PCIT Therapist Certification

Designed for community-based therapists to learn to implement PCIT as an evidenced-based treatment for young children with disruptive behavior, and/or families referred for parenting services.

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training includes

  • In-person or virtual, 4 days of PCIT overview with emphasis on CDI, first phase of PCIT followed by 3 days (8-10 weeks later) of emphasis on coaching and PDI, second phase 

  • 40 hours of LPC, LCSW, or LMFT CEUs

  • Didactic presentations on the theory and techniques of PCIT

  • Modeling and role plays of key parent and therapist skills

  • Hands on practice of skills with children

  • Small group format with direct feedback from trainers

  • Weekly phone consultation for 1 year

  • Review and feedback of up to 6 video-recorded sessions

  • Current PCIT Protocol (Eyberg & Funderburk, 2011) provided

  • DPICS coding materials and manual provided

  $4,500 per trainee, *inquire about group discounts

Limited availability, register below to secure your spot for our next training or to get on our waitlist.

Objectives

  • Meet PCIT International certification criteria

  • Deliver PCIT session content to fidelity while developing and maintaining rapport with the family

  • Develop effective PCIT coaching strategies

  • Appropriately administer PCIT related assessments

  • Demonstrate clinical competency in:

    • Child Directed Interaction (CDI) skills​

    • Parent Directed Interaction (PDI) skills

  • Meet DPICS-IV coding reliability criteria

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Want to schedule a training for your agency or have more questions? 

Contact Us

OUHSC Child Study Center

1100 NE 13TH ST 

OKC, OK 73117

Tel: 405-271-5700 x 31777

Email: Andrew-Mellon@ouhsc.edu