Time & Location
Feb 15, 2019, 8:30 AM – Feb 16, 2019, 5:00 PM
UMFS, 3900 W Broad St, Richmond, VA 23230, USA
About The Event
This series will take place at UMFS, 3900 W Broad St, Richmond, VA 23230.
The CTS is a 42-hour Certificate Training Program developed for master’s level behavioral science practitioners interested in a Virginia NASW Trauma Specialist Certification credential, certifying practitioners as specialists in Trauma Assessment and Trauma-Treatment Focused Intervention in the State of Virginia.
The training offers an overarching and inclusive developmental trauma conceptual framework based on the neurobiology of trauma, significant related attachment concepts and related research and evidence-practice-based intervention strategies designed for effective trauma treatment intervention.
*It is important to note that Trauma-Informed Care is an organizational paradigm/model with defined organizational policies and responsiveness based on the recognition of adverse childhood experiences and the impact such experiences have on the emotional functioning and physical health of children, adolescents and adults. NTSCN principles of Trauma-Informed Care are covered in the training, however, the focus of the Trauma Specialist Certification is providing an expert knowledge base about trauma, the conceptual models of trauma including etiological development, trauma types, trauma assessment and trauma treatment- focused interventions.
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Please note that you must attend all 3 parts in a particular Cohort in order to receive certification. You need to commit to attending all 3 dates of Cohort 4 to complete this training.