Starr Certified Trauma & Resilience Practitioners (CTRP) have a fundamental understanding of the impact trauma has on the social, emotional, and physical development of youth, and the role resilience plays in creating positive, future health outcomes for the individuals they serve. With a specialization in clinical settings, each understands the importance their own curiosity of a child’s life experiences plays in diagnosing behavior and developing a trusting relationship that leads to the belief in each child’s inner greatness.
Why pursue CTRP Certification?
- To continue your pursuit of learning new tools and skills to heal trauma
- To gain access to a large network of CTRPs within your field, allowing you to share experiences, exchange best practices, and continue to expand your skillset
- To achieve a new, professional credential to showcase on professional materials/platforms to differentiate yourself, complete with a certification badge to distinguish your commitment to building resilience in the children, families, and communities you serve
How do you achieve CTRP Certification?
Professionals must successfully complete:
- Three (3) Required Courses and two (2) Electives
- One (1) CTRP Exam
- Courses can be completed via:
- Initial CTRP certification is active for the calendar year in which it was achieved plus the following calendar year (e.g., if you obtain your CTRP in 2022, your certification status is active through December 31, 2023).
- All three required courses listed above are eligible for National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) continuing education credits.
How do you maintain active CTRP Certification?
CTRPs must successfully complete one (1) previously uncompleted course or otherwise approved content on an annual basis.
How do you obtain your badge if you are a current CTRP?
If you are an active CTRP and have not received an email invitation from Credly (email@example.com) to accept your badge, please complete the form below and a Customer Care Associate will process your request.
How do you reactivate your CTRP (formerly known as CTP) certification?
If you are uncertain of what is required to reactivate your certification status, please complete our Certification Status Review Form and a member of our team will follow-up with you.