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Administrator Resources


This page contains many of the documents and resources administrators will need in order to prepare for AF-CBT training and implement AF-CBT.

Before the Administrator Launch Call

Administrators should review these documents before participating in the initial Administrator Launch Call.

AF-CBT Training Model Overview

This document is a brief outline of the structure of the AF-CBT Training Model.

Learning Community Change Framework

This document outlines the challenges of implementing and sustaining AF-CBT in community practice settings.

Brief Description of AF-CBT

This document describes AF-CBT, appropriate clients with whom to use the model, and the endorsements AF-CBT has received from experts and federal agencies.

During the Administrator Launch Call

Administrators should have these documents on hand to reference during the initial Administrator Launch call.

Administrator Launch Call Slides

This PowerPoint presentation includes information on AF-CBT's parameters, various common challenges in implementing evidence-based treatments, and other pertinent information to be discussed on the Administrator Launch Call.

Screen for AF-CBT Family Eligibility - Update 4/12/17

This document can be used to determine if a family meets the criteria for eligibility to be treated with AF-CBT.

Brief Summary of Scoring and Interpretation of Assessment and Outcome Measures for Use in AF-CBT

This document summarizes the scoring and interpretation of the assessment and outcome measures used with AF-CBT families.

Fillable AF-CBT Trifold Brochure

This brochure is designed to inform prospective clients about AF-CBT and its benefits. It can be filled using most PDF viewers to include information about your agency.

Fillable AF-CBT Flyer for Families

This flyer is designed to make AF-CBT more visible to your various clients. It can be filled using most PDF viewers to include information about your agency.

Overview of Pre-Training Tasks for Participants

This document outlines the various tasks that trainees and supervisors are required to complete prior to training in order to be an active participant during the Basic Training session.

After the Administrator Launch Call

These documents are intended to be reviewed and used after the Administrator Launch Call.

Training Flyer

If you hope to advertise your agency's training, please contact your trainer for a training flyer.

Training Information Sheet

Use this document to record information about your trainees. The document can be sent to your trainer, who will use it to verify your trainees' completion of pre-training requirements.

Introduction Letter for Participants

Your trainer will send you a message for your participants outlining the next steps needed to pursue training.

Other Pertinent Resources

AF-CBT Online Orientation Training

This 4-part course provides an orientation to AF-CBT that is intended to provide an introduction to the model for clinicians who wish to learn more about it. It also serves as a pre-requisite for more intensive in-person training in AF-CBT. For those who are interested in continuing education and/or advancing to further training in AF-CBT, each of the 4 parts of the course can be taken for continuing education credit.

Agency Metrics

This document helps staff to track the status of AF-CBT implementation at an agency by recording the number of AF-CBT recommendations, measures collected, current treatment status, and progress levels of clients.

About the Security of Submitted Audio

This applies only to trainings provided by Drs. Baumann and Kolko. We recommend that all trainees discuss the security of their audio upload systems with their trainers and IT staff.

Our upload website is designed by the University of Pittsburgh’s Office of Academic Computing (OAC) to encrypt all traffic. Trainees are able to connect to the website and enter account (email address) and password information. After log in, there is a control that they can select to find an audio file to upload to our server which will allow them to simply click and upload.

OAC secure servers are encrypted and under a security agreement with UPMC so that confidential, HIPAA protected documents and audio files can be uploaded securely. This UPMC server is accessible via UPMC staff permissions. OAC documents all file names that are uploaded and sends alerts to AF-CBT staff via email when a file has been uploaded. All email alerts include the account (email address) doing the transfer as well as the name of the file that was transferred. OAC also sends the trainee an email to the account (email address) to confirm that the file was successfully transferred.

The secure website is a “one way transfer” site only, with no reverse downloading capability.

Calendar of Events

DEC 6-8, 2017

DHS AF-CBT Training, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

 

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