The UCLA/Duke University National Center for Child Traumatic Stress (NCCTS), under a new agreement with the Department of Defense, will train behavioral health specialists who work on military bases to provide assistance for military families impacted by child abuse, domestic violence and other forms of child traumatic stress.

Specifically, the NCCTS will develop a web-based system to provide training to a worldwide cadre of approximately 2,000 specialists to acquire the knowledge and experience to effectively address child abuse when it occurs. Those who participate in the program will also have opportunities to form online communities with their colleagues to enhance their abilities by sharing best practices and lessons learned from their collective experiences.

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