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Ongoing consultation is a professional and ethical obligation for clinical providers, but it is not always easy to obtain.  Increasing clients' access to effective treatment is rewarding to me, and helping providers to feel confident delivering these treatments is part of that process.  I bring my enthusiasm for trauma work and sleep concerns to my consultation relationships.

I have been providing instruction and consultation in evidence-based practice since 2012.  I'm proud to have collaborated with individual providers, community mental health centers, hospitals and medical centers, military treatment facilities, and national security organizations.  Every consultee has unique goals, so I work to devise a program that will best meet their needs.

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Consultation takes many forms, ranging from occasional phone calls, to scheduled monthly video chats, to formal consultation cohorts for larger organizations. Common consultation topics include working with multiple traumas, calculating sleep logs, and implementing treatments such as CPT and PE.

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I provide instruction in evidence based practices to small and large groups of clinicians.  Workshops can be scheduled virtually or in-person.  Length varies from several hours to multiple days, depending on your goals and needs.

For Providers: Services


Are you interested in consultation or instruction services?  Let's talk.


For Providers: Contact


The presentations listed below are in addition to the frequent workshops I deliver on deployment-related psychology, CPT, CBTI and BBTI.

  • Paxton Willing, M. M., Brim, W. L., Lefkowitz, C. M., & Holloway, K. M. (2023, November 2). Utilizing technology to extend the reach of dissemination efforts for treating PTSD [Panel presentation]. International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Los Angeles, CA, United States.

  • Phillips, T., Lefkowitz, C., & Korobkin, S. (2022, October 12). An evidence-based protocol for addressing trauma in the intelligence community. [Presentation]. National Security Psychology Symposium, United States.

  • Lefkowitz, C. (2021, Nov 2) Addressing EBP Dissemination and Implementation Challenges During the COVID-19 Pandemic.  Symposium presented at the International Society for the Study of Traumatic Stress 37th Annual Meeting.

  • Lefkowitz, C., Adams, C., & Phillips, J. (2021, Aug 12). Facilitating the Implementation of Evidence-Based Psychotherapies During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association

  • Riggs, D., Chrestman, K., Dolan, D., Lefkowitz, C., Holloway, K., Santanello, A., Phillips, J., & Brim, W. (2019, November 21-24). Consultation at a distance: The use of technology to encourage participation and enhance competence. In K. Hepner (Chair), Extending the impact of professional training: Innovative models to support clinician competence [Symposium]. 53rd Annual Convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Atlanta, GA, United States.

  • Dorsey, R.M., Clark, C., Dolan, D.C., Domenici, P., Lefkowitz, C.M., & Riggs, D.R. (2019, June).  Implementation of a Novel Tele-Health Program for Behavior Health Providers.  Poster presented at the Association of Standardized Patient Educators conference, Orlando, FL.

  • Lefkowitz, C., Dolan, D., Santanello, A., Holloway, K., & Riggs, D. (2018 Nov 10).  Expanding Access to Evidence-Based Training and Consultation via Virtual Platforms: Advances and Lessons Learned.  Symposium presented at the 34th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.  Washington, DC.

  • Dolan, D., Lefkowitz, C., Domenici, P., Dorsey, R., Clark, L., & Riggs, D. (2018 Nov 16). Use of Simulated Patients in Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence-Based Psychotherapies.  Poster presented at Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.  Washington, DC.

  • Jackson, K. & Lefkowitz, C. (12 Jan 2018). "Chronic Disease Management through Behavior Modification."  Workshop presented at the National Capitol Region Optometric Quarterly Meeting, Bethesda, MD.

  • Jackson, K. & Lefkowitz, C. (12 Oct 2017). "Chronic Disease Management through Behavior Modification."  Workshop presented at the American Academy of Optometry, Chicago, IL. 

  • Lefkowitz, C. & Prout, M. (April 2009).  “Empirically Supported Treatments for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.” Workshop presented at the Pennsylvania Association for Marriage and Family Therapists Annual Conference, Devon, PA.

  • Widener University Faculty (June 2008).    “Psychological First Responder Training.”   Training presented to Chinese first responders following the earthquake in Sichuan Province.  Chester, PA.

  • Lefkowitz, C. (April 2007). “Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Suicide.”  Workshop presented at the Feeling Blue Suicide Prevention Council Annual Conference.  Oaks, PA.

For Providers: Credentials


  • Lefkowitz, C. (2022).  Incorporating animal-assisted therapy into treatment for PTSD.  In E. Altschuler (Ed.), Animal Assisted Therapy Use Application by Condition, Elsevier.

  • Lefkowitz, C., Dolan, D., Rogers, T., & Holloway, K. (2018).  Using technology to promote sleep competencies for behavioral healthcare providers: Welcome to the Snoozeum.  Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science.  Doi:

  • Goodson, J., Lefkowitz, C., Helstrom, A., & Gawrysiak, M. (2013). Outcomes of prolonged exposure therapy for veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder.  Journal of Traumatic Stress, 26, 419-425.

  • Matour, S., Prout, M., & Lefkowitz, C. (2011). Integrating positive psychology interventions into cognitive-behavioral therapy for depression.  In E. M. Wolf, J.B. Allen, & L. VandeCreek (Eds.), Innovations in clinical practice: A 21st century sourcebook (vol. 2). Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press.

For Providers: Credentials
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