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Dr. Nelson and the UF PCIT Training Team provides training for a wide range of clinicians: from those that are brand new to the PCIT model to those with considerable experience who want to train others in PCIT. In addition, they are able to design unique training experiences to meet specific needs, such as a research team interested in using DPICS-IV in research (but is not using PCIT) or an agency whose PCIT staff was trained some time ago wanting a "refresher" or "recalibration" workshop. For information on current trainings scheduled, please visit http://psychiatry.ufl.edu/basic-training-in-parent-child-interaction-therapy-pcit/

BASIC TRAINING: Intensive training in the basics of PCIT application. Most appropriate for clinicians with little to no prior training in PCIT. Offered in a traditional workshop format (total 7 days of training).

: Weekly phone- or web-conference to discuss application of PCIT to families being seen by PCIT therapists who have completed the initial training in PCIT. Required of new PCIT therapists to be eligible for certification through PCIT International.

: Review of individual video-recorded PCIT sessions with written feedback for therapist. Key session review is required of new therapists to be eligible for certification through PCIT International.

Don't see what you are looking for? Contact Dr. Nelson at nelsonm@ufl.edu to discuss other training options.

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