Certifications

Certifications

Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist – Family (CCTSF)


The Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist – Family (CCTSF) course is designed using evidenced-based leading edge interventions and protocols that clinicians can immediately implement to augment their work treating survivors of trauma within a family context. This course is taught using demonstrations, role play, simulations, and the utilization of a clinician intervention implementation format.

Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist – Individual (CCTSI)


Acquiring this certification means that you have learned the essential components for safely and effectively treating traumatic stress with individual adults. While the certification focuses upon acquiring the knowledge and skills for treating PTSD, those becoming certified with the CCTS-I designation will be able to utilize the information and skills to effectively treat all anxiety disorders …read more

Certified Trauma Support Specialist


Certified Trauma Support Specialist is a certification that attests that the bearer has completed the educational requirements necessary to help non-clinical care professionals learn the essential information and skills to help trauma survivors recover fully. This certification is valuable for non-clinical trauma professionals, mental health staff, nurses, emergency first responders, …read more

Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist-S (CCTSS) Sex-trafficking and exploitation


Sex trafficking is a global crisis that is growing in number and touching every one of our communities. The connections with the Internet, social media, pornography, sex, drugs, crime, and terrorism make sex trafficking a very real domestic and international issue. Trafficking is a complex epidemic and is misunderstood in…read more

Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist-A (CCTSA) Trauma and Addiction


Those that obtain the Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist-Addiction (CCTS-A) Certification possess the educational information to understand how trauma can affect treatment presentation, engagement, and the outcome of behavioral health services. Additionally, understanding trauma’s relationship to and with addiction is crucial to overcoming the mental, behavioral…read more

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