Expand your experience and knowledge in Trauma Studies so that you can effectively address the psychosocial needs of trauma-survivors and their families.
Lesley University’s 12-credit certificate program in Trauma Studies in Counseling and Psychology offers the opportunity for post-Master's professional counselors and other post-Master's practitioners (clinical social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists) to develop expertise in psychosocial trauma work.
The curriculum includes an overview of trauma theory and practice and will also cover specific client populations and topics.
• Psychological Trauma and Post-Trauma Therapy• Disaster Mental Health and Community Crisis Intervention• Psychological Trauma in the Lives of Children and Adolescents• Special Topics in Trauma Studies
Donna San Antonio
Assistant Professor of Counseling and Psychology
Associate Professor of Counseling and Psychology (On sabbatical Spring 2014)
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