TEBAC Training

About EBAC Training
EBAC’s Learning & Education Department offers opportunities for life-long learning to all people and organizations supporting youth and families to heal after experiencing trauma. The Learning and Education Division leads the work to develop a highly qualified, trained, and supported workforce to have the skills to be successful in meeting the needs of the children, youth and families. Our trauma-informed and culturally responsive course offerings teach foundational principles and best practices to support resiliency and recovery. We host a variety of trainings to address a wide spectrum of social justice issues necessary to address the systemic oppression experienced in our communities.


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Core Content Areas
The core content areas for our trainings are: Trauma Education, Trauma Informed Systems, Resiliency, Grief and Loss, School Based and Community Based Counseling, Resource Navigation, Parenting, Social Emotional Development and Social Justice


Bring Training to Your Organization
Organizations serving Alameda County system impacted youth and families may request EBAC provided on-site or virtual instruction to your organization at no cost (contingent upon EBAC’s funding availability ). If you’d like EBAC to sponsor a course facilitated specifically for your agency, please contact us.


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Courses are open to the community, and priority registration is given to our primary intended audience: resource caregivers and people who are, or plan to be involved in the lives of system-impacted children and youth in Alameda county. EBAC is a “IV-E” provider of professional development for professionals, para-professionals and community members who work with organizations supporting system impacted children and youth. Community members that have taken part in our training include: teachers, administrators, dance teachers, afterschool instructors, case managers, family advocates and navigators, counselors, caregivers, county staff.


Continuing Education
EBAC provides CEUs for qualified trainings. To receive a CEU credit you MUST sign and include your license number on both the Sign-In and Sign-Out Sheet when in person. When attending virtually you must attend the full course to qualify for the certificate. EBAC is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs and/or LPCCs under the California Board of Behavioral Sciences Provider # 138020. EBAC maintains the responsibility for this program/course and its content. CEU Certificates will be available to print from your created profile within 10 days of the training for those who completed the full training and the evaluation.


Practicum Program
The EBAC Practicum Program is a part of EBAC’s Learning and Education Department. Practicum internships are available in these programs in EBAC’s Family Community Wellness Department: Afterschool Programs, Family Resource Centers, Frick Health & Wellness Center, and Circle of Care - a grief and loss service. While the program locations are unique, each placement offers the following supports to EBAC communities: social and emotional education/support, case management, engagement & outreach, grief education groups, and parent workshops. EBAC offers practicum placements for both undergraduate and graduate programs. Please click here to access our online portal for application.


Internship to Employment Application
Congratulations on graduating and completing your internship with East Bay Agency for Children. Our history of training mental health professionals and offering the ability to pursuing a career in clinical and non clinical positions continues. Previous Interns Apply Now


Questions, comments, grievances? Contact us at training@ebac.org

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