Course description

Welcome to the accredited level one Trauma Healing Practitioner course, where you will embark on a transformative journey to understand, address, and heal the deep wounds of trauma. This comprehensive course is designed to equip mental health professionals, support workers, educators, and individuals with the knowledge, skills, and strategies necessary to navigate the complex landscape of trauma and facilitate healing.

In this course, we will explore the multifaceted aspects of trauma, examining its different types, including acute, chronic, and complex trauma. We will delve into the profound impacts trauma has on the psychological and physiological well-being of individuals, unraveling the intricate relationship between trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). By gaining a deep understanding of trauma's far-reaching effects, you will develop empathy and insight into the experiences of trauma survivors.

Our journey continues as we explore trauma neuroscience and psychophysiology, unraveling the fascinating workings of the brain in response to trauma. You will discover the intricate interplay between the amygdala, hippocampus, and prefrontal cortex, as well as the long-term impact trauma has on these key brain regions. Understanding the neurobiological perspective of trauma is crucial for tailoring effective interventions and promoting healing.

We will delve into various theoretical frameworks and models for trauma healing, such as trauma-informed care, cognitive behavioral therapies, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), somatic experiencing, and attachment theory. Through comprehensive exploration, you will gain insights into evidence-based practices and therapeutic approaches that empower trauma survivors to embark on their healing journeys.

Essential skills for trauma healing practitioners will be honed, including empathy development, active listening, effective communication, trigger navigation, safety planning, and the establishment of healthy boundaries. Additionally, we will delve into the legal and ethical considerations for practitioners, ensuring ethical and responsible practice.

One of the course's highlights is our focus on implementing trauma healing through engaging case studies and best practices. You will learn to create trauma-informed environments, design individualized trauma-healing plans, and integrate multidisciplinary approaches. Through real-life case studies, we will explore managing complex trauma and evaluating success by tracking outcomes and measures in trauma healing.

At the heart of this course is the empowerment of learners to make a lasting impact. By the end, you will be equipped to provide trauma-informed care, promote resilience, and facilitate meaningful healing. Whether you are a mental health professional seeking to enhance your practice, an educator creating a trauma-informed classroom, a support worker aiding trauma survivors, or an individual with a personal interest in trauma healing, this course is your gateway to unlocking the power of resilience and restoration.

Join us on this transformative journey and become a catalyst for trauma healing. Enroll today and equip yourself with the knowledge, skills, and tools to make a meaningful difference in the lives of trauma survivors. Together, let us create a world where healing and growth are within reach for all.

Who this course is for:

  • Mental health professionals seeking to specialize in trauma healing and expand their knowledge and skills.

  • Social workers aiming to enhance their understanding of trauma and its effects on individuals and communities.

  • Trauma Support Workers: Professionals involved in providing support and assistance to trauma survivors, such as crisis counselors, hotline operators, and victim advocates.

  • Healthcare Providers: Nurses, doctors, and other medical professionals who encounter patients with trauma-related issues and want to better understand the neurobiological impact of trauma.

  • Educators and School Staff: Teachers, school counselors, and administrators who want to create trauma-informed environments and support students who have experienced trauma.

  • Social Service Providers: Professionals working in various social service settings, including child welfare agencies, domestic violence shelters, and rehabilitation centers, who aim to enhance their trauma-informed care skills.

  • Nonprofit Organization Staff: Employees and volunteers of organizations that provide trauma support services, including community centers, crisis centers, and advocacy groups.

  • Law Enforcement and First Responders: Police officers, firefighters, paramedics, and other emergency personnel who encounter trauma survivors in their line of work and want to improve their understanding of trauma's impact.

  • Rehabilitation Specialists: Occupational therapists, physical therapists, and rehabilitation counselors who work with individuals recovering from traumatic injuries or accidents.

  • Humanitarian Aid Workers: Professionals involved in international or domestic relief efforts, including disaster response teams, who want to develop trauma-informed approaches to their work.

  • Researchers and Academics: Scholars and researchers in the field of psychology, neuroscience, or trauma studies who seek a comprehensive understanding of trauma healing principles.

  • Individuals with Personal Interest: Anyone who has a personal interest in trauma healing, self-growth, and understanding the impact of trauma on the human mind and body.

What you'll learn:

  • Understand the different types of trauma and their psychological and physiological impacts.

  • Explain the neurobiological processes involved in the brain's response to trauma.

  • Recognize the role of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in trauma development.

  • Apply trauma-informed care principles and practices in professional settings.

  • Identify evidence-based therapeutic approaches for trauma healing, such as CBT, EMDR, and somatic experiencing.

  • Analyze the impact of trauma on various populations, considering cultural and contextual factors.

  • Develop empathy, active listening, and communication skills when working with trauma survivors.

  • Implement strategies to navigate triggers, promote safety planning, and set appropriate boundaries.

  • Evaluate the ethical and legal considerations involved in trauma healing practice.

  • Design individualized trauma healing plans and measure outcomes using validated assessment tools.


  • No prior skills or experience are required to enroll in this course. It is designed to accommodate learners at various levels, including beginners. All necessary knowledge and concepts will be covered in the course materials.

  • Access to a computer or mobile device with internet connectivity is recommended to engage with the course content and participate in any interactive elements.

  • A curious mindset and a commitment to learning and personal growth in the field of trauma healing are the only prerequisites.

Course curriculum

  • 2

    Understanding Trauma

  • 3

    Trauma Neuroscience and Psychophysiology

    • Introduction

    • Neuroplasticity How Healing Changes the Brain

    • Polyvagal Theory A Key to Understanding Trauma Response

    • The Body Keeps the Score Trauma and the Physical Body

    • The Stress Response System and Trauma

    • Unraveling the Complexity of Trauma Insights from Chapter Two

  • 4

    Theoretical Frameworks and Models for Trauma Healing

    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapies for Trauma

    • Attachment Theory and Trauma

    • Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care

    • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

    • Somatic Experiencing and Body-Based Therapies

    • Exploring Theoretical Frameworks and Models for Trauma Healing

  • 5

    Essential Skills for a Trauma Healing Practitioner

    • Developing Empathy and Compassion

    • Active Listening and Communication Skills

    • Navigating Triggers and Safety Planning

    • Setting Boundaries and Managing Secondary Trauma

    • Legal and Ethical Considerations for Practitioners

    • Essential Skills for a Trauma Healing Practitioner Nurturing Empathy, Boundaries, and Safety

  • 6

    Implementing Trauma Healing_ Case Studies and Best Practices

    • Creating a Trauma-Informed Environment

    • Designing Individualized Trauma Healing Plans

    • Integrating Multidisciplinary Approaches Case Study 1

    • Managing Complex Trauma Case Study 2

    • Evaluating Success Outcomes and Measures in Trauma Healing

    • Creating Trauma-Informed Environments Empowering Healing and Resilience

  • 7

    Course Resources

    • Finally Detached Detachment Affirmations

    • Quizzes Trauma Healing Level One

Meet your instructor!

Finally Detached
Initiated Curandero, Clinical Psychedelic Guide, Creator

Welcome to the universe of Finally Detached, a psychedelic-based mindfulness and educational platform dedicated to helping individuals unlock their inner potential and embrace the power of self-healing. 

Our journey began with an enlightening encounter with a Taino elder, Don Hongo, author of 'The Mushroom Speaks', whose teachings opened up a new realm of understanding and spiritual exploration. 

Our founder has traveled to remote corners of the world, immersing himself in diverse cultures and practices, deepening his understanding of the human mind and spirit. He emerged as a certified facilitator in Mindfulness/Meditation, a Law Of Attraction Coach, Yoga Therapist, Hypnotherapist, Sound Healing Practitioner, and a knowledgeable Psychedelic Guide.

His journey sparked a profound realization about the mental constraints we impose on ourselves through our attachments, perspectives, and subconscious thought patterns. This insight led to a transformational revelation: "If we are our own healers, then we are in turn our own destroyers". Motivated by this awakening, he decided to detach from dogmatic beliefs and embark on a deep, purifying process of self-realization. 

This journey is at the heart of Finally Detached, inspiring the creation of our courses. Finally Detached is committed to empowering you with the tools and knowledge you need to become your own healer. We remove the middlemen and "gurus", fostering an environment that encourages self-discovery and growth. 

Our courses are a reflection of our belief that the most potent medicine is within you. By joining us, you embark on a transformative journey towards understanding, awakening, and ultimately, liberating your true self. Welcome to Finally Detached. Let's explore the universe within.

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