This course is where you will submit a personal narrative reflection, demonstrating that you’ve internalized the subject matter. In order to purchase this certificate course you have to have either purchased the TIC Practitioner Training in the past year, or purchase the two concurrently. Additionally, completing the TIC training course is a prerequisite for this course. If you’ve purchased, but not finished, the core training, you’ll need to do so before you can begin this one.
Note: If you’re purchasing this training for someone else, please select “group” below, make sure not to click the “enroll me” button, and leave the quantity at one. This will make you the “group leader” and will allow you to enroll the person you’re registering at “Manage My Group”
Alternatively, if you’re registering multiple people but also want to register yourself, click “group”, “enroll me”, and change the quantity to the total number, yourself included.
About This Course:
There’s only one assignment inside – submitting a personal narrative reflection, demonstrating that you have absorbed the material by auditing your own life experience.
The narrative is not graded, per se, but each submission is manually reviewed by our TIC mentors and they/we reserve the right to insist on a deeper self-reflection if they/we deem the effort to be insufficient.
Once you’ve successfully completed the checkout process, we will provide you instructions for writing and submitting your narrative reflection.
Upon submission, one of our mentors will review the document, provide feedback, and either approve or reject it within two weeks.
Have a question or concern about this course?
Kind of yes, kind of no.
CEUs are a tricky thing. There are thousands of governing boards for the hundreds of fields we're trying to reach with TIC. Every one of those boards requires submission, review, approval, etc.
In order to jump through all those hoops we'd need a full time staff member - whose sole job is pleading for board approval. That, in turn, would drive up the cost of the training.
Instead, we've found that asking your governing board to consider approving your training prior to registering has proven successful for many, many learners.
If your board gives the official OK, the training is good for 20 contact hours.
Our training is not a single, specific practice.
Instead, it presents a systematic, eclectic framework for healing developmental trauma.
Developed over thirty years of clinical research, this framework's theoretical and clinical components are drawn from a variety of trauma-informed, evidence-based practices including but not limited to:
- Gestalt Therapy
- Somatic Experiencing
- Polyvagal Theory
- Internal Family Systems Model
- Nonviolent Communication
- Somatic Trauma Therapies
Absolutely not. You're certified for life.
You can do it either way.
You can purchase the training now and the certification later, spacing out the expense, or buy them both right now.
Just be sure to put the training in your shopping cart first because the checkout process won't allow you to add the certification to your cart unless the training has been added first (or purchased within the last year).
As long as you want! There are no time limits or restrictions.
We do indeed. Contact us for a custom quote.
No, there are no Power Points with the course, it's all online content delivered via a Learning Management System.
The course is roughly twenty contact hours of instruction.
The training is entirely self-paced. That said, we usually suggest eight weeks as a reasonable time frame.