Workshops offered through the CTRS - Divine Mercy University

Workshops offered through the Center for Trauma and Resiliency Studies

Please note specific workshops listed for Certification(s) and those workshops that on-line participation in NOT possible.

  • Compassion Stress Management – Course meets the requirement for Certified Compassion Fatigue Educator certification.
  • Compassion Fatigue TherapistCourse meets the requirement for Certified Compassion Fatigue Therapist certification.
  • Disaster TraumaCourse meets partial requirement for Certified Field Traumatologist certification (Certification also requires the 2 compassion fatigue courses and 3 free on-line FEMA Courses; IS-100, IS-700, and IS 394.
  • Treating Traumatized Families – Course meets partial requirement for Certified Traumatologist certification.
  • Assessment and Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder – course meets partial requirement for the Certified Traumatologist certification.
  • Treating Anxiety and Phobia (EMDR Level One) – Course meets partial requirement for the Certified Traumatologist certification. This workshop cannot be taken in the on-line environment as participation must be in-person for ethical supervision purposes.
  • Child and Adolescent Trauma – Course meets partial requirement for proposed Master Traumatologist certification and is offered the same weekend as Treating Traumatized Families.
  • Grief and Loss – Course meets partial requirement for proposed Master Traumatologist certification and is offered the same weekend as Psychological First Aid.
  • Psychological First Aid – Course meets partial requirement for proposed Master Traumatologist certification and is offered the same weekend as Grief and Loss.
  • Understanding and Treating Sexual Trauma – Course meets partial requirement for proposed Master Traumatologist certification.
  • Healing Emotional/Affective Responses to Trauma (HEART Model): A Christian Approach to treating Complex Trauma and Human Trafficking. Current Model being tested in Treatment Programs for Human Trafficking in 7 Centers throughout the United States in an effort to establish Best Practice Model.
  • Other Courses will be added periodically because of interest, certifications, program affiliations, or additions to the Center’s curriculum.