Training

For Medical Professionals

We provide the following educational programs for Medical Professionals:

  • Core Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Training: This 5-day training provides didactic and practicum experience for nurses to become sexual assault nurse examiners (SANE). The training meets the requirements of the International Association of Forensic Nurses.
  • Regional CORE Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Training: This 2 or 3 day Core SANE training can be brought to your community to train nurses who will perform sexual assault exams.
  • Advanced SANE training: 1 day training for new and experienced SANE examiners.
  • Refresher SANE Training: 1 day training for nurses who completed either a 5-day or a 3-day training to continue to enhance and build SANE skills. Available in communities across the State upon request.
  • Northwest Maltreatment Peer Review: Advanced training for medical professionals who provide consultation on physical and sexual abuse.
  • Clinical mentorship and Case Review
  • Individualized training for programs with specific training requests.

For more information contact : Terri Stewart – irret@uw.edu or visit our training page.

For Mental Health Professionals

Evidence Based Clinical Training For Children

CBT+ is a Learning Collaborative (3-hour asynchronous training followed up by four live online learning sessions and 6 months of phone consultation) in 4 CBTs. Includes CBT for anxiety, depression, trauma impact and disruptive behavior.

Evidence Based Clinical Training For Adults

Treatments for adults effected by trauma. A cognitive behavioral treatment approach to help post-traumatic stress, anxiety, and depression in adults affected by traumatic experiences.

  • Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
  • Common Elements Treatment Approach (CETA).

For more information contact: Yocelin Cano – ycano2@uw.edu or call 206-744-1679.

For Community Social Services and Mental Health Providers

HATC Education Forum

These FREE monthly 90-minute trainings are designed for social service & mental health providers, and those interested in the topic. Topics are related to abuse, violence, trauma, treatment, recovery, cultural competency and prevention. For OCVA-funded programs, these trainings satisfy the requirements for sexual assault and/or crime victims training.

For more information contact: Rebecca Milliman – rebamill@uw.edu or call 206-744-1682.