The Stronger Together: Attachment, Resilience, & Support (STARS): Helping Children and Youth Reach Their Full Potential project seeks to promote resilience of children impacted by trauma by expanding the EBT workforce through training, consultation, and TA in EBTs (PSB-CBT; PCIT; TF-CBT) to ameliorate the behavioral sequelae of trauma with advanced trainings to fill identified gaps in standard training. Notably, 75 clinicians will receive training in PSB-CBT with an additional 12 clinicians receiving training in PCIT through the STARS training team. Further, to increase providers' understanding of trauma, all therapists will complete the NCTSN on-line Core Concepts of Trauma training. Advanced training in PCIT-PSB (up to 20 clinicians) and TF-CBT-PSB (up to 180 clinicians) will allow the cross-pollination of provider skills in EBT with interventions to treat behavioral sequelae of trauma. As part of the project, we additionally seek to enhance resilience of our EBT workforce through management and reduction of secondary traumatic stress (STS) by providing specialized training to up to the 400 clinicians and supervisors in the Components for Enhancing Clinician Experience and Reducing Trauma (CE-CERT) model. STARS will further facilitate sustainability of EBT within agencies through the provision of trainer training or advanced clinical populations in EBT for behavioral sequelae of trauma for up to 32 PSB-CBT providers. A total of 319 therapists will be trained in EBT and up to 400 will receive training to address STS as a result of the award with countless families and community members impacted and served. In addition to clinical training, the STARS project seeks to address systemic racism and inequities in agencies responding to problematic sexual behavior of youth and enhance engagement of families in EBT through culturally congruent communication and therapy practices. To this end, we will develop the STARS Equity Workgroup with PSB-CBT, PCIT, and TF-CBT leads, our existing PSB Youth Partnership and Parent Partnership Boards, and partners across the country including EBT trained clinicians. The workgroup will assess our current programming, develop a plan to address equity, and create and disseminate resources for equity practices and policies through the course of the project. The STARS team is composed of EBT and module developers, nationally recognized trainers, and consultants who have made significant impacts in their areas of expertise. The OUHSC STARS team also has extensive expertise in service provision to children and families impacted by trauma with infrastructure to conduct large-scale trainings, implementation, technical assistance and rigorous evaluation. Members will participate fully in NCTSN activities and works groups to further the Network's mission. Through the STARS program the outcomes of children who have experienced trauma can be brighter.