Social workers and other human service professionals often serve
people who have been exposed to some type of
trauma. Our programs and courses prepare you to work
sensitively and skillfully with trauma survivors.
Trauma-Informed Care Defined
Trauma-informed care, as defined by the National Center on
Trauma-Informed Care, is an approach to engaging people with
histories of trauma that recognizes the presence of trauma symptoms
and acknowledges the role that trauma has played in their lives.
Understanding this approach is one of the most significant steps
you can take to improve your skills and positively impact the
well-being of your clients.
Our certificate programs prepare you for offering varying levels
of trauma-informed care. Use the title links below to open the
details on each program.
What is a certificate program? A certificate program is a
series of training hours on a topic area or treatment method. It is
designed to advance your skills and knowledge. Completion does not
represent that you have ‘certification’ or are
‘certified’. You receive a frameable certificate of
completion for the program if you meet all requirements. In
addition, each course completed will provide a certificate of
completion with applicable CEUs.