We work to help survivors of trauma recover and build a life they love to live -- through certifying trauma recovery coaches, providing support for survivors, and offering training to anyone who wants to be trauma informed. Trauma has a significant impact on a survivors emotional and physical health. Many develop Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which changes the way they relate to themselves and the world around them.
If this describes you, Trauma Recovery Coaching might be the career for you!
NET Institute offers unique training programs for Recovery Peer Specialists
Trauma informed care is much needed in every part of the globe. Millions of people around the world are subjected to interpersonal abuse such as childhood abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault every year. In the United States alone , children are abused and neglected every year.
The three levels of certification
Coaching is popular, no doubt about it! A Specialty in Addiction Recovery means a Professional Coach has unique skills and understanding to work with individuals and family members impacted by addiction. They do not provide counseling or clinical treatment but can support the recovery work and goals the client may have established in treatment or counseling. We believe there is only one reason for such an increase, coaching truly works.
Jump to navigation. The questions are: What is needed? Is the skill set different or are there special requirements to be able to do this type of coaching? What we have experienced with our various clients so far, is that each and every person, and their experience and definition of trauma, is different. What works for one does not always work for others. There are no hard and fast rules, but based upon our experience, here is what we have found to be the most helpful to successfully working in this field called Trauma Informed Coaching. This is good insight when uncovering and releasing anxious states. There are other programs offered by several universities or colleges which Trauma Informed Coaches may consider learning about cause and effect which will assist them when encountering clients who have experienced trauma.