Priority Registration Open for 2024 EBT Conference: Building Resilience and Sustaining Outcomes
Registration Opens for Program Graduates
Priority registration is now open for the 2024 NC CTP EBT Conference: Building Resilience and Sustaining Outcomes, to be held virtually on April 15th – 18th 2024. Graduates of NC CTP and CCFH Learning collaboratives in ABC, CPP, CPT, PCIT, PSB-CBT-S, PSB-CBT-A, RPC, SPARCS, and TF-CBT are invited to register using the link emailed to you today. If you are a program graduate and did not receive your email, please reach out to us using the Contact Us button below.
General Registration Coming Soon
New for this year – registration will also be open to NC Clinical Mental Health Providers who have not yet trained with NC CTP! General registration will open on February 1st 2024, via link to be posted on the conference page.
Keynote Address to Explore Meeting the Growing Behavioral Health Needs of Children Through Collaboration with the North Carolina Psychiatry Access Line
Courtney Lockhart McMickens, M.D., M.P.H., M.H.S., is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences within the Division of Child/Family Mental Health & Community Psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center. Her work focuses on community-based systems of care that promote resilience in under-resourced and traumatized communities and decreasing mental health stigma. She currently has a role as lead physician for NC Pediatric Access Line Child Welfare team which provides consultation to county child welfare professional throughout the state and on staff as a Clinical Education Training Specialist at the UCLA-Duke National Center for Child Traumatic Stress. Dr. McMickens earned her medical degree from Harvard Medical School where she also received an MPH from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She completed residency in general psychiatry at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and a child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School. She went on to complete the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program at Yale School of Medicine, earning a Master of Health Sciences (MHS) degree.
Alexis French, PhD, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University Medical Center. She received her PhD in clinical psychology from American University and completed her clinical internship and postdoctoral training at Duke University Medical Center. She is a graduate of the NC Child Treatment Program Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Learning Collaborative and is currently a rostered PCIT provider. As the lead psychologist for the North Carolina Psychiatry Access Line (NC-PAL) Child Welfare Collaborative, she provides clinical consultation and education to child welfare staff and state partners. Dr. French’s work focuses on program evaluation, prevention and early intervention, and improving access to mental health care.