Tasha, Nelson, Michelle and Brian are four fictional youths that you will meet in the Cue-Centered Therapy course. Their name, age, gender, race, ethnic background, physical features, personal stories, clinical symptoms and in-session details are an amalgam of many different cases from practice and do not reflect any specific client. The clinical vignettes do not contain any identifiable patient data and are created for didactic purposes on the basis of the extensive clinical experience of our subject matter experts. Any similarity with real clients is purely coincidental.
This course illustrates the therapeutic process for these specific cases only. As trauma is highly idiosyncratic, the therapeutic approach must be individually tailored to each client and context. This course is aimed to audience that are mental health professionals. It does not aim to provide any psychiatric advice or any clinical care. If you have any concerns, please contact your supervisor or seek professional help. For emergencies, please call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room.
The content within this course is the property of the Stanford Early Life Stress and Resilience Program and should not be reproduced or distributed without the permission of the authors.
This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ by the Stanford University School of Medicine. At the end of the course with successful completion of all requirements, including the completion of a feedback survey, a CME claim credit code will be provided to you for access to the Stanford Center for Continuing Medical Education MY CE Portal portal. More detailed instructions will be provided at the end of the course.