Group Supervision in Community & Workplace Traumatology offers a framework for participants to practice and demonstrate proficiency in community traumatology skills under the direction of a Certified Traumatologist. The program is offered in a format designed to challenge and help participants grow into competent providers of care for traumatized individuals, families, organizations and communities.
Participants must have completed courses 1001, 102, 103, 104, 105 & 107 in order to enroll in this 106 Supervision course.
This course is one component of the Community Traumatologist certificate and will benefit professionals, paraprofessionals, and volunteers who work with trauma survivors or wish to gain skills to do so. The courses in this stream are designed to enhance skills development among individuals whose work, volunteer or personal activities take them into contact with individuals or groups who have been directly exposed to trauma.
TI-1001 Early Intervention Field Traumatology Comprehensive Training $139.00
Both didactic and experiential, Early Intervention Field Traumatology explores the knowledge and skills needed to respond to the emotional trauma associated with natural or human-caused disasters and crisis. Topics include warning signs, recovery stages, fitting interventions to client needs, the new Educate, Assess and Refer (EAR) Field Trauma Response model, Reactions and Response to CBRN Terrorism, steps to lessen crisis impact, utilization of community resources for prevention and resolution. Compassion Fatigue risk factors, symptoms and prevention/self-care strategies and Emergency Site Management System will also be addressed. More Info
T1 -102 Trauma Evaluation and Community Resources $75.00
In Trauma Evaluation & Community Resources we will review of history, theory and treatment methods associated with traumatic stress disorders. Participants increase knowledge of types of trauma evaluation and treatment options available for disorders of extreme stress. Students learn about effective approaches for trauma recovery and awareness of post-trauma warning signs. More Info
T1 -103 Standards of CWT Trauma Care $75.00
In Standards of Trauma Care: Attachment, Systems & Context goal is to train the traumatologist to empower the individual, family, community or organization. This program examines age, gender, race, culture, social class and other factors that impact trauma response and recovery. More Info
T1 -104 Motivational Interviewing after Trauma $79.00
Motivational Interviewing (MI) is an evidence-based counselling approach that was developed by clinical psychologists Stephen Rollnick and William Miller (1991). It involves a style of communicating with clients that specifically resolves ambivalence and/or resistance and builds motivation for change. More Info
Group Approaches for Community Trauma Response explores peer models of group intervention with trauma survivors. Psychoeducational group approaches with self-help and personal empowerment components will form the basis of this program. Various types of program promotion and admission procedures will be addressed. More Info