WE TAKE PRIDE IN OUR PROFESSION!
We hold our students to a high standard, and we expect that they will continue their education within this field. We offer our CFI trained students a two-year BRS certified-approved status recognizing their thorough education in the CFI model of intervention. We pride ourselves in keeping track of our students and their progress.
What does it mean to be listed in this registry?
Being listed as a Trained CFI Family-Focused Interventionist on this registry indicates that the participant has successfully completed the three day educational portion of our training, and is currently engaged in, or has completed, the required level of extended education & support.
Being listed as (ETC) on this registry means that a student has successfully completed the CFI-Training program, but has yet to participate in or successfully complete, the necessary 90-days of (EES), nor holds or pursued the CIP credential to practice as a CFI Trained Interventionist.
A student listed in this registry as in “GOOD STANDING” will be a student who has maintained a healthy level of follow-up communication, and is pursuing further education in this profession.
We offer multiple forms of extended education & support, along with individual supervision for qualified candidates. It is our recommendation that all students hold or pursue the CIP credential prior to engaging in Interventions using the CFI badge.
We will update and review our registry often.
How is extended education & support provided, and for how long?
CFI 90-day extended education & support program (prerequisites for participation)
- Successfully complete initial 3-Day CFI training process (within 2 years)
- Seeking additional support for their practice as a CFI trained interventionist
Participants in our 3-day intensive training are not required to utilize the (EES) portion of our training process; however, those participants will not be able to declare or advertise themselves as a CFI certified interventionist until the (EES) portion has been completed to the satisfaction of BRS staff, and the individual is in pursuit of, or already has, their CIP credntial. These participants will be labeled as ETC (Educational Training Completed) only, on our professional registry page.
Individual supervision hours
Individual supervision hours can be available for students with, or pursuing a CIP, during the 90-days after completing our CFI-Training. These individual supervision hours can include case review, intervention prep with families, and the practical application of these tools to perform interventions.
Additional individual supervision hours can be made available in multi-hour blocks beyond the 90-days from BRS for students who may be pursuing their CIP from the PCB.
What does it mean if a CFI is not in good standing, or not listed at all?
A CFI listed as “NOT IN GOOD STANDING” is a student who has either not successfully completed our three day training or re-certification, or they have failed to remain in communication during the (EES) portion of the training.
A student listed as “NOT IN GOOD STANDING” will have one month to address the issues related to their status or they will be removed from our registry. If a students name does not appear listed on our registry then they are not, or have not been, approved or they have allowed their registration to lapse.
How do students become re-approved after the two years have expired?
Students who have reached the end of their two-year term must participate in and successfully complete our one-day Re-approval CFI training, or 8 hours of group supervision.
If a student has pursued other training’s since their CFI training, some of those training’s and credits can be submitted for review and may provide credit toward re-approval.
CFI Re-approval program
What do I do if someone is claiming to be trained but is not listed on this registry?
Each of our listed CFI trained students has been thoroughly educated by our staff in the CFI model of intervention.
Each of our listed CFI trained students have been trained & certified by BRS for successfully completing our three day intensive CFI training program.
All of our listed CFI trained students are willing and able to be a resource for families and individuals in need!
BELOW YOU WILL FIND A LIST OF CFI STUDENTS CERTIFICATIONS IN GOOD STANDING
ETC: Educational Training Completed (Supervision – Extended education & support not completed)
CFI: Certified Family-Focused Interventionist (Certified in the CFI Model)
STUDENTS APPROVED THROUGH 1/26/22
Stacy Chionchio (CFI)
Jesse Carrillo (ETC)
Maegan Kenney (ETC)
Caylee King (CFI)
Justin Cambria (ETC)
Corey Beaver (CFI)
David Karon (ETC)
Peter Larkin (ETC)
STUDENTS APPROVED THROUGH 10/13/21
Michael Leggiero (CFI)
Amy Busch (CFI)
Jasmine Lamontagne (ETC)
Arvid Dahlbloom (CFI)
Richie Evans (***)
Colleen Welch (CFI)
Jacque Ingersoll (CFI)
Joanne Bickford (CFI)
Zachary Allen (CFI)
STUDENTS APPROVED THROUGH 6/2/21
Colleen Bertolino (CFI)
Brandon Novak (ETC)
Jonathan Havens (ETC)
Keegan Rawlins (CFI)
Chris Thigpen (ETC)
Joe DeGuglielmo (CFI)
STUDENTS APPROVED THROUGH 3/3/21
Brendan Fullerton (ETC)
Tami Moylan (CFI)
Darrell Mirrione (CFI)
Laurie Carpenter (CFI)
Ashley Fuery (ETC)
James Castrucci (ETC)
Maureen Cavanagh (CFI)
STUDENTS APPROVED THROUGH 6/2/21
Mary Chiecko (CFI)
Krystal Ryan (CFI)
Jaci Cavaioli (CFI)
Adam Herrick (ETC)
STUDENTS APPROVED THROUGH 12/2/20
James Bradley CFI
Brian Teague (CFI)
Mike Adams (CFI)
Tim Henault (ETC)
Katrina Estes (CFI)
Kate Duffy (CFI)
Lenny Smith (CFI)
Nick Geissler (CFI)
Lloyd Fitzsimmons (CFI)
STUDENTS APPROVED THROUGH 8/19/20
Spencer Meng (CFI)
Meredith Meng (CFI)
Keith Kraemer (CFI)
Jennifer Shakespeare (CFI)
Breanna Lucci (ETC)
Crissy Olson (ETC)
Jesse Carrillo (ETC)
Elysz Michalski (ETC)
Danielle Visone (ETC)