Crisis & Trauma Counseling in Clinical Counseling supports students to acquire the knowledge, and to develop the skills and professional dispositions, associated with providing crisis and trauma counseling to diverse populations. The course aligns with and supports 20/20: A Vision for the Future of Counseling’s unified definition of counseling as a professional relationship that empowers diverse individuals, families, and groups to accomplish mental health, wellness, education, and career goals.
- Office of the State of Connecticut Child Advocate (2014). Shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School: Report of the Child Advocate. (Included in the course materials)
- Owens, E., Parsons, R. (2018) Crisis and Trauma Counseling: Unique Forms of Helping. Cognella Academic Publishing, San Diego, California. ISBN-13: 978-1516528035
Frequently Asked Questions
- Fulfill LPCC Additional Coursework requirements
- Are work at your own pace with no start or end dates. Anyone can register at any time.
- Awards continuing education hours upon successful completion
The course is designed to meet requirements outlined in the STATUTES AND REGULATIONS RELATING TO THE PRACTICES OF PROFESSIONAL CLINICAL COUNSELING MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPY EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK, California Board of Behavioral Sciences, Section 4999.33 (L), January 2017.