Online Graduate Certificate in Practices in Trauma Recovery FAQs
On average, students complete this 12-credit-hour program in 12–18 months.
Yes, the online Graduate Certificate in Practices in Trauma Recovery requires workshops and supervision seminars, beginning when most of your coursework is complete. The workshops and seminars allow you to dive into treatment practices and focus on your clinical experience.
The online Graduate Certificate in Practices in Trauma Recovery requires that you complete eight trauma workshops. Each workshop lasts a full day, and workshops are scheduled monthly from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.EST.
You can attend workshops in person if you choose, or you can participate via Zoom. Recordings of the workshops will also be made available.
You will need to complete eight supervision seminars. Seminars occur monthly and last two hours each. You must attend all scheduled seminars.
You will attend seminars online through Zoom. There are no in-person seminars in this program.
The full calendar of workshops and seminars will be available at the start of the fall semester.
The program consists of 12 credit hours at $400 per credit hour plus there is a one-time $500 workshop fee.
What are the admissions requirements for the online Graduate Certificate in Practices in Trauma Recovery?
To gain admission to this program, you'll need:
The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) has accredited Widener University's online Graduate Certificate in Practices in Trauma Recovery.
Yes. Financial aid is available for undergraduate or graduate students, primarily in federal loans. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility. Widener University's FAFSA code is 003313.
Employer tuition reimbursement arrangements are available to qualified students with employer documentation.
Widener participates in educational benefit programs offered through the Department of Veteran Affairs and the Yellow Ribbon Program and offers matching tuition assistance to eligible undergraduate and graduate students. GI Bill™ and Post 9/11 Bill benefits are available for eligible U.S. military service members and veterans.
Once you request information, a Program Manager will be assigned to assist you with your research and your admissions file. Upon acceptance, you will have a designated Student Services Coordinator to assist you throughout your program.
The online Graduate Certificate in Practices in Trauma Recovery offers one session per year, beginning in the fall.
The online Graduate Certificate in Practices in Trauma Recovery does not accept transfer credits.
We review applications on a rolling basis throughout the year. Please request more information to get started.