Introduction to Trauma Exposed Professionals

Developed By
Dr. Tim Black, R. Psych.

This course has been designed for healthcare providers in an effort to highlight the unique work environments that are considered routine for those who serve in our Canadian Armed Forces and Public Safety professions.

The course will increase learner competencies in the Military/PSP - Civilian Divide, Military/PSP culture and will provide culturally specific clinical approaches to support the complex mental health needs of those who serve Canada at home and abroad.

Introduction to Trauma Exposed professionals was developed in partnership with the Atlas Institute for Veterans and Families. The Atlas Institute builds strong community networks to create a system of the best possible supports and services for veterans, first responders and their families.

Wounded Warriors Canada is grateful for their support.

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Course curriculum

    1. How to successfully complete this course:

    2. Couse Walkthrough

    1. About You:

    1. Intellectual Property

    2. Course Curriculum

    1. Instructor for this course: Dr. Tim Black

    1. Class Workbook

    2. Complete Class Workbook (Optional to Download)

    1. Video Lesson

About this course

  • $200.00
  • 22 lessons

Instructor

Dr. Tim Black

National Clinical Co-Advisor

Dr. Tim Black, R. Psych. is an Associate Professor of Counselling Psychology at the University of Victoria who specializes in Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Military to Civilian Transition and group counselling approaches.

He has been working with the Canadian military and veteran community as a clinician and researcher for 20 years, has co-developed national programs for veterans in transition, and is the co-founder and lead researcher of the Wounded Warriors COPE (Couples Overcoming PTSD Every Day) Program.

Tim has trained psychologists and counselling clinicians across Canada to work with veterans and is training the next generation of counsellors at the University of Victoria to understand issues related to veterans and their families in transition from military to civilian life.