CS400 Frameworks and Interventions for Trauma-Informed Care
Fall Session 2 2021
October 18th - November 26th
Lectures Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-5pm
Fall Session 2 2022
October 17th - November 25th
Lectures Mondays and Wednesdays 4-5pm
In-Person at St. James Research Centre (SJRC) in Falkirk, Scotland
Online Distance Learning
Applications for this course in Fall Session 2 2021 are still being accepted. The deadline to apply for this course in Fall Session 2 2022 is September 17th, 2022.
This course will provide a deep-dive into the implementation of trauma-informed interventions and frameworks in rehabilitation programmes for survivors of child sexual exploitation, abuse, and human trafficking. It will explore current frameworks and theoretical foundations for trauma-informed care, trauma-informed interventions, and evidence-based therapeutic approaches. This course is suited for students with any level of knowledge on human trafficking, and is specifically targeted towards social workers, foster care agencies, health care professionals, Short-Term Residential Therapeutic Programs (STRTP), and anti-human trafficking researchers and professionals.
Rehabilitative Care for Survivors of Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC)
What is Trauma?
Building a Trauma-Informed Organisation
Frameworks for Trauma-Informed Care
Theory of Aspirational Self-Alterity
Screening, Assessment, and Motivational Interviewing
Evidence-Based Therapeutic Approaches
Art, Play, and Positive Thinking: Non-Verbal Therapeutic Approaches
Identifying and Responding to Secondary Trauma
Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI)