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Where can I Find a Certified AF-CBT Clinician?


In order to obtain certification in Alternatives for Families: a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AF-CBT), clinicians must fulfill a number of requirements. These certified clinicians are experienced and well-versed in the finer points of applying AF-CBT. A list of these clinicians can be found below.

Colorado

  • Amity King, Devereux Colorado
  • Ambrosia Shepard, Savio
  • Claudia Valadez, Spanish Clinic
  • Monica Fitzgerald, Synergy Outpatient Services
  • Stephanie Jester, University of Colorado Denver

Florida

  • Japheth Auguste, Smith Community Mental Health Services
  • Patrice Rotolo, Smith Community Mental Health Services

Massachusetts

  • Jaime Santiago, MSPCC/Eliot Community Human Services
  • Joanne Gilman, MSPCC/Eliot Community Human Services

Maryland

  • Dan Kleiner, Kennedy Krieger Institute

Nebraska

  • Matt Fosket, Child and Family Therapy Institute of Nebraska, North Platte, NE

New Mexico

  • John Jewett, Sandia Pueblo Health Center

New York

  • Elissa Brown, St. John's University
  • Eliza Chamblin, New York Foundling
  • Komal Sharma-Patel, St. John's University

Pennsylvania

  • Barbara Baumann, University of Pittsburgh
  • David Kolko, University of Pittsburgh

South Carolina

  • Carole Campbell Swiecicki, Dee Norton Lowcountry Children's Center

Washington

  • Naomi Perry, University of Washington

 

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