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What are the Goals of AF-CBT?


The primary goals of AF-CBT treatment are to:

  • Improve caregiver-child relationships
  • Strengthen healthy parenting practices
  • Enhance children’s coping and social skills
  • Promote child safety/welfare and child well-being
  • Maintain family safety
  • Reduce anger, verbal aggression, threats of force, and emotional abuse
  • Reduce the use of physical force in the family
  • Reduce child physical abuse risk or recidivism

AF-CBT adopts a comprehensive treatment stratedgy that incorporates:

  • coping skills and emotion regulation
  • behavior management
  • problem solving
  • social skills training
  • positive thinking
  • communication
  • clarification

The advantage of this program is that all of these techniques, handouts, training examples, and outcome measures are integrated in a structured approach that can be easily accessed and used.

 

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OCTOBER 2021 REMOTE TRAINING

Fitzgerald, Baumann
10/14 8:30AM-1:30PM MST
10/15 8:30AM-2:30PM MST
10/18 8:30AM-1:30PM MST

 

NOVEMBER 2021 REMOTE TRAINING

Baumann, Kolko
Pre-Training Call:
Nov 2 12-2PM EST

Training:
Nov 8, 10, 16, 17, 2021
12PM-4PM EST

 

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AFP Trainings

 

Alternatives for Professionals is designed for professionals who do not provide direct counseling services to families.


OCTOBER 2021 AM REMOTE TRAINING

Baumann
Oct 21-22, 2021
9AM-12PM EST

 

OCTOBER 2021 PM REMOTE TRAINING

Baumann
Oct 21-22, 2021
1:30PM-4:30PM EST

 

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Presentations

 

Dr. Barbara Baumann to Present at NCA 2021 Leadership Conference: Empowering Caregivers to Help Children Manage Anger and Aggression

 

Dr. Baumann will provide an overview of AF-CBT at the Virginia Child Advocacy Center annual conference, September 13th at 10am.