Cue-Centered Therapy

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Course 1: Foundations of Cue-Centered Therapy

Learn the theoretical rationale, goals, therapeutic techniques, and resources for each session of the intervention in an engaging, self-paced, online format. Learn to recognize the clinical presentations of complex trauma and associate cues to symptoms, emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and physical feelings. Importantly, you will be able to engage your clients while building empowerment.

The Foundations of Cue-Centered Therapy course provides continuing education credits and takes approximately 6 hours to complete. The online course is available in English and Spanish.

Course 2: Advanced Theory and Practice of Cue-Centered Therapy

Building on the foundation established in Course 1, you will be practicing CCT in small groups after delving more deeply into the theories underpinning the protocol. Bring a case from your own practice for role-playing and discussion in small groups. At the end of the course, you will understand how to incorporate CCT into your practice and address challenges that may arise in treating youth with complex trauma.

Prerequisites for the Theory and Practice of Cue-Centered Therapy:

  • Completion of Course 1: Foundations of Cue-Centered Therapy
  • Review of the Cue-Centered Therapy Manual
     

The 8-hour Advanced Theory and Practice of Cue-Centered Therapy course provides continuing education credits. 

If you are interested in taking the Applications of Cue-Centered Therapy: Case Consultations course following an Advanced Theory and Practice course, we recommend identifying clients early so that you are ready to begin their treatment when the case consultations course begins.  

Course 3: Applications of Cue-Centered Therapy: Case Consultations

To successfully complete the Applications course, you will need to apply CCT with a minimum of two clients. We recommend identifying four clients for treatment in case one of your clients discontinues treatment during the course.

Prerequisites for the Applications of Cue-Centered Therapy Case Consultations course:

  • Completion of Course 1: Foundations of Cue-Centered Therapy and Course 2: Advanced Theory and Practice of Cue-Centered Therapy 
  • Review of the Cue-Centered Therapy Manual
  • Proof of licensure in a mental health or related field and a Case Consultation Agreement form will be collected after enrollment in this course 

If you have questions, contact the CCT team at CCT-Training@stanford.edu.

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