I am participating in a training opportunity at no cost for clinicians interested in increasing proficiency and fidelity in the use of Prolonged Exposure (PE) therapy, an evidence-based treatment for PTSD. If you have contact with patients with PTSD in your practice and are interested in developing proficiency in PE, this is a great opportunity to receive consultation from a PE consultant-in-training with the Emory University Prolonged Expsoure (PE) Consultant Training Program. The program aims to develop a national network of Peer-Reviewed PE Consultants who can support community-based providers develop competency in the delivery and implementation of PE with patients diagnosed with PTSD. 

I was selected as a consultant-in-training in the Emory Program. I received training and supervision in PE from Dr. Barbara Rothbaum through the Emory Veterans Program and the Emory University Trauma and Anxiety Program. As a consultant-in-training, I am looking to connect with licensed clinicians with an interest in developing competency in Prolonged Exposure Therapy. Potential ‘trainees’ would receive consultation from me on two cases (in person or via phone) at no cost. Additionally, trainees will have the opportunity to participate in group consultation calls with other trainees and experienced PE researchers and trainers. An interest in PE and introductory knowledge about the treatment would be helpful for participation as a trainee, although previous training in PE is not a requirement. A certificate will be provided to PE trainees upon successfully completing two cases along with the opportunity to be listed in the Emory University Prolonged Exposure directory as a “PE provider.”

For more information please contact: drfiorillo@tysonspsychology.com