Recently developed: novel CBT training curriculum tailored for inpatient nurses and unit staff working with young children of diverse backgrounds. The curriculum was anchored in three components. The training curriculum was implemented through small group training sessions. We successfully implemented the CBT curriculum within the constraints of a clinically active inpatient setting. We are committed to promoting development of a workforce trained to deliver evidenced based care for children. Therefore, our materials are freely available online and ready to be disseminated and studied across child behavioral health settings.
- Describe the core components of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for anger management.
- Identify (2) effective instructional strategies for teaching Cognitive Behavior Therapy skills to nurses and mental health teams serving diverse child psychiatric populations.
- Describe the benefits of qualitative research methods as a component of program development.