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Calling All Researchers!

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: April 12, 2011

Hello Everyone, We have a message from Amy Herschell, who is soliciting in press articles for a PCIT research review that she is writing:  It has been almost 10 years since our PCIT Research Review was published in Cognitive & Behavioral Practice (Herschell, Calzada, Eyberg, & McNeil, 2002). Given that…

PCIT International is pleased to announce the location of the next two biennial conferences!

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: August 26, 2014

Health care professionals and educators looking for an opportunity to present their research, strengthen their clinical skills, and get their PCIT questions answered will be pleased to know the location of the next two PCIT International conferences.  In 2015, we'll be flying to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and in 2017, we're off to…

Continuing Education

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: January 12, 2011

Many opportunities for gaining CE credits will be available at the PCIT Convention in Pittsburgh! Stay tuned for online CE opportunities (coming soon)...   Continuing Education Committee: Amy Herschell, Ph.D. - HerschellAD@upmc.edu Reesa Donnelly, Ph.D. - donnellyr@gmail.com Melanie Nelson, Ph.D. -  nelsonm@ufl.edu Jenelle Shanley, Ph.D. - alhjrs@langate.gsu.edu

Position for Research Associate for the PA PCIT Implementation R01

Relevance: 50%      Posted on: December 3, 2012

The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is looking for a Research Associate for the PA PCIT Implementation R01!   Job Description:  This full-time position provides skilled assistance and support to a five-year study focused on the implementation of evidence-based treatments in community mental health. The position requires involvement in the…

Certification through PCIT International is now available!

Relevance: 35%      Posted on: May 7, 2015

PCIT International is pleased to announce we are now accepting Certification applications for Therapists and Level I Trainers (L1Ts) who have completed their PCIT Training. Why Become Certified? Certification has been developed in response to therapists, agencies, and third-party payers who have long asked how PCIT providers can document they…


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