Dr. Anna B. Baranowsky began the Traumatology Institute in 1999 after requests for national and international training (see psychink.com and ticlearn.com). T.I. training programs have become the favorite of clinicians who are seeking comprehensive skills in post-trauma response and compassion fatigue resiliency care. Since that time T.I. has trained thousands of professionals worldwide.
The Traumatology Institute, Ticlearn and now “TraumaLine1” have been developed to provide the best training and care in the emerging field of trauma and compassion fatigue response. Dr. Baranowsky has guided her career to meet the needs of trauma survivors, (their family, friends and colleagues, organizations requiring consultation), and professionals seeking personal care and training to advance their knowledge in the field.
Dr. Baranowsky’s guiding principle has been the development of service to advance care and training in this field. She has remained dedicated to this goal and has now identified a service gap in the area of matching trauma care seekers with trauma care providers.
THE TRAUMATOLOGY INSTITUTE
The Traumatology Institute (Canada) was established in 1998 following intensive course development at Florida State University in 1997 with experienced traumatologist’s Dr. Anna B. Baranowsky, Dr. J. Eric Gentry, Dr. Charles Figley, and Kathleen Dunning.
Dr. Anna B. Baranowsky established the Traumatology Institute (Canada) in 1998. It was at this point that the independent curriculum currently being offered was developed and enhanced by Dr.’s Baranowsky and Gentry. This comprehensive curriculum leads to competency in Field Trauma Response, Clinical Traumatology, Community & Workplace Traumatology and Compassion Fatigue Care. The Traumatology Institute Training Curriculum (TITC) provided foundational training for those Certified Traumatologists involved in recovery interventions for over 4,700 people following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York City and thousands of traumatologists nationally and internationally. Our trained clinicians have continued to offer services wherever called to action.
For those wanting additional international recognition for their TITC courses partner certifying organizations include the Academy of Traumatology Commission on Certification & Accreditation (COCA). Training programs are also recognized by the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress (AAETS). Students successfully completing the curriculum can apply for AAETS designation.
“TraumaLine1” is a division of the Traumatology Institute. Our goal is to help Trauma Survivors search for skilled and dedicated trauma counselors, consultants and trainers.
Mental Health Counseling and care for trauma survivors requires special training and an understanding of the impact of trauma on survivors, their families and communities. Getting the right help can lead to progress in trauma recovery.
“TraumaLine1” will help to guide your search for professionals
specially trained in trauma care.
“TraumaLine1” matches trauma survivors with
qualified trauma care professionals.