The University of Arizona is now offering a 12 credit graduate certificate in working with military families. The program aims to improve professionals regarding military and cultural leadership, normative family processes, and stress and coping strategies. Students will learn about cultural competency regarding providing services and working with members of the military and their families.
Courses include: Understanding the Modern United States Military Family, Trauma Informed Care, and Leadership, Mentoring and Advocacy, among others.
“In order to understand and work with our military and veteran population, one must first understand where they came from, that being the military,” said Cody Nicholls, Assistant Dean of Students, Military and Veteran Engagement.
For more information, email Dr. Sheena Brown: firstname.lastname@example.org