The Certified Trauma Specialist Course

Create Safety In Your Environments with Trauma Informed Care

Trauma informed care is much needed in every part of the globe. Millions of people around the world are subjected to long term interpersonal abuse such as childhood abuse, childhood emotional neglect, domestic violence and sexual assault every year. In the United States alone 700,000 children are abused and neglected every year.

Much of this abuse goes ignored. As they become adults, these children learn to do the best they can to survive, provide for themselves and their families. Many suffer in silence with mental health issues such as Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as well as problems with relationships, jobs, handling emotions, developing identity and self-worth.

Becoming a Certified Trauma Recovery Specialist helps you relate to this desperately under-served community. As a professional in many industries for the last 30 years, I have encountered thousands of adult survivors needing and wanting to better understand themselves, their personal and professional relationships, and how they relate to the world around them. Becoming a Certified Trauma Recovery Specialist can meet this need competently and ethically.

Are you ready to learn more about trauma and its impact on people?  Would your workplace, relationships and/or Self benefit from understanding why things go off the rails when working with people?  Have you been looking for a high quality, accessible, and affordable trauma certification that models and teaches safety, how to show up with curiosity, and feel a sense of community?

Starts

January 10th, 2023
10:00 AM (EST)

January 11th, 2023
7:00 PM (EST)

10 Weeks
90 Minutes

What You’ll Learn:

– Understand trauma & how to respond to others in a trauma informed manner

– How to competently and ethically provide safe interactions through a trauma informed lens.

– How to consider contexts such as , culture, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and trangenerational aftereffects to emphatically witness a client’s unique experience

– Self-Compassion Strategies to Avoid Burn Out and Vicarious Trauma

Sign up to become a Certified Trauma Specialist and take your impact in the world to the next level.  You won’t want to miss it!  Find understanding and hope as you process, recover & apply a trauma-informed lens to your sphere of influence.   We encourage you to submit the form below to be added to our Wait List if you are interested.

Achara Tarfa B.S., CTRC-S
Instructor

I am a former Speech-Language Therapist and small business owner. Certified as a Supervisor level Trauma Recovery Coach (CTRC-S) through the International Association of Trauma Recovery Coaches (IAOTRC), I work in private practice and within the organization to further the hope of healing the world from within the biological and socioecological model of mass trauma.

Abuse is indifferent to education level, socio-economic status, race, age, or gender. I am a survivor of child sexual abuse, childhood emotional neglect. narcissistic abuse, domestic violence, miscarriage, high conflict divorce, co-parenting with a narcissist, and nonparent expected (NPE). days I live and work on the traditional lands of the Timuquana peoples of Central and Northern Florida.