NCTSN Technology Interest Group

Welcome to the Technology Interest Group (TIG), an NCTSN Community of Practice

The TIG is a space for network sites and affiliates to learn together about how to leverage technology to enhance trauma-informed and evidence-based practices and products for children and families affected by trauma and those who serve them. TIG is a community with varying levels of knowledge and we welcome everyone. Meetings begin with a brief (~30 min) presentation that addresses a technology-related topic of interest to our members and the NCTSN followed by a discussion. Remaining time is typically used for general discussion, questions, requests for future topics, and resource sharing. 


Rochelle F. Hanson, Ph.D., Director of EQUIPTT, an NCTSN Cat 2 site 

Regan Stewart, Ph.D., Director of TOPS, an NCTSN Cat 2 site.


a) Identify technology-related needs

b) Support development and dissemination of technology-related products, processes, and resources. 

c) Share and expand knowledge about tech-related resources


TIG meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month from 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST


Past Recordings:

Making Telehealth Fun for Kids (Dr. Regan Stewart)

Accessibility Considerations for Virtual Training (Dr. Lori Day and Dr. Tiffany Bridgett)

Canva (Shelby Wade)

Developing Asynchronous Online Learning Courses (Dr. Dan Smith)

Creating Successful Media and Communication Strategies to Engage Families and Communities (Dr. Dan Cheron)

Digital Marketing Strategies To Increase Engagement In Medical Education (Janine Primacio)

Making Screening Data Accessible for Teams and Stakeholders Through Interactive Dashboards (Catherine Denial, Erin Knight, Becky Parton)

SMS-Based Engagement Survey for PCIT Intervention (Gabriel Corens, LICSW)


April: TBD