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Becoming Trauma Informed: A Primer for Educators

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You will learn the basic understanding of psychological trauma and its impact in both K-12 and higher education and strategies for intervention. Learners will be able to recognize and respond to signs of traumatic stress and know where to find additional help when necessary.

This course will be delivered in a self-paced, asynchronous format, there are no synchronous meetings or collaborative components.

This course will be delivered in a self-paced, asynchronous format, there are no synchronous meetings or collaborative components.

More than two-thirds of people report experiencing at least one traumatic event by age 16. For some, school is a respite from the anxiety and worry at home, but for others, well-meaning teachers are doing more harm than good by not being trauma-aware. It is essential that educators know how to identify and help students who face the impacts of trauma.

This program is designed for: K-12 teachers, staff, and administrators, higher-ed faculty, and student affairs staff.

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Program Details:

  • Program Format: Online, self-guided
  • Cost: $0
  • CEUs (Continuing Education Units): 1
  • Length of Program: 1-2 hours
  • Time Limit: 180 days (this indicates the amount of time you have to complete the course once you have completed Registration & Payment)

Refund Policy: This course is delivered in a self-paced, online format; access to the course materials is provided at the time of purchase. This course/program is non-refundable. No refunds will be given for any reason. By enrolling in the course/program, you agree to this policy.

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