THE ACADEMY IS CELEBRATING ITS 25TH ANNIVERSARY

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Compassion Fatigue Resiliency & Recovery–Educator

Dr. Anna Baranowsky

Traumatology Institute (Canada)

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Learn about Compassion Fatigue & Burnout warning signs and resiliency strategies. Refresh your outlook by exploring what happens in high demand careers or when caring for others where exposure to secondary trauma is a common element. Find out what approaches work well to re-energize and replenish yourself when demands seem overwhelming.

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Group Approaches with Trauma Survivors: Clinical

Dr. Anna Baranowsky

Traumatology Institute (Canada)

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Our Group Approaches with Trauma Survivors course investigates clinical strategies to group intervention with trauma survivors. The foundation of this program will be therapeutic group methods with recovery and personal awareness components. Multiple types of course promotions and intake/admission procedures will be addressed.

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Tools of Trauma: A Cognitive Behavioral Approach

Dr. Anna Baranowsky

Traumatology Institute (Canada)

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Our Tools for Trauma: A CBT Approach course is our most popular and easily the most powerful course in the CT training stream. Now that you have learned about how to intervene at the earliest stage, how to assess your client and provide recovery recommendations considering individual identities and background, it is time that we learn the practical techniques for trauma therapy with TI-204.

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Standards of Trauma Care: Attachment, Systems & Context

Dr. Anna Baranowsky

Traumatology Institute (Canada)

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Our Standards of Trauma Care course will help you identify these individual characteristics and other factors that affect the treatment program you create. We guide you in a deeper understanding of your clients’ background and history, their mode of Development & Attachment, community & familial systems and context, connecting them to specific care approaches.

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Overview of Assessment & Interventions

Dr. Anna Baranowsky

Traumatology Institute (Canada)

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Our Overview of Assessment & Interventions course is an essential guide to learning how to conduct proper assessments resulting in an appropriate diagnosis or pre-screening evaluations. This course addresses assessment approaches, clinical interventions, research, theory and practical applications to help the trauma care professional assist clients. The syllabus focuses on the process by which one could conduct assessments that could add to an appropriate diagnosis. Participants will gain the skills to be able to recognize the differences between usual and distressed behavior, approach cases with skill, and have minimal adverse effects upon the client, family and community.

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Early Intervention Field Traumatologist

Dr. Anna Baranowsky

Traumatology Institute (Canada)

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November 30, 2019

Florida

December 1, 2019

Pennsylvania

December 31, 2019

New York

Our Early Intervention Field Traumatologist training is designed to give you skills to assist in responding promptly and effectively to natural or human caused disasters from the perspective of both the emergency responders and mental health professionals. You will gain skills in providing support in the immediate aftermath of trauma. Dr. Baranowsky designed the Early Intervention Field Traumatologist course specifically to alleviate all doubts of the crisis and emergency responders, of how to provide support in the immediate aftermath of trauma.

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diplomate credential

The Diplomate distinction is a prestigious credential awarded to members that recognizes their experience in working with survivors of traumatic events and/or crisis management, knowledge, training and level of education.

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DIPLOMATE CREDENTIAL

fellowship credential

The Fellowship designation is the highest honor the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and National Center for Crisis Management can bestow upon a member. This designation is awarded to Diplomates who have made significant contributions to the field and to the Academy or the Center.

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FELLOWSHIP CREDENTIAL

THE MISSION OF THE ACADEMY

  • INCREASE AWARENESS

    Increase Awareness of Effects of Traumatic Events and Crisis Situations on Human Functioning  

  • LOOK BEYOND PHYSICAL NEEDS

    Enable Professionals to Look Beyond Physical and Safety Needs and also Address Emergent Psychological Needs

  • ESTABLISH STANDARDS

    Improve the Quality of Support and Intervention and Establish Meaningful Standards Among Professionals Across Disciplines

  • TRAINING AND EDUCATION

    Provide Information and Training through it’s Educational Resource Center and Premier Speakers Bureau

  • SUrVIVOR TO THRIVER

    Ultimately to Assist Victims to Become Survivors and then Thrivers