Trauma Counseling II: Assessment, Interventions and Applications in Trauma Treatment

This noncredit course offers an overview of assessment and evidence-based and alternative intervention modalities. From psychological first aid to multidisciplinary care, we explore many approaches to trauma treatment for adults and children. This program benefits professionals in the mental health field and other service providers who want to better understand the best practices in trauma treatment.

Each week, participants receive readings and videos, and have assignments to respond to discussions online. This course is expected to take a total of 40 hours, with four hours of class work each week.

This course can be applied to the Certificate in Trauma Counseling.

Instructors

Rae Anne Frey, PhD, Trauma Psychologist, OIF Veteran

Rae Anne Frey, PhD, Trauma Psychologist, OIF Veteran

Rae Anne’s experiences as an urban teacher and a combat veteran helped hone her interest in trauma psychology. She has spent the last decade delving deep into the world of trauma psychology and has treated PTSD and co-morbid conditions in ... read more

Patricia Clason

Patricia Clason

Patricia Clason, RCC has 33 years of experience with trauma survivors, guiding their emotional healing through emotional intelligence (EQ) intensive programs. A professional speaker, trainer, consultant and coach, Patricia has led weekend retreats for military veterans, Healing Warrior Hearts, and ... read more

Who Should Attend

Nurses, social workers, therapists, staff at shelters or youth care programs, HR professionals, medical administrative and support staff, occupational therapists, teachers and school staff, emergency responders.

Benefits and Learning Outcomes

  • Get an introduction to trauma interventions from immediate to long-term approaches
  • Gain a basic understanding of DSM 5 diagnoses related to trauma
  • Learn the definition and overview of evidence-based and alternative modalities
  • Become familiar with assessment and diagnostic tools related to the impacts of trauma
  • Recognize the special needs and presentations of children affected by trauma and age-appropriate intervention
  • Gain an awareness of professional limitations and boundaries, how to recognize when to refer to specialized providers and where to find them

Prerequisites

Trauma Counseling II does not require Trauma Counseling I if the participant:

  1. has a foundational understanding of the causes of trauma, outcomes and trauma informed care, OR,
  2. is an experienced practitioner with a trauma population, such as combat veterans, sexual assault or domestic violence survivors or abused children.

Notes

Access to Course Site
Look for an email approximately one week prior to the start date of the class with instructions on setting up your username and password and how to access the online course site.

Course Requirements
This is an instructor-facilitated, online asynchronous course. You are required to have routine access to a computer with Internet (we highly recommend a high-speed connection such as DSL or cable modem). You are also required to have a recent version of Microsoft Office Suite or comparable program to include Microsoft Word (word processing), Excel (spreadsheets), and PowerPoint (presentations) in order to both view and create documents needed to participate in this course.

Expectations
Each week you receive readings and assignments to complete. Each week you are expected to log in and complete assignments within the deadlines given in order to be awarded CEUs and the certificate of completion. However, within the deadline, you are  able to complete the readings and assignments at your leisure.

Completion
Certificates of Completion will be mailed within two weeks after the last day of class.

*Earn a UWM School of Continuing Education certificate in Trauma Counseling by completing Trauma Counseling I and II in as little as 18 months (not to exceed three years). Upon successful completion, you’ll be eligible to apply for certification as a Certified Trauma Services Specialist (CTSS) or Certified Trauma Responder (CTR) with the Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists (ATSS). Please go to ATSS website to get a complete list of the requirements needed to become certified. https://www.atss.info/index.php/certification

 

Date: Course available Dec 9, 2019-Mar 2, 2020

Location: Online

Instructors:
Patricia Clason
Rae Anne Frey PhD, Trauma Psychologist, OIF Veteran

Fee:

$1,275 by Sat., Nov. 9.
$1,375 after Sat., Nov. 9.

CEUs: 4.0, CEHs: 40

Enrollment Limit: 25

Program Number: 7750-12121

Registration Deadline: Mon., Dec. 2

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Date: Course available June 29-Sept 7, 2020

Location: Online

Instructors:
Patricia Clason
Rae Anne Frey PhD, Trauma Psychologist, OIF Veteran

Fee:

$1,275 by Fri., May 29, 2020.
$1,375 after Fri., May 29, 2020.

CEUs: 4.0, CEHs: 40

Enrollment Limit: 25

Program Number: 7750-12146

Registration Deadline: Mon., June 22, 2020

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