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Counseling Acronyms


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T4CCF = Thinking for a Change Certified Facilitator

Thinking for a Change Certified Facilitator
A new credential launched by The Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE) in 2009. The T4CCF was developed in partnership with the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) and the authors of the Thinking for a Change (T4C) curriculum, and funded through a grant from the Department of Justice. To earn the T4CCF, candidates must successfully complete the NIC-approved T4C group facilitator training and have experience applying this evidence-based, cognitive behavioral program to offender populations.

 

TADT = Trauma and Addictive Disorders Therapist
Trauma and Addictive Disorders Therapist
Certification, (a training facility designation) indicates a person who has been trained in the multi-addictions treatment approach (sex, chemicals, food, work, gambling, love addiction, etc.) by the Institute for Trauma and Addictive Disorders created by The Meadows Institute.
 

TLC = Trauma and Loss in Children
Trauma and Loss in Children 
National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children is a non-profit 501(c)3 program of Children's Home of Detroit, and provides direct services to traumatized children and families and provides school professionals, crisis intervention teams, medical and mental health professionals, child care professionals and clinicians with trauma education, training, consultation, referral services and trauma-specific intervention programs and resource materials needed to help children, parents, families, and schools traumatized by violent or non-violent trauma-inducing incidents. TLC offers a Trauma and Loss Certification Program
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TLCS = Trauma and Loss Consultant Supervisor
Trauma and Loss Consultant Supervisor
A certification by National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children (see TLC, above.)
 

TLS = Trauma and Loss Specialist
Trauma and Loss Specialist
A certification by National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children (see TLC, above.)

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