The Trauma Model Therapy Certification Program is intended for Therapists and Counselors, which include but is not limited to: Ph.D., LPC, LCSW, SW, LMFT, and allied professionals in the fields of behavioral health and mental health. View a list of approved continuing education providers.
The instructors for Trauma Model Therapy Certification include: Colin A. Ross, M.D. and Melissa Caldwell Engle, MS, LPC, ATR. The level of the activity is intermediate and advanced.
Requirements for participating and completing The Ross Institute Trauma Model Therapy Certification Program:
The primary goals of the Ross Institute are:
The objectives of the Trauma Model Therapy Certification Program are:
54 clock hours for NBCC counselors and Texas State Social Workers
*Please note that 8.25% sales tax will be added to orders shipped to Texas.
Steps to obtain certification:
Required certification training materials:
If you need assistance, please call Tere at 972-918-9588.
The Ross Institute will refund the entire certification cost including all materials if they are returned un-opened and un-used. All books, DVD's, and CD's are shrink wrapped. If items have been opened and you want a refund, we will refund the certification cost of $121.00, but we cannot refund any of the purchased materials once opened. The Ross Institute issues the certification. Participants purchase the books and DVD's through Manitou Communications, a separate company owned and operated by Colin A. Ross, M.D.
Feedback From Therapists in Florida
"It's been challenging to me, as a professional, to see how your key concepts (attachment to the perpetrator, locus of control shift, triangle, problem is not the problem, etc.) take root at such an early age. It helps give me language to use with the parents. We will never be the same clinicians after learning the Trauma Model."
"Our counseling practice just completed over a year of working through the Trauma Model Therapy Certification... We all witnessed greater self-efficacy in our clients as seen by the ability to use a shared language to communicate their inner experience... My most severe and complex clients moved into deeper work, and I saw how working through the tenets of your model facilitated their growth. I feel more confident and organized in my thinking and clinical skills with the Trauma Model as the foundation."