What does Cctp stand for?

Certified Clinical Trauma Professional
Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP)

What can a Cctp do?

A CCTP therapist can work with you to explore ways to ease symptoms and improve quality of life. The therapist will conduct a physical and psychological evaluation to diagnose the condition. Then, a treatment plan is created that addresses the unique needs of the individual.

What does it mean to be trauma certified?

A Certified Trauma Professional has experience in treatment of shock trauma, developmental trauma, relational trauma and complex PTSD. Depression, anxiety, self-harm, attachment difficulties, and addictive compulsive behaviors are some of the many ways that trauma may manifest in the individual.

What is Cctp II?

This Certification is intended for the professional who has an existing knowledge about trauma and an overview of trauma treatment modalities (CCTP for example or evidence of equivalency). The Level II certification builds from that foundation and adds skills and tools designed to promote trauma healing.

What does CCTP stand for?

Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) Training Course by PESI – Certification Included! Clinical Trauma Professional 2-Day Certification Training Workshop by Maryland CEU Institute – Certification Fee Included!

What is the CCTP certification course?

Learn tools and strategies that will transform your practice and your trauma treatment outcomes. This course also offers counselors the education needed to become a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP). Counselors receive more than 50% off the video course through February 11, 2020.

How do I renew my CCTP certification?

Apply Now! To maintain CCTP certification, a renewal is required. After your initial 1-year certification, you have the option to renew for 1, 2 or 3 years. A 1-year renewal requires 6 clock hours of trauma-focused continuing education since you were last certified; a 2-year renewal requires 12 clock hours, and a 3-year renewal requires 18 hours.

How do I become a certified trauma Professional (CTP)?

To acquire the base level certification of Certified Trauma Professional the applicant must demonstrate knowledge of the following principles at a professional level. These principles are covered in the trainings. Identify the events and seminal figures that contributed to the development of the field of traumatic stress.