Training and Implementation
Cue-Centered Therapy, or CCT, is an evidence-based intervention for youth with chronic traumatic experiences. It is appropriate for youth with a history of adverse childhood experiences or who are living in conditions that carry a risk of recurrence of trauma. Further, CCT is appropriate for youth with varied traumas, developmental levels, and backgrounds. Rather than focus on traumatic events in isolation, the CCT framework emphasizes the impact of accumulating stress throughout a lifespan, otherwise known as allostatic load. Learn more about CCT
Read the story of one adolescent's experience with CCT:
Beyond Behavior: A new type of therapy takes its cues from trauma
Cue-Centered Therapy Training Program for Clinicians
We offer a sequenced training program for mental health professionals who want to incorporate CCT in their practice. CCT trainees who complete the 3-course series may become a Rostered CCT Clinician. There are additional steps required to become a Rostered CCT Trainer. We offer trainings in English and Spanish to individuals within the United States and internationally, both in person and online.
Cue-Centered Therapy Training Programs for Organizations
We tailor training programs to your organization’s needs with an emphasis on building local organizational capacity and sustainability through supporting staff to become Rostered CCT Clinicians and Trainers. Courses are offered in person and online in either English or Spanish.
Contact the training team about bringing CCT to your organization: CCT-Training@stanford.edu