Clinical Trauma Professional Certification (CCTP):
2-Day Intensive Training
Live Real-Time Interactive Webinar
Studies have found that 90% of mental health clients have experienced a traumatic event in their lives. As practitioners, we realize that providing trauma-focused treatment is an important part of our work. These days, we are inundated with a variety of competing trauma-focused treatments; it can be hard to understand which approach might be best.
In this workshop, you’ll learn about trauma and its manifestations in neurobiology, emotions and behaviors. We’ll discuss the universal mechanisms for healing trauma and touch on the different trauma treatments. In addition, we’ll review the evidence base and efficacy for each treatment, helping you decide the best fit for both you and your client.
Working with trauma can be difficult, and in this workshop, we’ll discuss how to protect yourself from burnout while working with trauma. In addition, we’ll discuss common challenges that arise in the therapeutic alliance, and how to overcome them. By the end of this workshop, you will have built a strong foundation for trauma-focused treatment
This course includes your 1st year of certification through Evergreen Certifications. Learn more about the types of trauma certifications offered and the certification process HERE.
About the Course
June 1 & 2, 2023
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
Live Real-Time Interactive Webinar
8:30AM-4:00PM ET BOTH DAYS
$349 through May 15, 2023
$379 after May 15, 2023
$299/person for Groups 3+
Click here to register your group
Mental Health Professionals including Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, Psychologists, Addictions Counselors, other mental health professionals
Eva Chiriboga, PsyD
Dr. Eva Chiriboga is a licensed clinical psychologist in Maryland, Virginia, and DC. She has been working with trauma since 2009, beginning with her work at Sheppard Pratt Hospital on their Trauma Disorders unit. Since then, she got her Masters in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Trauma Studies from Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia PA, and her doctoral degree from Long Island University Post, a small school in Long Island that focused on providing treatment for underserved populations. In the course of her career, Dr. Chiriboga has worked with 9/11 first responders, gang members, sexual assault and domestic violence survivors, as well as military veterans. Dr. Chiriboga’s breadth of training in trauma-focused treatment allows her to address trauma treatment from a transtheoretical perspective. She is trained in Cognitive Processing Therapy, EMDR and Prolonged Exposure, as well as psychodynamic treatments for trauma. Dr. Chiriboga is also a certified yoga teacher and has become versed in mind-body techniques for treating trauma.
Dr. Chiriboga is the owner of Sanctuary at the Spring, a telehealth psychology practice.
Identify the DSM-5 Classification of Trauma & Stressor-related disorders, as well as common co-morbidities, including definition of a trauma and 5 clusters of PTSD.
Explain the neurobiology of trauma and PTSD, as well as emotional and behavioral sequelae.
Explain a transtheoretical perspective of trauma-focused treatment.
Explain the universal mechanisms that treat PTSD.
Identify various treatment modalities for trauma treatment with a review of the evidence base for each. (ie Cognitive Processing Therapy, Prolonged Exposure, Somatic Experiencing, Polyvagal Theory, IFS, EMDR, etc.).
Recognize Vicarious Trauma and Compassion Fatigue, be able to self-identify symptoms and develop a self-care plan.