Who would Benefit from Participation?
- Social workers, psychologist, master’s level counselors.
- Mental health and health care professionals etc.
- Students must have a Master’s degree, completed or in progress, related to a clinical or counseling field; OR at least four years of counseling experience with ongoing supervision by a local registered mental health clinician.
- Unsure if you qualify? Ask us or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Clinical Traumatologist Program?
Our Clinical Traumatologist program provides theoretical knowledge and practical skill-development opportunities that highlight best practices in trauma intervention. This skills-based program provides participants with a comprehensive framework for survivor needs, assessment and evaluation, and treatment through the trauma recovery cycle as well as addressing care for the caregiver.
Participants will enhance, develop and demonstrate their accomplishments in Clinical Traumatology techniques and skills under supervision. The Supervision is in the form of written feedback on students’ assignments.
Build the best foundation for helping Trauma Survivors filled with powerful resources.
How the Clinical Traumatologist Program works
You may enroll in the courses individually or as an entire designation.
All courses other than TI-206 can be completed individually. Enrollment in TI-206 is only permitted after successfully completing all other courses in this certificate stream.
We recommend that the courses in Clinical Traumatologist Program be taken sequentially in numbered order. The only exception to this rule is that students must complete all of the courses plus TI-207 before beginning TI-206 as all the assignments and learning in TI-206 rely on an integration of materials from all previous CT designation courses.
Those who successfully complete the full Clinical Traumatologist training curriculum are entitled to use the TITC-CT designation (which stands for Traumatology Institute Training Curriculum, Clinical Traumatologist).