230 North Limestone, Suite 100 Lexington, Kentucky 40507
(859) 303-8041 office@heatherriskandassociates.com

Recorded Webinars Available: Advanced TF-CBT Trainings: TF-CBT with Children with PSB and TF-CBT with Children in Foster Care

Please complete this registration form if you would like to attend any of the Advanced TF-CBT Trainings below:

4/24/20: Advanced TF-CBT Trainings: TF-CBT with Children with Problem Sexual Behaviors- 3 CEUs
5/22/20: Advanced TF-CBT Trainings: TF-CBT with Children in Foster Care- 3 CEUs

Each training will be held from 10:00am -1:00pm eastern time.

Participants must have completed at least a two-day TF-CBT Training by an Approved TF-CBT Trainer and either have complete the TF-CBT Calls or participating in the TF-CBT calls currently.

Payment information is included below.

For questions, please email Carolyn, the Administrative Assistant, at

These trainings have been approved by the Kentucky Psychology and Social Work Boards.

Attendance to the live webinar is strongly encouraged, but the training will be recorded and can be viewed later. All participants must pass a post-test to receive credit.

Each training costs $70. Enter discount code GROUP10 for groups of 3 or more for a 10% discount at checkout.

No refunds for cancelations within 30 days of the training.

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Payment options

After submitting this registration form, you have two options for payment. You can pay online at www.heatherriskandassociates.com and click "Registration". Or you can mail a check to Heather Risk & Associates, 230 North Limestone, Suite 100, Lexington Kentucky 40509. Please make sure your name is included in either the online payment info or on the check memo section. Payment must be received by the due date.

TF-CBT Training Information

These trainings are open to therapists who have completed the two-day TF-CBT Training with an Approved National TF-CBT Trainer. TF-CBT Calls can be complete or in progress.

Questions and role play prompts

What are some questions you would like to be answered in the trainings? Do you have ideas for role plays for the trainers to act out? Please let us know your ideas here: