Assessment & Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
This training addresses assessment, treatment and diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder. Public domain assessment and current intervention treatment strategies explored in relation to disaster and chronic trauma. (1 month access to complete course)
Child & Adolescent Trauma
This CE discusses diagnosis and DSM changes about child and adolescent trauma disorders. Attention is focused at treatment issues, treatment modalities, and the effects of crisis and disaster trauma versus long term chronic trauma. Specific intervention modalities are taught for skills development.
Compassion Fatigue Educator
This CE emphasizes self-care strategies for those working in short term and long term disaster and traumatic environments. Emphasis is placed on skills acquisition for self-regulation of mood, and self-monitoring. Recommended for mental health professions, first responders, and volunteers.
Compassion Fatigue Therapist
This CE builds on the compassion fatigue educator course to be able to monitor and care for those responding or working with crisis, disaster, terrorism, or chronic trauma. Assessment and practical skill are emphasized with self-care and wellness strategies for continuing effective intervention.
Disaster Trauma (Field Traumatologist)
In this CE course emphasis is placed on stages of disaster working within the incident command system and the needs of survivors. Practical application and response is highlighted. NOTE: Anyone that registers for this course will have 1 month from the registration date to complete this course.
Grief & Loss
This course focuses on clearly understanding the differences between grief and the multiplicity of loss. Emphasis is placed on intervention strategies for working with survivors of trauma and understand the emotional and behavioral signs of recovery. (1 month access to complete course)
Psychological First Aid
The focus of psychological first aid is to understand the wide range of needs of survivors across the developmental life span. Emphasis is placed on cultural awareness, flexible methodology, and research best practices. (1 month access to complete course)
This course initially focuses on dysfunctional family systems and how incest and molestation alter the family structure in harmful ways. This course will also look at typical diagnostic categories stemming from sexual trauma and discuss therapeutic strategies for recovery and healing.
Treating Traumatized Families
To provide professionals with the tools necessary to understand the process by which the traumatized systems and children are assessed, diagnosed, and treated. Particular emphasis is placed on traumatized military families. (1 month access to complete course)