Upcoming Opportunities

Bring Your Own Lunch & Learn (BYOLL)

Description:  BYOLL is our monthly event where we ask professionals from multiple different disciplines to come and speak about their expertise and trauma! CEUs AVAILABLE!

July Topic: Secondary Traumatic Stress

Speaker: Diana Tikasz, MSW, RSW

When: July 16th at 12pm-1pm CST

Link to access event: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86334152713

More info can be found under the “Training” tab.

Understanding the Inter-generational Impacts of Cultural Genocide on Native American Youth Behavioral Health: Strategies for Culturally Responsive Treatment

Description: This session aims to provide a comprehensive examination of the enduring effects of cultural genocide across generations on the behavioral health of Native American populations. Participants will gain insights into the profound relevance of these impacts in treatment contexts, emphasizing the integration of culturally informed approaches. Practical skills and strategies will be imparted to enhance effectiveness in working with Native American youth particularly, fostering culturally responsive and impactful interventions.

When: August 23rd from 8:30am-12:30pm |  Format: Virtual Event

The training is open to practicing clinicians in North Dakota. CEUS available. Limited Spots Available!

Register Here

Treatment Collaborative for Traumatized Youth

Our mission is to enhance the availability of evidence-based mental health treatment for traumatized individuals in North Dakota through implementing evidenced-based treatments and building a multidisciplinary collaborative network across the region.

Learn What We Do to Combat the Effects of these Events

Types of Traumatic Events

  • Child sexual abuse
  • Adult sexual abuse
  • Psychological or emotional abuse
  • Physical assault
  • Domestic violence
  • School or community violence
  • Military, war, or political violence
  • Child neglect
  • Serious or medical injury
  • Natural disasters
  • Forced displacement
  • Witnessing death
  • Grief/losing a loved one
  • Receiving death threats or harassment
  • Being a first responder
  • Witnessing assault, abuse, or violence

Meet Our Team

TCTY aims to support these clinicians through workshops, resources, and consultation.

Stephen Wonderlich, Ph.D.
TCTY Director

Tricia Myers, Ph.D.
TCTY Trainer

Nicola Herting, Ph.D.
TCTY Trainer

Corinne Luther, LBSW
Special Projects Coordinator

Apply to become part of our roster of registered clinicians.