Trauma-Informed, resiliency-based, and Interprofessional Practice Sequence

Do you want to build expertise and advance your career through graduate-level instruction focused on resiliency-based approaches that are trauma-informed, restorative, and collaborative?

UVM’s College of Education and Social Services offers trauma-informed and resiliency-based coursework through a variety of hybrid-online formats tailored for teachers, social workers, counselors, and other health and human service professionals. Taken individually or as a sequence, the program will focus on learning applied approaches to working with children, families, and communities affected by trauma and adverse life experiences and allow you to:

  • Learn how to build trauma-informed, resilience-fostering schools and organizations that can enhance academic success, social-emotional well-being, and positive youth development.
  • Gain new skills that harness interdisciplinary collaboration to build resilience and impact trauma and adversity.
  • Build a toolkit of evidence-informed strategies for effectively engaging children, youth, and families within and beyond school walls.
  • Earn credits that may be applied to graduate degrees in education or social services at the University of Vermont.

    There are no courses that meet this criteria.

    There are no courses that meet this criteria.

    There are no courses that meet this criteria.

    A limited number of scholarships are available for students that enroll in the Fall 2019 and/or Spring 2020 courses. For further information please contact Dr. Jessica Strolin-Goltzman at jstrolin@uvm.edu.