CERTIFICATE IN COVID-19
In partnership with the Global Critical Incident Stress Foundation the College of Certified Psychophysiologists is pleased to announce the Certificate in Covid-19 Traumatology Program.
The certificate in COVID-19 Traumatology is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and practical skills necessary in order to address many of the physiological and mental issues that have arised as a result of the recent COVID-19 pandemic. Students will learn powerful psychophysiological knowledge of the body's response to the complex trauma associated with COVID-19 including PCTSS (Post Covid-19 Traumatic Stress Syndrome), PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and many other assoicated trauma related conditions and illnesses.
This will be combined with complementary therapy intervention skills to help treat a host of these specific medical and mental health issues. These approaches can be utilized in conjunction with medical and mental health treatments, that form a preventative and a responsive strategy with the general population-enhancing stress management, preventing illness, achieving optimal performance, and promoting wellbeing.
Successful candidates will earn the designation of C.T. after their name upon being awarded successful certification through the North American Board of Certified Psychophysiologists.
MSSP 4101- Fundamentals of Psychophysiology
MSSP 4107- Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology
MSSP 4105- Fundamentals of Psyspirology
MSSP 4001 - Human Biology
MSP 4108- Essentials of Pathophysiology
COVD 6100 Advanced Covid-19 Diagnosis & Treatment
CISD 1001 - Basic Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Certification
AWH 1000 Treating Mental Impact Of Covid-19 -Basic Workplace Homeostasis Facilitator Training