Trauma and Resilience (48530 & 48531)
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Academic hours: 65 | Credits: 4
Credits/Hours for optional third week:
Academic hours: 40 | Credits: 2
June 29-July 13, 2017, with optional third week July 16-20, 2017
Professionals and advanced students in approved fields (see below)
May 15, 2017
Tuition: US$ 1,780 | Housing: US$ 450
Costs for optional third week:
Tuition: US$ 500 | Housing: US$ 265
Relevant Academic Fields:
Psychology, sociology, trauma, public health
- Study the latest theories and research in the field of trauma.
- Understand trauma and resilience within an Israeli context.
- Discover approaches for clinical interventions and community preparedness.
- Hear from top experts in the field on local programs.
- Learn via site visits, experiential teaching, and lectures.
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We’re pleased you’re applying to join us in Jerusalem. Applicants for the Trauma program will need a resume and motivation essay in addition to the regular application materials. See our application guidelines or apply online now.
- Due to the intensive nature of this program, it cannot be taken together with other July session Summer Courses.
- Israeli citizens residing in Israel are eligible for a 25% tuition discount for the two-week course.
Clinical Training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Post-Traumatic Disorders
An optional third week of clinical training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Post-Traumatic Disorders will be conducted for clinicians who are interested in adapting their clinical skills to the trauma field. For more details on the academic aspects of this training, visit the The Israel Center for the Treatment of Psych Trauma. Please also note that you will pay tuition for this clinical training directly to the center.
We’re happy to answer any questions you might have – or to chat for a bit to help you choose the right course or program.
Call us: +972 2 588 2602
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