Learning Collaboratives

The Missouri Children's Trauma Network has joined forces with the Missouri Kid's First and Missouri Coalition for Community Behavioral Healthcare to bring you various different training's and learning collaboratives. Below is a preview of what some of those learning collaboratives are or have been. For a more detailed description and registration, please hover over the learning collaboratives tab and click the collaborative you are most interested in. 

 

Training Summit 

This is an annual one-day training summit focusing on Children and Trauma. It is a low cost training that is open to anyone in the state of Missouri. We host it in Columbia, Missouri. 

Motivational Interviewing 

 

This project will target 6 regions in the state of Missouri.  It will be offered to Missouri Coalition for Community Behavioral Healthcare and Kid’s First members in these regions who have an interest in expanding and maintaining Motivational Interviewing within their practice and agency. 

Motivational Interviewing 

 

This project will target 6 regions in the state of Missouri.  It will be offered to Missouri Coalition for Community Behavioral Healthcare and Kid’s First members in these regions who have an interest in expanding and maintaining Motivational Interviewing within their practice and agency. 

PSB-CBT Learning Collaborative

The PSB-CBT model is a family-oriented, cognitive-behavioral treatment group model designed to eliminate problematic sexual behaviors and improve prosocial behavior and adjustment in children, while reducing stress and enhancing skills in parents and other caregivers. The PSB-CBT treatment model is nationally recognized and empirically-supported intervention. This training opportunity will focus on the school-age group. The School-Aged Model (ages 7-12 years) is conducted in 18 weekly, 90-minute sessions with concurrent caregiver group and monthly combined sessions.

Childrens Mental Health Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Health Therapy (TFCBT)

 

TF-CBT is a conjoint child and parent psychotherapy approach for children and adolescents who are experiencing significant emotional and behavioral difficulties related to traumatic life events.

 

It is a components-based treatment model that incorporates trauma-sensitive interventions with cognitive behavioral, family, and humanistic principles and techniques.

 

Children and parents learn new skills to help process thoughts and feelings related to traumatic life events; manage and resolve distressing thoughts, feelings, and behaviors related traumatic life events; and enhance safety, growth, parenting skills, and family communication.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) 

 

EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) is a psychotherapy technique originally by Francine Shapiro. It identifies root causes of psychopathology in the form of disturbing memories.

 

EMDR can alleviate symptoms from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) or other traumatic experiences that remain unresolved.