Alaska Behavioral Health is pleased to offer in person ARC Training 9am to 4pm at the BP Energy Center in Anchorage

What is ARC?

The Attachment, Self-Regulation and Competency or ARC framework (Kinniburgh & Blaustein, 2005) is a flexible, components-based intervention developed for children and adolescents (3-18) who have experienced complex trauma, along with their caregiving systems. ARC is designed as both an individual level clinical intervention, to be used in treatment settings for youth and families, and as an organizational framework, to be used in service systems to support trauma-informed care. ARC interventions can be helpful for providers in both clinical and non-clinical settings including:

  • Early Intervention/Prevention
  • Schools
  • Domestic Violence and Homeless Shelters
  • Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
  • Inpatient and Acute Care Settings
  • Residential Treatment Programs/Group Homes
  • Juvenile Justice Programs
  • Child Welfare Systems
  • Foster Care Training Programs and More!

Trainer: Marissa Hanson young woman with long brown hair in front of tree

In person ARC Training, August 14th – 15th, 2024 at the BP Energy Center

Submit this form to register for ARC Training, August 14th & 15th.

Are you a mental health services provider?(Required)
  • This training is offered free of charge through grant support.

Contact: Trainingteam@akbh.org for more information.