C. Curtis Holmes, PhD

Practice Profile: Dr. Curt Holmes has more than 40 years experience providing assessment and treatment services to children, adolescents, and adults impacted by child abuse issues. Psychosexual Evaluations: Assessment of children and youth with Sexual Behavior Problems Includes use of some traditional psychological tests Includes use of additional risk assessment and psychosexual measures Instructor, ChildFirst Georgia, Investigative; Forensic Interviewing Program: Professional training of child abuse investigators Focus on Forensic Interviewing using the ChildFirst model Teaching Dynamics of Abuse and Child Development issues Over 1,000 graduates of the program Group facilitator of actor interview practice Sponsored through the Anna Crawford Children's Center:cherokeeadvocates.org Author of Child Abuse Treatment Books: "Finding Sunshine After the Storm" "55 Favorite Healing Techniques" "Treatment Considerations with Sexually Traumatized Adolescents in" "Handbook of Child Sexual Abuse" (Paris Goodyear-Brown) "Calming the Storm Inside: A Workbook to Treat Children and Youth with Problematic Sexual Behavior" (an E-Workbook) Psychotherapy for Child Sexual Abuse Survivors: Use of cognitive-behavioral techniques Use of play therapy Empowerment activities Trauma-focused activities Supportive services for guardians Psychotherapy for Children and Youth with Problematic Sexual Behavior: Stepping Stones to Success program Group therapy for children and youth with PSB Additional individual and family therapy as needed Parent support groups Helpful websites: CornerHouse Interagency Child Abuse Evaluation and Training Centerwww.cornerhousemn.org The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studieswww.istss.org Treatment workbook for sexually abused children ("Finding Sunshine")www.newharbinger.com Handbook of Child Sexual Abusehttp://www.wiley.com   Fore(In)Sight Foundationwww.foreinsight.org Gunderson National Child Protection Training Centerwww.gundersonhealth.org/ncptc The National Children's Advocacy Centerwww.nationalcac.org Self Esteem Shopwww.selfesteemshop.com Barton Child Law and Policy Clinicwww.childwelfare.net Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abuserswww.atsa.com Association for Play Therapywww.a4pt.org Center for Sex Offender Managementwww.csom.org National Child Traumatic Stress Networkhttp://www.nctsn.org


Practice Overview

  • Georgia-000561
  • Abuse/Neglect
  • General Psychological Testing
  • Group Psychotherapy
  • Individual Psychotherapy
  • PTSD/Traumatic Response
All referrals screened through Stepping Stones Child Advocacy Center. Grant criteria; no fees, no insurance.
  • Children (3-12 yrs.)
  • Adolescents (13-17 yrs.)
  • Adults (18-64 yrs.)
  • Existential/Humanistic/Interpersonal

Professional Affiliations

  • Licensed Psychologist in Georgia PSY000561 (since 1977) Member, American Psychological Association Member, National Register of Health Service Psychologists Member, Georgia Psychological Association Member, American Professional Society on the Abuse of

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