PSB-CBT Training Resources

Prior to application for funding to implement PSB-CBT training for your agency, community, or state, please check on availability of our team at OU-YPSB@ouhsc.edu.  Due to multiple requests for training and length of time required to meet fidelity in the model, the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center PSB-CBT T/TA Program is under no obligation to provide training to any agency or program that has not previously checked as to the availability of our team.

PSB-CBT Agency Readiness Guide - Tool designed to help agencies "self-assess" readiness for implementing a PSB-CBT treatment program in their community and consider what is needed to reach goals for successful implementation.  This guide is for agency internal use only and should not be returned to us.  Some details may change, but the overall content will not. 

PSB-CBT Learning Collaborative Information Guide - Includes useful information about training in assessment and PSB-CBT treatment, including intervention details, training requirements, learning collaborative key elements, participation requirements, and cost of training.

Agency Application - (Example Form ONLY - Application will be submitted electronically.)  If you are interested in pursuing a formal training project, then please complete the training request form.  We use this form to systematically gather information about potential sites so we can make informed decisions about next steps.  This form should be completed by the person leading the effort to implement the PSB-CBT treatment program in the agency of community.  Please note - submission of the form does not guarantee that training will be provided.

Provider Application -  (Example Form ONLY - Application will be submitted electronically.)  Should be completed by each provider from the site applying for formal training, and submitted along with the Agency Application.

PSB-CBT Program Fidelity Requirements for Providers - Providers seeking to be identified as implementing the PSB-CBT models with fidelity must meet the requirements for the specific age group (pre-school, school-age, adolescent) in which trained.  Fidelity can be pursued by implementing the model in the group or family therapy modality.

PSB Resource Handout - List of resources on children with problematic sexual behavior and adolescents with illegal sexual behavior.

Sexual Minority Youth Professional Resources - Youth who identify as LGBTQ+ are a higher risk of being identified as having a problematic sexual behavior due to caregivers, professionals, and others' perceptions that developmentally appropriate and legal sexual behavior involving non-heterosexual, non-cisgender, and/or gender diverse youth is aberrant and, this, problematic.  This handout lists common resources to promote best practices with LGBTQ+ youth.

NCSBY logo National Center on the Sexual Behavior of Youth - The mission of NCSBY is to promote better lives, through better choices by youth, caregivers, and professionals for healthier responses to and prevention of problematic sexual behavior of youth.  NCSBY provides national training and technical assistance to improve the accuracy, accessibility, and strategic use of accurate information about the nature, incidence, prevalence, prevention, treatment, and management of youth with problematic sexual behavior.

COVID-19 Resources

Resources for providers

What the COVID-19 telehealth waiver means for psychology practitioners Emergency legislation and guidelines are temporarily expanding psychologists’ ability to provide telehealth services to Medicare patients so they can receive treatment at home during the public health emergency.

How to Prepare Your Office for Telehealth - Use this helpful checklist to make sure you have the right hardware and software and satisfied the legal and clinical requirements to successfully offer virtual services to your patients.

Informed consent checklist for telepsychological services - Review this form with your patients before starting telehealth sessions.

FAQs: Psychology training and COVID-19 - Do you supervise psychology trainees, or are you currently a trainee yourself? Read APA’s guidance on how telepractice can help facilitate training during the coronavirus outbreak.

Want more info on telepsychology? - Visit APA.org to learn more about advancing your practice with telehealth, mobile apps and other remote technologies.

American Psychological Association Pandemics Resources Page

Health and Human Services –Statement on HIPAA enforcement discretion in the provision of telehealth services during the COVID-19 pandemic

Guide for Transitioning to Telehealth Delivery of Mental Health: Addressing Barriers during the COVID-19 Outbreak

Telehealth: What you Need to Know to Get Started Webinar PPT

Resources for families

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Coronavirus Disease 2019 Resource Page

Center for Disease Control: Talking with Children about Coronavirus Disease 2019

National Association of School Psychologists: Talking to Children about COVID-19

NCTSN Pandemic Resources

Free Educational Sites

COVID-19 Relief Packs By Grade Level

Free Fun at Home Activities

Sample Daily Schedule for Kids

Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope With the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) - English

Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope With the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) - Spanish

My School is Closed Today - guide for children

Other useful parent resources/links

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