Independently licensed, master’s prepared mental health professionals, including:
A detailed listing of eligible professionals can be found here.
Prerequisite: Hold a CCTP Certification or evidence equivalency. Once the prerequisite is met, a minimum of 24 hours of continuing education in specific complex trauma assessment and treatment topics, with 6 of those hours specific to trauma treatment modalities. Click here for details.
Wondering if a course meets the requirements for Certification? Submit a copy of or link to the course title, speaker, outline and learning objectives to firstname.lastname@example.org for review.
The applicant must attest that, over the course of their career, he/she has worked with at least 5 clients who have suffered from complex trauma for a minimum of 6 months in duration and has received at least 10 hours of consultation and/or supervision.
To maintain Certification, a renewal is required. After your initial 2-year Certification, you have the option to renew for 2 years. A 2-year renewal requires 12 clock hours of Complex Trauma, PTSD, EMDR, IFS, Trauma-Focused CBT, Somatic Experiencing, Dissociation or Cognitive Processing Therapy continuing education.
Sample renewal trainings include:
Complete details can be found here.
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