Trauma is widespread and has no boundaries. The Drury GO Trauma and Resilience Certificate will hone your ability to:
Trauma is widespread and has no boundaries with regard to age, gender, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, geographic location, or sexual orientation. What enables people to adapt well to challenging life experiences? Resilience is key. The certificate program in trauma and resilience is designed for people who want to deepen their understanding of the ways in which traumatic events are experienced and the range of posttraumatic reactions. The program also explores factors that help people cope with stress, enhance their resiliency, and flourish.
The certificate program trauma and resilience is a stand-alone program that is not embedded in an undergraduate degree program, and prior college experience is not required for acceptance. Non-degree seeking professionals, in particular, teachers, nurses, psychologists, social workers, first responders, criminal justice workers, and ministers may find the certificate useful in enhancing their professional credentials and expanding their repertoire of skills to help people. The certificate may also be of interest to people who are interested in developing self-care plans to bolster their resilience and psychological well-being.
The Trauma and Resilience Certificate can enhance anyone’s skills, including individuals like:
The certificate in Trauma and Resilience requires 18 credit hours of coursework.