TF-CBT is a highly researched cognitive behavioral treatment for children between the ages of 3 and 18 who have a trauma history and are experiencing symptoms related to trauma.
AF-CBT is a trauma treatment designed for children between the ages of 5 and 18 who have experienced physical abuse. The treatment model works with both the child and the offending caretaker.
CFTSI is designed for children who are in the acute phase (within 30 days) after a traumatic event. This treatment is designed to help prevent trauma symptoms from becoming ingrained.
PCIT is another highly researched treatment. It uses principles related to attachment and behavioral training to help children between the ages of 2.5 and 7 improve their behaviors as well as their relationship with their caregiver. The model is also effective with children who have experienced trauma.
This model is designed for children who may need to testify in a legal setting. It teaches children coping skills to help manage their anxiety around the court process.
A CBT approach is taken to help children reduce their anxiety and improve their life skills.
PE is a heavily researched treatment designed to reduce trauma symptoms in adults.
CPT is another research-based treatment option for reducing symptoms of trauma.
A CBT approach is taken to help adults reduce their anxiety and improve their life skills.