One Year Electronic Subscription
OnDemand Focus on Trauma (1-10 Clinicians)
This single item can not be purchased online. Please call Hazelden Publishing at 800-328-9000 or 651-213-4200 (outside USA) to talk with one of our sales representatives.
Get access to Hazelden Publishing's top resources for helping survivors of trauma in one place. This subscription includes evidence-based programs that can help any setting become trauma-responsive and provide gender-responsive interventions.Moving from Trauma-Informed to Trauma-Responsive: This training program for organizational change provides program administrators and clinical directors with the resources needed to become trauma-responsive. This comprehensive training program involves all staff. Beyond Trauma: This evidence-based, 12-session curriculum is designed to help women and girls recover from the effects of trauma in their lives. It can be used in any setting including outpatient, residential, therapeutic community, criminal justice, and private practice.
Subscribers receive 30% off the print version of participant workbooks. Contact your sales representative for details.Healing Trauma: This evidence-based, gender-responsive, six-session program for women is designed for settings in which a short-term intervention is needed. Available in English and Spanish. Exploring Trauma: This six-session, gender-responsive program for men is designed for settings in which a short-term intervention is needed. Available in English and Spanish. The subscription includes:
- 1,666 pages of material
- 531 minutes of video
- All facilitator guides, client sessions, reproducible materials, and videos from the program
- Additional client education resources, including videos and fact sheets
- Free, automatic content updates
- 1-10 clinicians: $799 per year
- 11-25 clinicians: $1,299 per year
- 25+ clinicians: request a quote
Get access to Hazelden Publishing's top resources for helping survivors of trauma in one place. This subscription includes evidence-based programs that can help any setting become trauma- and gender-responsive.
Published Year: 2016