NEW!!! Trauma Informed Care Certificate!!
Trauma can have serious impacts on behavioral health, mental health, work and school as well as overall health and well-being. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (2019) trauma is highly prevalent and can affect individuals, families, groups and communities over one’s lifetime; Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) is a “promising model for organizational change in health, behavioral health, and other settings that promotes resilience in staff and patients.” This certificate combines the discipline specific approaches to Trauma-Informed Care of both psychology and social work to provide undergraduate students with a well-rounded generalist approach to introductory methods of providing TIC.
SOW 201 Interviewing for the Human Services (3 credits)
PSY 222 Psychology of Stress Management (3 credits)
SOW 310 Trauma Informed Care in Social Work (3 credits)
PSY 415 Childhood Trauma: Theory, Research & Practice (3 credits)
For more information contact Dr. Sheri Boyle email@example.com or Dr. Justin Hackett at firstname.lastname@example.org