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This course is the prerequisite to all other ITR courses. The skills learned will equip a person to be trauma-effective. This course benefits those working with traumatized people in any field. This is essential for support staff or mental health practitioners.
ITR “trained” Peer Support Providers and can use their knowledge and skills to intervene with someone in-person or virtually. When appropriate, peer support interventions are highly effective in group settings
ATC 101 Dates/Times 9am-5pm CT, March 10 or May 12, or Sept 1, or Dec 1, 2023
6.5 CEs with NBCC and NASW
- Look: Understand and identify traumatic stress, triggers, and functional impairment.
- Listen: Have the knowledge of confidentiality and the skills to listen and be a compassionate witness to further identify a person’s level of need.
- Access: Have the knowledge to assess levels of distress, functional impairment, and safety to determine the appropriate level of care.
- Approach (Calm/Educate): Have the knowledge to identify when someone is “ungrounded” and be able to demonstrate and explain grounding techniques and Instinctual Trauma Response psychoeducation and tasks.
- Decide (Coordinate and Connect): Have the knowledge and skills to decide how to coordinate and connect individuals to the appropriate level of care
If you plan on becoming an ITR Trained Trauma Specialist use the ITR $200 Scholarship that comes with the ATC 101 and ATC 102 Bundle Here
No Refunds or Cancellations once a seat has been reserved.