Training and Supervision
Reaching HOPE is committed to the growth of trauma-informed care. We work with students, professionals, and organizations to provide valuable trainings and consultations on trauma-informed care.
Externship for Doctoral Students
Reaching HOPE offers a 1+year supervised doctoral practicum to students training to become psychologists and are interested in receiving trauma-specific training. Practicum students learn with close and supportive supervision from Reaching HOPE Staff psychologists, and work side-by-side with trauma specialists by co-leading family therapy sessions. Practicum students also conduct individual therapy with children, teens, and adults who are impacted by trauma. For more information, email us at JoinOurTeam@ReachingHOPE.org.
Pre-doctoral Psychology Internship
Reaching HOPE is a minor rotation site within the APA-accredited Pre-doctoral Internship at University of Colorado School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine. Interns select a minor rotation site to acquire additional training in an area of interest for 6 months. The Reaching HOPE minor rotation offers experience conducting therapy with children, teens, parents, and families who have survived complex trauma. We use a phase-based model for treating complex trauma in family systems. Interns will join a dynamic team of psychologists who tackle intergenerational trauma with a unique approach—the whole family system (ages 2-75+) is seen by the whole treatment team (everyone with their own individual therapist).
Presentations & Trainings for Professionals
Reaching HOPE offers trainings for professionals on a variety of topics related to trauma-integrated care. Examples include:
- Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention
- Psychological Responses to Trauma
- Complex PTSD in Family Systems
- Relationship Violence in Adolescent Families
- Breaking the Parallel Process of Helplessness for Providers
Consultation with Organizations
Psychologists at Reaching HOPE are available to consult with your organization on how to start integrating trauma-informed care into your agency. Frequently requested consultation topics include:
- Creating and implementing trauma recovery services
- Educating staff on trauma-informed practices
- Addressing and preventing vicarious trauma and burnout