Trauma-Informed Professional Practice (TIPP) Certificate Training Program
The Trauma-Informed Professional Practice (TIPP) Certificate Training Program for Mental Health Professionals is designed to assist helping professionals in their quest to understand the impact of trauma in the lives of those they support. With the overall purpose of developing and strengthening trauma-informed practices, participants will gain knowledge to help them increase psychological and emotional safety in their professional spaces. The course consists of 16 video-based modules
created to help participants gain an understanding of trauma, trauma reactions, and the physiological effects of trauma.
Additionally, participants will learn information about trauma-informed practices and build skills specific to their profession. Experts in the mental health field collaborated with CED's NCA-STAR to share their knowledge and experience as trainers for this course. Participants will hear from researchers, educators, and practitioners who will help to deepen the understanding of trauma. Learners will gain insight into the impact of trauma on diagnosis, assessment, and evidence-based practices. With each hour of content, engagement in the course happens in a combination of ways including watching recordings, reading, taking content quizzes, and participating in discussion boards and reflective activities.
A sampling of TIPP topics:
- What Is Trauma & Where Does It Come From
- Impact of Trauma Across the Lifespan
- Practitioner Wellness
- Trauma’s Systemic Impact
- Trauma’s Impact on Brain & Body
- Building a Trauma-Informed Approach
- Trauma’s Impact on Diagnosis & Assessment
- Multicultural Considerations
- Vicarious Trauma & the Ethics of Provider Wellness
- Evidence-Based Treatment for Trauma
UNC Greensboro's Department of Counseling and Educational Development has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 3014. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. UNC Greensboro — Department of Counseling and Educational Development is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
Participants who have registered for the TIPP program can receive a partial refund if the participant has not viewed any of the program material on the MOODLE site. No refund is available for participants who have accessed or viewed the program material on the MOODLE site.
You will have access to the training for 365 days or until the training has been completed. Once you have been enrolled for 365 days or completed the training (whichever occurs first) you will be removed from the training and no longer have access to the materials.
Please note: Once you begin the modules you cannot get a refund. If applicable, participants can be granted a partial refund of $314 which constitutes the registration fee minus a $35 service charge. No other refunds are offered.
Extension requests must be submitted prior to the 365th day of enrollment. A 30 day extension may be granted at that time if the request is warranted.
For questions, concerns or complaints related to the TIPP Training, contact Dr. Rebecca Mathews at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unauthorized disclosure or use of contents included is prohibited. Any information included in the course is considered proprietary and should not be copied, shared or distributed for any reason. Requests for documents not provided in the course will be denied. Should you intentionally allow others access to the content of the online training or share training content your certificate of completion will be withheld. After a certificate has been issued the University holds the right to revoke all evidence of completion should breach of this contract occur. Once you have been enrolled for 365 days you will automatically be removed from the course and no longer have access to the materials.