Certificate Programs

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

The Certificate in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is designed for mental health professionals and students at the graduate and post-graduate level who are interested in learning the concepts and practical hands-on clinical skills of Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Completion of program requirements results in the presentation of a frameable certificate of completion at the final session of the program. 

Home and School Visitor

Bryn Mawr's Home and School Visitor Certificate program is approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and is compliant with current PDE standards, including accommodations and adaptations for students with disabilities and for English language learners. The program has been carefully developed to meet all requirements established by PDE for individuals seeking official HSV Certification.

Certificate in Trauma

The Certificate in Trauma Program provides a foundational understanding of trauma theory and presents principles, tools and strategies that enable trauma-informed practice in service and treatment settings that support recovery and healing for adults and children and reduce inadvertent harm. Completion of program requirements results in the presentation of a frameable certificate of completion at the final session of the program. 

Psychodynamic Clinical Certificate Program

The Clinical Certificate Program explores several complementary psychodynamic theories which emphasize the clinical relationship as central to the work. Each session begins with a clinical topic followed by a small group clinical supervision. The supervision groups are facilitated to create a safe space to present and explore case material from the perspectives discussed in the course. 

Clinical Responsibility in Racial Equity and Cultural Inclusivity Series

The Clinical Responsibility in Racial Equity and Cultural Inclusivity series addresses the challenges in cross-race and same-race clinical practice in the age of antiracism. This program offers 40 hours of clinical reflections, education, and practical experience to support the development of conscious and effective clinicians who are pursuing clinical responsibility in Racial Equity and Social Justice.