Be There For Your Clients...
Become a Certified Trauma Therapist® or a Certified Trauma Professional® through the landmark 5-module training course approved for graduate, undergraduate and continuing education credits.
Mod 3 June 20-24
Hosted by High Watch Recovery
in Kent, CT
Mod 4 August 8-12
Hosted by Ken Seeley Communities
in Palm Springs, CA
Mod 5 November 7-11
Hosted by Augustine Recovery Center
in St. Augustine, FL
Through each module students learn practical assessments, up-to-date approaches to treatment, and essential intervention techniques for treating clients. Each training module is designed to not only explain the different holistic approaches used in treating trauma survivor, but to actually allow the participants to learn from their own experiences during the training. This process will allow for growth, acceptance and open the participants eyes to the vast number of approaches used in trauma treatment. Each 5-day training module goes well beyond lectures, including group sessions and hands-on experiential training to truly prepare you for addressing the deep psychological wounds that are so often inadequately treated.
An Introduction to Trauma & Treatment, Intervention Techniques, Definitions and Implications in Process Addictions, Experiential Activities, Intense Group Work and Processing Skills for Own Practice.
Process Addiction Interventions, Learning to Facilitate Psychodrama & Breathwork and Effective Implementation of these Approaches into Therapy.
Focus on Experiential Modalities including Adventure Therapy and Equine Therapy, as well as a continuation of Process Addictions – Sex/Love Addiction, Gambling/Financial Addictions, Self-Harming Behaviors and Eating Disorders.
Internal Family Systems, Methods & Modalities for Treating Trauma, Cognitive Behavioral Approaches, Expressive Therapy and Other Pertinent Experiential Approaches Geared toward Affect Regulation.
Review of Previous Topics and Practicing Implementation of Learned Skills Successfully in One’s Own Practice, Review of Assessment Skills Identifying the Signs and Symptoms that Require Inpatient Treatment Referral.