Roster Requirements

The NC Child Treatment Program Provider Roster is a list of NC CTP and CCFH trained providers serving children and youth who are residents of North Carolina.

Graduates are asked to affirm that they have met the following post-training expectations to remain on the roster after they graduate from an ABC, CPP, CPT, PCIT, PSB-CBT-S, PSB-CBT-A, RPC, SPARCS, or TF-CBT learning collaborative.

Established Standards for All Models 

Every 12 months, rostered graduates will complete the Provider Roster Annual Update form to provide the following information:

  • Contact Information
    • Confirm or update the following information as it appears on the Provider Roster: Name, licensure, treatment language(s), practice name, practice address, phone number, services provided, and insurances and/or payment methods accepted.
    • Provide both a professional (work-affiliated) and a personal (non-work-affiliated) email address for use in NC CTP correspondence. NC CTP does not publish email addresses on the Provider Roster.
  • Affirmations – Clinical providers must affirm to meeting the below standards in order to remain on the Provider Roster:
    • Maintenance of clinical licensure in good ethical standing.
    • Actively taking new clients and/or available to accept referrals for services in their listed EBT(s).
    • While providing treatment in their listed EBT(s), providers must:
      • Monitor case-level fidelity through the use of a structured fidelity tool;
      • Pre- and post-treatment, administer at least one clinical assessment measure which addresses trauma history and trauma symptoms; and
      • Participate in ongoing clinical supervision, peer fidelity monitoring, or expert consultation at least once per month.

How to Meet NC CTP Roster Requirements:

  • Contact NC CTP if:
    • Any of your roster information changes and requires an update;
    • You are not currently providing services for one or more of your listed EBTs; or
    • There will be a period of three (3) or more months during which you will not be available to take new clients or accept referrals in your listed EBT(s).
  • Complete the Provider Roster Annual Update form each year. NC CTP asks all graduates to complete the annual update form, even if they do not wish to appear on the Provider Roster, in order to ensure we have your current contact information. (If you do not wish to appear on the Provider Roster, you may opt out by answering the appropriate questions on the form.)

Model-Specific Roster Requirements

NC CTP Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) Roster Standards

(Effective November 1, 2019; updated October 1, 2023)

Graduates will affirm to meeting the following requirements every 12 months:

  • Actively taking new CPP clients and/or available to accept referrals for CPP services.
  • While providing CPP treatment:
    • Monitoring case-level fidelity through the use of CPP Fidelity Measures, both procedural and conceptual.
    • Administration of clinical assessment measures in accordance with CPP procedural fidelity.
    • Participation in CPP reflective supervision at least once per month. Reflective supervision may be conducted in an individual or group format.

NC CTP Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) Roster Standards

(Effective April 1, 2023; updated October 1, 2023)

Graduates will affirm to meeting the following requirements every 12 months:

  • Actively taking new CPT clients and/or available to accept referrals for CPT services.
  • While providing CPT treatment:
    • Monitoring case-level fidelity through the use of a structured fidelity tool (e.g. CPT Therapist Session Summaries).
    • Continuous monitoring of symptoms during treatment using at least one clinical assessment measure that addresses trauma history and trauma symptoms (e.g., PCL-5).
    • Participation in ongoing CPT clinical supervision, CPT peer consultation, CPT peer- or self-fidelity monitoring, or expert CPT consultation at least once per month.

CPT clinicians are additionally invited to explore the below options for earning clinical credits relevant to this EBT. These credit-earning opportunities are optional and are not required in order to appear on the Provider Roster:

  • Completion of Medical University of South Carolina’s CPTWeb 2.0. This self-paced virtual course is available through MUSC’s website at https://cpt2.musc.edu/. CPTWeb 2.0has a registration fee and takes forty (40) hours to complete.
  • Strong Star Training Initiative’s training workshops and webinar series, available at https://strongstartraining.org/training/. Training workshops have a registration fee; webinars are free of charge.

NC CTP Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Roster Standards (Effective July 1, 2018; updated October 1, 2023)

Graduates will affirm to meeting the following requirements every 12 months:

  • Actively taking new PCIT clients and/or available to accept referrals for PCIT services.
  • While providing PCIT treatment:
    • Monitoring case-level fidelity through the use of a structured fidelity tool (e.g., PCIT International Integrity Checklists, NC CTP Performance and Outcomes Platform PCIT Tool).
    • Assessment:
      • Pre- and post-treatment administration of the DPICS assessment.
      • Pre- and post-treatment administration of at least one clinical assessment measure which addresses trauma history and trauma symptoms.
      • Weekly administration of the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI).
    • Participation in ongoing PCIT clinical supervision, PCIT peer fidelity monitoring, or expert PCIT consultation at least once per month.
      • Note: For nationally certified clinicians, participating in the monthly Master Trainer calls available through PCIT International would meet this requirement.

Additionally, PCIT graduates will affirm to meeting the following Continuing Education requirements every 24 months:

  • Completion of at least six (6) hours of continuing education that meet the requirements of your licensure board, address PCIT-specific advanced or specialized clinical topics, and include the below criteria relative to your level of training.
  • For all PCIT Providers (including Level I Trainers):
    • At least three (3) hours must specifically meet PCIT International National Certification requirements, which includes the PCIT International CE Video Series: edu/pcit)
    • Coding reliability check via online coding video and survey submission (1-hour CE credit)
  • For Level I Trainers: Code-the-Coach coding reliability check via online coding video and survey submission (1-hour CE credit)

NC CTP Problematic Sexual Behavior Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, School-Age (PSB-CBT-S) and Adolescent (PSB-CBT-A) Roster Standards

(Effective July 1, 2022; updated October 1, 2023)

Graduates will affirm to meeting the following requirements every 12 months:

  • Actively taking new PSB-CBT clients and/or available to accept referrals for PSB-CBT services.
  • While providing PSB-CBT treatment:
    • Monitoring case-level fidelity through the use of PSB-CBT Fidelity Measures, including Fidelity Criteria and Behavior and Content Management.
    • Administration of clinical assessment measures in accordance with NC CTP’s PSB-CBT clinical assessment protocol. This includes pre- and post-administration of at least one clinical assessment measure that addresses each of the following domains:
      • Problematic sexual behavior
      • Trauma history and symptoms
      • Family functioning/caregiver practices
    • Participation in ongoing PSB-CBT clinical supervision, PSB-CBT peer fidelity monitoring, or expert PSB-CBT consultation at least once per month.

NC CTP Structured Psychotherapy for Adolescents Responding to Chronic Stress (SPARCS) Roster Standards

(Effective November 1, 2019; updated October 1, 2023)

Graduates will affirm to meeting the following requirements every 12 months:

  • Actively taking new SPARCS clients and/or available to accept referrals for SPARCS services.
  • While providing SPARCS treatment:
    • Monitoring of group-level or individual-level fidelity using the appropriate SPARCS Fidelity Checklist (SPARCS, SPARCS-ST, or SPARCS-I).
    • Pre- and post-treatment administration of at least one clinical assessment measure per client addressing trauma history and trauma symptoms.
    • Participation in ongoing SPARCS clinical supervision, SPARCS peer fidelity monitoring, or expert SPARCS consultation at least once per month.

NC CTP Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) Roster Standards

(Effective July 1, 2018; updated October 1, 2023)

Graduates will affirm to meeting the following requirements every 12 months:

  • Actively taking new TF-CBT clients and/or available to accept referrals for TF-CBT services.
  • While providing TF-CBT treatment:
    • Monitoring of case-level fidelity through the use of a structured fidelity tool (e.g., TF-CBT Brief Practice Fidelity Checklist, NC CTP TF-CBT 10 Component Outline, NC Performance and Outcomes Platform [NC POP]).
    • Pre- and post-treatment administration of at least one clinical assessment measure which addresses trauma history and trauma symptoms.
    • Participation in ongoing TF-CBT clinical supervision, TF-CBT peer fidelity monitoring, or expert TF-CBT consultation at least once per month.
  • Completion of Medical University of South Carolina’s TF-CBTWeb 2.0.This self-paced virtual course is available through MUSC’s website at https://tfcbt2.musc.edu/. TF-CBTWeb 2.0 has a registration fee and takes ten (10) hours to complete.
    • Note: This is a one-time requirement for rostered TF-CBT graduates. TF-CBT providers who have completed TF-CBTWeb 2.0 do not need to retake the course in order to remain on the Provider Roster.

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