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Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD (CPT-PTSD), also known as cognitive processing therapy for sexual abuse (CPT-SA) training, is for professionals who provide mental health services. It is an adaptation of cognitive processing therapy that has been used to effectively treat individuals suffering from various traumas.
CPT and CPT-PTSD can be used to reduce PTSD and related symptoms in veterans, rape survivors, child sexual abuse survivors and other types of traumas. CPT-PTSD includes sections specifically designed to focus on the areas of concern for sexual abuse survivors including safety, trust, power / control, self-esteem, communication, intimacy and social support.
This training consists of 12 hours of classroom work delivered over two days.
July 30-31, 2012
Attendees receive 12 Counselor or Social Worker CEUs through the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage & Family Therapist Board. Ohio psychologists receive 12 CE credits from the Ohio Psychological Association.
Additional training opportunities are offered through the Trauma Treatment Training Center (TTTC) at Cincinnati Children's.
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