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Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) Certification Training
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Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) Certification Training

Asheville - April 15-16, 2016

Lenoir-Rhyne Board Room
36 Montford Ave.
Asheville, North Carolina  28801

This training is SOLD OUT! In case of cancellations, you may enter your name on the Wait List, by submitting the form below!


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LPCANC Members: $225
Non-Members $375     Join LPCANC Now to Save $20 - $90 (depending on your membership level)


13 Contact Hours


8:00am Friday and Saturday - Registration opens at 7:30am

Lunch on your own both days:  1.5 hours


Abstract: Mike Dubi, Ed.D, LMHC, will be presenting the IATP 13-contact hour Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) Certification Training in Asheville.

This training was offered at the LPCANC Annual Conference in October and sold out within three weeks, so don’t delay—we are limited to 100 attendees, and no exceptions can be made.

Mike will present the IATP 13-contact hour training that prepares attendees to become a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. This training is an opportunity to receive the most current training in trauma treatment and meet the course requirements for the Certified Clinical Trauma Professional certificate. If you want to work with veterans or the military who have experienced trauma, or with civilians who have experienced trauma, this certification will show that you are qualified to do so.

Those attending this workshop will not be certified until they register and take the exam (link)This certification training must be taken in its entirety. Once you have finished this course, you will be eligible to take the IATP exam for certification. Exam and certification (and fees) are done through IATP website


The CCTP training is scheduled for all day on Friday & Saturday, April 15-16 at the Asheville Campus of Lenoir-Rhyne, located at 36 Montford Street in Asheville, 28801.

Learning Objectives: To meet training qualifications and to prepare the participant to take the certification exam.


Bio of Presenter(s): Mike Dubi, Ed.D, LMHC, President of the International Association of Trauma Professionals (IATP) is an engaging and very well informed presenter with more than 30 years’ experience. Mike has treated more than 2500 survivors of sexual abuse and he is currently working with Iraq and Afghanistan veterans whom he treats pro bono. Dr. Dubi was the keynote speaker at the 2013 Annual Conference.


Cancellation policy:

If cancelled on or before March 31, a full refund of the amount paid will be issued. If cancelled after April 1 but before April 10, a full refund minus $50 administration fee will be issued. Cancellations after April 10 will not be refunded unless the seat can be sold.
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