Were you born to help people? When someone suffers a traumatic event, they need help and support, as does their family. This includes emotional support. Trauma can emerge from emergencies, mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence and more. A minor in Trauma Intervention, in partnership with Trauma Intervention Program (TIP), will help give you the skills needed to provide excellent support in these times of need. TIP is a group of specially trained citizen volunteers who provide emotional aid and practical support and resources to victims of traumatic events and their families in the first few hours following a tragedy.
The Trauma Intervention minor equips not only Social Science majors but also Religion and Christian Ministries majors and Health and Wellness majors in meeting the emotional needs of others in crisis.
Prerequisite: PSY 140/141
21 credits: 15 credits in residence, 12 credits upper division.
SS/COMM 200 | Interpersonal Communications | 2 credits
SW 481 | Family Violence Across the Life Span | 2 credits
PSY 314 | Abnormal Psychology | 3 credits
PSY 340 | Emotional First Aid Seminar | 1 credits
PSY 341 | Trauma Intervention Program Training | 4 credits
PSY 430 | Counseling Theory | 3 credits
PSY 441 Stress, Crisis, Trauma, and Self Care | 3 credits
PSY 392/492 Internship | 3 credits