These 4 units are foundational courses detailing the nature of trauma, its impact on individuals both physically and emotionally, as well as its impact on family and community functioning. Students, whether enrolled in the specialty or not, must complete Block A1 coursework prior to enrolling in select Block B courses.
Block A Courses
TRMA 500 Introduction to Traumatology & Trauma-Informed Care
TRMA 501 Best Practices in Trauma-Informed Care
TRMA 502 Interpersonal Neurobiology of Trauma
TRMA 503 Grief and Loss Across the Lifespan
*This course is a prerequisite for TRMA 501, but may be waived with professor permission.
- Counseling Degree Programs
- Become a Counselor
- Become a Marriage, Couple and Family Therapist/Counselor
- Become a School Counselor
- Become a School Psychologist
- Admission Requirements
Centers & Clinics
- Northwest Center for Play Therapy Studies
- Trauma Response Institute
- Individual & Family Matters Counseling Clinic
- Faculty & Staff
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Offered at the Portland Center.