Basic Training in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)

PCIT

Basic training in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is designed for clinicians new to the PCIT model. Participants are able and encouraged to start seeing PCIT cases after online training activities including didactics, modeling, role playing, and active skills practice. In order to be trained in PCIT, participants must have at least a master’s degree in a mental health/counseling field and be licensed to provide psychotherapy in their state, or receive clinical supervision from a licensed provider.

Any questions may be directed to Monica Brook at monicaross@ufl.edu.


BASIC TRAINING IN PCIT

Training consists of:

Number of trainees: 4-8

Location: Online

Dates:

  • Beginning the week of July 20, 2020

Training cost: $4000 per trainee

Training costs include:

  • 50+ hours of workshop training (30 hours of live, online workshop, plus 20+ hours of asynchronous online training activities)
  • Weekly consultation for one year (required for certification)
  • Session review
  • PCIT 2011 Treatment Protocol
  • DPICS-IV Clinical Manual
  • DPICS-IV Clinical Workbook
  • Additional clinical materials

Participant/Contracting Agency Responsibilities:

  • Appropriate PCIT treatment space
  • Time for clinicians to learn and implement PCIT
  • Referrals for PCIT treatment (roughly 4-6  cases in 1st year, minimum)
  • Technology to complete training, including internet, webcams, email, and video recording equipment.`

We would be happy to set up a time to discuss PCIT and our training program with you if you have questions.

To register, please complete this application: 2020 PCIT Online Training Application Form