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“I found it most helpful that each chapter was broken into manageable chunks and it allowed me to work at my own pace, keep my progress tracked, and go back and forth as needed to review. The content was well laid out and provided me with a strong sense of understanding how I can better improve my work in our Student Life department.”
- Andrew M. Frazier, Ed.D.

Vice President for Student Life, Johnson University, Knoxville TN

“This was excellent! The information was superb and well researched. Highly recommend this course.”
- Elsa M. Drevyn, PT, DPT

Director of Clinical Education, Physical Therapy Department, University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine

“The course takes a deep dive into very real student struggles and helps professionals gain the knowledge and skills they need to assist students. I consider it essential for everyone from top administration to student affairs, to counseling, to advising.”
- Margaret Mbindyo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor/Advising Center Coordinator, Millersville University, Pennsylvania

“I was blessed to have the opportunity to go through this College Student Wellbeing, Trauma, & Resilience course. As a counselor in a college setting, I found it to be completely worthwhile and extremely helpful to my daily work. I will be sharing the institutional information with my supervisor for consideration as well.”
- Wanda Reyes-Dawes, Counselor

Manchester Community College, Manchester, CT

“This training created an environment for personal growth and understanding of both myself and others.”
- Annette B. ElDridge

Executive Assistant to Vice President of Academic Affairs, Pellissippi State Community College, Knoxville, TN

“This certification program was incredible. I learned so much, and feel so much more prepared to resume teaching this Fall. Especially in a time of global turmoil, this program is a must for all educators and other professionals working with emerging adults.”
- Timothy K. Giordano, Attorney

Communication Studies Adjunct Professor, Montclair State University, New Jersey

“I hope that more people, especially those who do not have experience in the Social Work or Human Services professions, will take this course. I feel it could reduce the drop out rate for students and increase the support provided to them.”
- Jody K., NHA

Case Manager/Resource Navigator,Aims Community College, Greeley, CO

“The timeliness and specific case scenarios were very applicable. The content offered some new perspectives, specifically around the COVID-19 impact on our students and how we can support them, that I plan to take back to my team. I was able to relate everything covered in this course to my actual work. This made the course more engaging and beneficial. I also appreciated having some of the downloadable worksheets/items to be able to utilize with my students.”
- Kelli Petersen, Assistant Director & Academic Advisor

Academic Center for Exploratory Students, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

“Very well organized, engaging, and highly informed.”
- Rev. Dr. Philip Halikias, Special Assistant to the Vice President for Administrative Affairs Coordinator - The Office of Equity and Compliance

Title IX Investigator, Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Massachusetts

“I enjoyed the course. It was helpful because it is related to my teaching courses and my research interest.”
- HeeSoon Lee, Associate Professor

Bowling Green State University, Ohio

“I really enjoyed the course. The videos are so appropriate (and concise enough that the viewer doesn’t lose interest) and the content has a professional and logical flow.”
- Nichol Killian, Doctoral Student

Social Science: Prevention Science, Wilmington University, Delaware

“This certification gave me lots of resources and references to bring back for training my staff to be more trauma-informed, and lots of ideas for programs!”
- Katie Campbell, M.Ed., Community Director

Dept. of Residence Life, Texas A&M University, Texas

“I really enjoyed the course, and hope to use much of it with my first year seminar students. The downloadable handouts are useful for sharing with students and staff members.”
- Jenni Griffin, PhD, Dean of Advising, Planning & Experiential Learning (APEX)

The College of Wooster, Ohio

“I absolutely loved the course. I am currently in the dissertation phase of my EdD and am researching the use of trauma informed practices in higher education, specifically in medical schools. The best practices taught in this course should be the foundation used by all medical schools to support the mental health and well being of their students. Kudos to you and the rest of your team. I learned so many things that I can put into practice immediately.”
- Rick Slaven, Ph.D. candidate

Director of Students and Academic Advancement, Lincoln Memorial University, Tennessee

“The resiliency module was new information and worth the money. I also gained some new insights on compassion fatigue and will share with colleagues. The Ted talks and handouts were also very helpful.”
- Denise Walker

Dean of Student Services/Licensed Professional Counselor, Northeast State Community College, Blountville, TN

“This course is very affordable and a great opportunity for college faculty to learn how to better connect with their students.”
- Amy Koehler, CCMA, MSPH Assistant Professor of Allied Health

Asnuntuck Community College, Connecticut