IBH 6031

About This Course

This course will give students a foundation for assessing and treating post-trauma responses in various populations through the exploration of current theory, conceptualization, and models related to trauma and crisis intervention. Major treatment approaches to be covered will include stress-inoculation therapy (SIT), cognitive processing therapy (CPT), seeking safety, and eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). Special emphasis will be given to survivors of various types of trauma (e.g. historical trauma, abuse/neglect) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

To fulfill the degree requirement, you can choose to take this course or IBH 6036.

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Information Subject to Change

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