Core Areas of Knowledge© – Credit Hours Towards Certificate
Child, Adolescent & Adult
I. Introductory Level:
|1.1. Complex post traumatic effects and responses: |
|Complex post traumatic effects and responses||3|
|Foundational areas of knowledge.||3|
|Assessment of trauma and dissociation--DES, PCL TSI-2||3|
|1.3 Treatment of complex trauma and dissociation|
|Introduction to the Treatment of Complex Trauma- Child, Adolescent or Adult||3 |
|Establishing & conducting an effective trauma therapy||3|
|Memory, trauma, and suggestibility||3|
|Staged treatment – the road map: Stage I, Stage II, Stage III models of |
| treatment of post traumatic disorders ||6|
|II. Intermediate Level|
|2.1 Intermediate Assessment |
|Frankel article, Dell & O’Neill, Loewenstein’s Office Mental Exam, MID||6 |
|2.2. Treatment of Complex Trauma & Dissociative Disorders||20 |
|2.3. Relational challenges in trauma/dissociation therapy||6 |
|2.4. Management of self-injurious behaviors||3 |
|2.5. Ethics/professional issues and risk management||6|
|III. Advanced Level|
|3.1. Advanced treatment of DID: Trauma processing, fusion/integration ||12 |
|3.2. Relational challenges in trauma/dissociation therapy ||6 |
|3.3. Tutorial on neurobiology of trauma, concepts of dissociation||6 |
|3.4. Tutorial on current research in complex trauma and dissociation||6 |
|3.5. Psychopharmacology of complex traumatic disorders||3|
|3.6 Comorbid Disorders: Medical illnesses, substance use, eating disorders||6 |
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