Based on the latest research regarding early traumatization this intermediate-level course offers the necessary framework for identifying childhood maltreatment assessing a variety of impairments and diagnosing disorders. Guidance for the behavioral health professional following a disclosure is provided. The course presents Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy an effective evidence-based intervention for the sequellae of childhood maltreatment.
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