TI-206 Supervision in Clinical Traumatologist
Who would Benefit from Participation?
- Social workers, psychologist, master’s level counselors.
- Mental health care professionals.
- 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
- Students are required to have completed TI-1001, TI-202, TI-203, TI-204, TI-205, TI-207 prior to enrolling or starting TI-206.
What is Supervision in Clinical Traumatologist ?
Our Supervision in Clinical Traumatologist course provides an opportunity to integrate learning from previous courses into a deep knowledge of trauma informed care. Participants will further 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. Students are required to have sample cases ready (from consenting volunteers, clients, friends, family members etc.) in order to successfully complete the assignments.
In this last course of Clinical Traumatology designation, participants will expand the specialty of their practice to include the field of trauma recovery which includes focus on group work and methods for assisting traumatized individuals.
With our state-of-the-art technology, you will have unlimited access to this online, self-paced course for 160 days (as opposed to a 1- to 2-day training session) AND support all along the way.
- Practice efficient screening, intake & assessment skills with trauma survivors.
- Practice proficient case management with traumatized clients including report-writing, recording, ancillary services and referral.
- Create and employ trauma stabilization and resolution interventions where the focus is placed on cultivating mastery in a chosen brief treatment and theory-driven procedure.
- Establish and maintain practical treatment trajectories with traumatized individuals utilizing a three-stage model.
- Develop and utilize outcome measurements for working with clients to assess effectiveness.
- Expand action plans to approach biases, blind spots and deficiencies discovered in the supervision process.
- Promote strong skills in sustaining non-anxious presence; become increasingly intentional and less reactive.
- In depth narrated interactive course presentation
- Downloadable student manual for your personal and workplace use
- Final quiz requiring a passing grade of 80%
- Estimated course time: 12 hours (+ additional time for assignments)
- Certificate of completion
- Complete 2+1 assignments (need to use at least one consenting client for the assignments. Please ensure that a consenting client is available for the duration of this course, as well as allocate additional time to complete these assignments)
- Graded assignments (reviewed by Dr. Baranowsky and will be given a pass/fail grade)
- 160 day access (extendable within 12 months)
- Required Course Readings – Supervision in Clinical Traumatologist (Manual for Course TI-206)
- Continuing education credit if available*
Course Price: $149 CAD plus applicable taxes.
I don’t know the last time that I was engaged in training that was so complete, current and challenging. I have worked as a Mental Health Clinician for many years, and my passion is reducing violence and trauma. After completing this training, I am just now achieving a feeling of competence. I would like to thank Dr. Baranowsky for her passion, expertise, and dedication. – Donna Riemer, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
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