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For organizations and community governments, the ability to provide in-house professional development and on-boarding training for new hires is vital for sustainability and implementation of trauma-informed care practices. 

In this training, participants will learn how to effectively facilitate the training and assess the level of understanding of their own training participants. As we provide in-depth training to ensure quality trainers, our approach to this particular training requires participants to first engage in the training as students and then to engage in the training as facilitators, which doubles the total time for each level of training, but creates highly effective trainers.


Customization Possible:

If your organization or community would prefer to engage in a custom event, we have decades of experience in developing and delivering custom curriculum for participants and in service of training facilitators as trainers.

Contact us to discuss how we can meet your specific needs. 

Train-the-Trainer Modules

Course 1: A Healing Journey: Foundations in Trauma-informed Care Practices

Course 2: Healing Together: Foundations of Trauma-responsiveness

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Course 3: Facilitating Healing: Trauma-informed Clinical Practices

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Building upon the foundational understanding of Course 1: Foundations of Trauma-informed Care Practices: A Healing Journey, this course provides a deeper understanding of Trauma-informed principles with focus on impact of relational and developmental trauma, generational trauma, and neglect through a lens of resilience and relational healing.

The course covers 12 hours of content, which can be facilitated over two 6-hour sessions or over three 4-hour sessions. 

Building upon the foundational understanding of Course 1: A Healing Journey and Course 2: Healing Together, this course deepens trauma-informed care practices with a focus on clinical responsiveness to the impacts of trauma, including recognizing and moderating the effects of Secondary Traumatic Stress.

The course covers 9 hours of content, which can be facilitated over two 4.5-hour sessions or over three 3-hour sessions. 

This course is designed to introduce TIC concepts, wellness, ethical principles, and resiliency resources to every person. 

The course covers 8 hours of content, which can be facilitated within a single day or over two 4-hour sessions.

Program Outline

The facilitator training would require that participants first participate in the whole course as a student, then facilitate sections of the training for the other participants and the master facilitator. As participants are facilitating their sections, they are being evaluated on their understanding of content, time management, and participant management. 


If the participant is rated unsatisfactorily, they will be invited to participate in the next training session with a mentor’s support to assist in development of facilitation skills. If the participant is still rated unsatisfactorily, the participant should be asked to engage in the training courses as a student and reapply to become a trainer after the successful completion of course work.


If the participant is rated satisfactorily, they will be invited to facilitate a future training, paired with a mentor to assist in facilitation of the entire course. If the mentor certifies that the trainer is competent as a facilitator, they will be invited to facilitate training courses independently or to partner with other facilitators to conduct training sessions for public classes. If the mentor recommends continued support, the facilitator would continue to be paired with a master facilitator for future facilitation of courses until the mentor recommends independent facilitation.

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