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General Criteria for AF-CBT Training Completion


Mental health professionals who complete the AF-CBT training may be eligible to begin the certification process in AF-CBT if they meet the criteria listed below:

  1. Complete pre-training and post-training surveys provided by the trainer. The pre-training questionnaire must be completed before the beginning of the first day of the basic training session.
  2. Participate in all scheduled launch or preparation/readiness activities
  3. Attend all scheduled training days of the basic training program
  4. Deliver treatment including content from all 3 phases of the AF-CBT model to at least 2 families.
  5. Participate in all consultation calls to receive feedback from consultants to supplement supervision and enhance ability to adapt materials. Trainees participating in less than 75% of consultation calls are not eligible for training completion.
  6. Present on 2 different cases during consultation period
  7. Submit 2 audio-recorded samples of treatment using AF-CBT to obtain initial clinical and implementation feedback during a consultation call.

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