The continuing education events displayed below cover the topic of trauma. Register today to view an upcoming event or earn CE credits by viewing a homestudy course at any time.

Trauma is a common experience in America. In the United States, 45% of children have had an adverse childhood experience (ACE) such as food insecurity or parental divorce. Among adults, 51% of women and 61% of men have undergone at least one traumatic event.

Some professionals may need continuing education units (CEUs) in trauma to renew their license. Even when trauma CEUs aren’t required, they are often relevant to one’s practice. Trauma doesn’t simply lead to PTSD—it can also contribute to more common issues such as anxiety. The vast majority of people in public behavioral health care (90%) have experienced trauma in their lifetimes. 

GoodTherapy offers many continuing education courses on trauma. Courses may discuss specific treatments for trauma, such as attachment-based therapy or exposure therapy. They may also delve into specific types of trauma, such as military PTSD or racial trauma. If you are seeking trauma-informed professional development, we have plenty of courses to choose from.


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