Trauma Training

The Trauma Training Fact Sheet gives facts on trauma concerning different age groups, social groups, and working groups. 

Seeking Safety is a present-focused, evidence-based coping skills approach developed as an integrated treatment for co-morbid issues regarding trauma (PTSD) and substance use disorders (SUD). It does not require the client to dwell on the past, although it can be combined with trauma-processing methods. The primary goal of Seeking Safety is to promote recovery by assisting the individual in developing strategies to keep them safe from the effects of trauma, and the painful impact of substance use. Registration information for the next Seeking Safety training is listed below. 

Feb
9

Seeking Safety Training

Seeking Safety is a present-focused, evidence-based coping skills approach developed as an integrated treatment for co-morbid issues regarding trauma (PTSD) and substance use disorders (SUD). It does not require the client to dwell on the past, although it can be combined with trauma-processing methods. The primary goal of Seeking Safety is to promote recovery by assisting the individual in developing strategies to keep them safe from the effects of trauma, and the painful impact of substance use. 

This training does not require any license in order to become certified. However, due to the limited number of slots available, we ask that priority be given to the treatmentcoordinator, case manager.  Program Coordinators should download the Seeking Safety MOU document, obtain all the required signatures, and submit  the MOU with registration.