About course material & structure
As you are getting into the first lectures of the course, we wanted to start with giving you some idea of what to expect in regards to content and structure.
This course has been built around a "practitioner–scholar model" of instruction.
In that, it is our desire for this course to impart a lot of practical application points for those who work as behavioral health/helping providers.
But students of this course should know that the curriculum also includes lectures that focus on research/scholarly articles and other resources, as it is also our desire to help form the thinking/conceptualization process of our students as they consider their work around helping others resolve trauma.
Continuing education (CE) hours for article reading will be calculated using the NBCC and ASWB model of 1,500 words equals 0.25 clock hours.
This course has been designed for practitioners at the graduate level or higher. And though all helping-professionals, and even those just interested in the topic, are welcomed to take this course, please note that research, as well as application, will be explored through the curriculum.
See above in the upper-right section of the screen where it says "Complete and Continue"- or simply the right pointing arrow (>) if you are in a mobile device or in the app- make sure to click this when done to progress through the course to the next lecture.
Because this course offer continuing education hours with the material, lectures must be progressed though in order.