Provider Training & Resources

Local, state and national training opportunities for mental health providers.

UAMS: TF-CBT Study for Adolescent Females with PTSD

Accepting new referrals! Since November 2012, we have had twenty-seven female adolescents referred to our treatment study.  If you have referred one of your clients to this study, Thank You!  We are seeing large reductions in PTSD and depression symptoms throughout the treatment, and we are beginning to see that girls who respond best to…

National Hispanic and Latino Conference – Save the Date!

Did you know the National Hispanic and Latino ATTC is organizing a national conference? Integrating Research, Education, and Services to Reduce Behavioral Health Disparities in Hispanic and Latino Populations SAVE THE DATE! October 8-9, 2014 The proposed conference is based on the fundamental assumption that Hispanic and Latino populations have behavioral health disparities. This conference will…

Intimate partner violence in Hispanic and Latino population

 Intimate partner violence (IPV) poses a significant risk to the physical health; it is associated with increased mortality, injury and disability, worse general health status, chronic pain, substance abuse, and reproductive disorders. You might access the following link for a downloadable copy of this fact sheet. The fact sheet is available in English and Spanish:…

Training in TF-CBT: Provided by the UAMS ARBEST Program

Training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) June 5th & 6th, 2014, Arkansas Building Effective Services for Trauma (AR BEST), in collaboration with Ozark Guidance, will host the 5thannual Introductory TF-CBT training.  The training will take place in Springdale, AR, in the chapel of the Jones Center.  Online registration will open in February 2014. To Register…

Webinar: “Trauma Treatments for Very Young Children: PCIT and Child-Parent Psychotherapy”

“Trauma Treatments for Very Young Children: Patent-Child Interaction Therapy and Child-Parent Psychotherapy”   Please join us on November, 15th from 12:00-1:00 p.m. for the latest AR BEST Webinar Presenters: Karin Vanderzee, PhD & Joy Pemberton, PhD There are often two common misconceptions related to trauma and very young children—first, that very young children will not be affected…