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Trauma & Resilience Programs

Trauma & Resilience Programs

Created to address the growing demands on professionals who work directly with people affected by traumatic experiences, the new programs will empower them to address real-world challenges they face while working with people in crisis. CSP is offering two options for graduate students: A 15-credit graduate certificate that includes five courses that can be completed in 10 months, and a Masters degree with an emphasis in human service trauma, resilience, and self-care that includes 30 credits of coursework completed over 22 months. 

These programs are modeled after CSP’s existing Trauma & Resilience in K-12 Education graduate certificate offering. The extended focus of the new program will provide relevant, and timely knowledge through coursework focused on:

  • The foundations of trauma disorders and stressor-related disorders
  • The impact of childhood trauma on the developing brain
  • Forensic behavioral health aspects of trauma
  • The impact of trauma on family systems
  • Trauma-informed practice, self-care, and resilience strategies

Supporting those who have faced traumatic circumstances is my life mission. I realized that it is the #1 unaddressed public health threat – and I needed to do my part to stop it. The T&R degree at CSP allows those in a school setting to strengthen their skill set to best serve all students, enhance personal, professional, and student resilience, and promotes longevity as a career educator.

Kate Campbell, MA, CCTP

Program for Educators

Learn effective responses to student trauma
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Program For Human Service Professionals

Better understand the root causes of crisis behaviors
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CSP LAUNCHES GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN TRAUMA & RESILIENCE

CSP is expanding our reach into many professions that help people deeply affected by trauma

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“Many professions, from law enforcement to health and human services and the legal community, face extraordinary human challenges compounded by their personal traumatic experiences. Too often, professionals are unable to provide effective trauma-informed care”

Jerrod Brown, Ph.D.

Janina Cich

Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Human Services Forensic Behavioral Health and Trauma, Resilie

Jerrod Brown

Forensic Behavioral Health and Trauma, Resilience, and Self Care Strategies Program Director, Assistant Professor of Forensic Behavioral Health, Traum