The following resources are a compilation of items shared by fellow trainers and trainees.  

Not all of the resources have been vetted by Dr. Meyer, nor are they all endorsed by the developers of TF-CBT.  

Contents

Map

Workbooks

COVID-19

Telehealth

Bibliotherapy resources

Sex education

Children with sexual behavior problems

Trauma and the brain

Terror attacks / school shootings

Perfectionism

Map: 

Disseminating TF-CBT

Blue demarcates where a TF-CBT training has occurred 

Workbooks

covid-19

telehealth

Biblio-therapy

Organized by topic

“You weren’t with me” by Chandra Ghosh Ippen.    Topic: Traumatic separation

“Annoying Nonsense Thoughts” by Sarah Parker.  Topic: Cognitive restructuring

Sex Education Resources

Books:

  1. Let’s Talk About S-E-X; Sam Gitchel
  2. Everything You Never Wanted Your Kids to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid They’d Ask): The Secrets to Surviving Your Child’s Sexual Development from Birth to the Teens ; Justin Richardson
  3. The Right Touch: A Read-Aloud Story to Help Prevent Child Sexual Abuse; Sandy Kleven
  4. How To Talk With Your Kids About Sex; Chirban

 

Articles:

http://themamabeareffect.org/1/post/2015/01/my-child-was-sexually-abused-what-i-wish-i-knew-before.html

 

http://www.webmd.com/sex-relationships/guide/talking-to-your-kids-about-sex

 

http://health.usnews.com/health-news/articles/2012/08/03/teaching-your-kids-about-sex-dos-and-donts

 

http://www.healthychildren.org/English/ages-stages/gradeschool/puberty/Pages/Talking-to-Your-Child-About-Sex.aspx

 

http://www.nsopw.gov/en-US/Education/TalkingChild?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1

 

http://www.plannedparenthood.org/parents/resources-for-parents

Children with Sexual Behavior problems

National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)

National Center on the Sexual Behavior of Youth (NCSBY)

 

Resources from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

     – Talking to kids about healthy sexuality

     – Working with men who have pornography addictions

** Disclaimer: these resources have been useful for some families who were struggling with these issues within a religious context.  These resources are not necessarily based on research.

 

Problematic Sexual Behavior CBT (PSB-CBT)

Silovsky, J.F., Swisher, L.M., Widdifield, J. & Turner, V.L. (2013). Children with sexual behavior problems. In D.S. Bromberg & W.T. O’Donohue (Eds.), Handbook of child and adolescent sexuality: Development and forensic psychology (pp. 497-518). Oxford: Academic Press.

Silovsky, J.F., Swisher, L., Widdifield, Jr., J., & Burris, L. (2011). Clinical considerations when children have problematic sexual behavior. In P. Goodyear- Brown (Ed.). The handbook of child sexual abuse: Prevention, assessment and treatment (pp. 401-429). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Silovsky, J.F., Burris, L., Swisher, L., & Widdifield, Jr., J. (2010). Treatment for school- age children with problematic sexual behavior and their families: Background and program development manual. Oklahoma City, OK: Author.
 
Carpentier, M., Silovsky, J.F., & Chaffin, M. (2006). A randomized trial of treatment for children with sexual behavior problems: Ten year follow-up. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 74, 482-488.

Trauma and the Brain

Terror Attacks / School Shootings

National Child Traumatic Stress Network has developed resources to help families and communities. Check in with our own communities and those we work with who may be feeling vulnerable due to this incident, especially Muslim and refugee families. These resources include:

 

 

Resources on Refugee Trauma

 

Psychological First Aid

The NCTSN also has resources for responders on Psychological First Aid (PFA). PFA is an early intervention to support children, adolescents, adults, and families impacted by these types of events. PFA Mobile is an app that can be accessed for free on Apple and Android mobile devices. The NCTSN Learning Center offers a PFA online training course.

 

To access these resources and others, go to

Traumatic Griefhttps://www.nctsn.org/what-is-child-trauma/trauma-types/traumatic-grief

Refugee Traumahttps://www.nctsn.org/what-is-child-trauma/trauma-types/refugee-trauma

Terrorism and Violencehttps://www.nctsn.org/what-is-child-trauma/trauma-types/terrorism-and-violence

 

Available from the Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress at the Uniformed Services University:

 

Disaster Helpline

For individuals in the United States who are needing additional support, SAMHSA has a Disaster Distress Helpline. To access, call 1-800-985-5990 or text TALKWITHUS to 66746.