Certificate In Professional Psychophysiology Studies
The Certificate In Professional Psychophysiology focuses on giving the student a skill set in the basis of Psychophysiology. Psychophysiology is the branch of science centering on the physiological bases of human physiological and psychological processes. Applied Psychophysiology focuses on the treatment and prevention of disease, as well as creation of optimal functioning patterns in education, sports, and business through teaching people techniques for recognizing and correcting abnormal physiological levels of function and responses. Clinical concentration or licensed practice focuses on the education, treatment and prevention of dysfunction through utilizing psycho-education in teaching people techniques for recognizing and correcting abnormal physiological reactions and responses. Non-clinical concentration focuses on teaching clients to function optimally in such environments as the work place, sports, and school. The program is an excellent choice for those individuals who don't have the commitment of time or lack the prerequisites necessary in order to enroll in a graduate degree program or wish to compliment their academics and skill set in a related field of practice.
MBM 5511 - Basics of Psychophysiology
MBM 5595 –Basics of Psyspirology
MSP 4107 – Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology
MSP 4001 - General Biology
MBM 5511 - Graduate Colloquium
CPP 2002 - Capstone Essay
Certificate In Covid-19 Traumatology
In partnership with the Global Critical Incident Stress Foundation the College of Certified Psychophysiologists is pleased to announce the Certificate in Covid-19 Traumatology Program.
The certificate in COVID-19 Traumatology is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and practical skills necessary in order to address many of the physiological and mental issues that have arisen as a result of the recent COVID-19 pandemic. Students will learn powerful psychophysiological knowledge of the body's response to the complex trauma associated with COVID-19 including PCTSS (Post Covid-19 Traumatic Stress Syndrome), PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and many other associated trauma related conditions and illnesses.
This will be combined with complementary therapy intervention skills to help a host of these specific medical and mental health issues. These approaches can be utilized in conjunction with non-psychophysiological medical and mental health treatments, that form a preventative and a responsive strategy with the general population-enhancing stress management, preventing illness, achieving optimal performance, and promoting wellbeing. Successful candidates will earn the designation of C.T. after their name upon being awarded successful certification through the North American Board of Certified Psychophysiologists.
MSSP 4101- Fundamentals of Psychophysiology
MSSP 4107- Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology
MSSP 4105- Fundamentals of Psyspirology
MSSP 4001 - Human Biology
MSSP 4108- Essentials of Pathophysiology
COVD 6100 Advanced Covid-19 Diagnosis & Treatment
CISD 1001 - Basic Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Certification
AWHD 1001 - Addressing The Mental Impact Of Covid-19
AWHD 1000 Basic Workplace Homeostasis Facilitator Training
Upon successful completion of the programs candidates will receive: Certificate In Covid-19 Traumatology from the College Of Certified Psychophysiologists Certification as Certified De-briefer from the Global Critical Incident Stress Foundation Certification as Facilitator Of Achieving Workplace Homeostasis from Global Critical Incident Stress Foundation The designation of the initials C.T. (Certified Traumatologist) after their name awarded by the North American Board Of Certified Psychophysiologists
Certificate In Police Mental Wellness
The Certificate in Police Mental Wellness Program was designed to train and equip both sworn and non-sworn personnel working within public safety agencies to be able to provide education and assistance to those working on the front lines in a peer support role..
It provides knowledge and practical skills necessary to be able to address many of the physiological and mental issues that are present within front line public service agencies. Students will learn powerful psychophysiological knowledge of the body's responses to the complex trauma associated with Law Enforcement including Critical Incident Stress, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), PCTSS (Post Covid-19 Traumatic Stress Syndrome) and many more.
This will be combined with complimentary trauma intervention skills to help assist in a Peer Support role to deal with a host of these specific medical and mental health issues, that form a preventative and responsive strategy with the Officers - enhancing stress management, preventing illness, achieving optimal performance and promoting well-being. Successful candidates will earn the designation of C.P.W.O. (Certified Police Wellness Officer) after their name upon being awarded certification through the North American Board Of Certified Psychophysiologists.
MSSP 4101 Fundamentals Of Psychophysiology
MSSP 4107 Fundamentals Of Anatomy & Physiology
MSSP 4001 Human Biology
MSSP 5109 Establishing Effective Peer Support
MSSP 5108 Operational Stress Injuries
MSSP 5106 Understanding The Law Enforcement Subculture
CISD 1001 Basic Critical Incident Stress Debriefing *
AWH 1000 Basic Workplace Homeostasis Facilitator Training **
* This course is a LIVE Zoom class through the Ontario Critical Incident Stress Foundation
** This course is a LIVE Zoom class through the Global Critical Incident Stress Foundation
Upon successful completion of the programs candidates will receive: Certificate In Police Mental Wellness from the College Of Certified Psychophysiologists Certification as Certified De-briefer from the Global Critical Incident Stress Foundation Certification as Facilitator Of Achieving Workplace Homeostasis from Global Critical Incident Stress Foundation The designation of the initials C.P.W.O. (Certified Police Wellness Officer) after their name awarded by the North American Board Of Certified Psychophysiologists.
Certificate In Chief Mental Health Officer
In partnership with CCMHO The Center For Certified Chief Mental Health Officers, we are pleased to offer the Certificate In Chief Mental Health Officer Program designed for corporate managers and executives responsible for the mental well-being of their employees.
Corporations appoint a CFO (Chief Financial Officer) to guard decisions regarding the corporation's money. It is only logical to appoint someone to guard decisions regarding the corporation's most valuable assets, it's employees. The Chief Mental Health Officer of a company develops, maintains and evaluates issues within the workplace that affect the Psychological Safety of their employees. Individuals with a Human Resources or a Mental Health related background are ideal candidates for this program.
Successful candidates of the program will be awarded the professional designation of the initials: C.M.H.O. - Certified Mental Health Officer from the Center For Certified Chief Mental Health Officers.
Individuals entering the Chief Mental Health Officer Program must have either: Doctorate Degree and a minimum of 3 years experience in respective field of business Master's Degree and a minimum of 8 years experience in respective field of business Bachelor's Degree and a minimum of 15 years experience in respective field of business Individuals who do not possess a Bachelor's Degree but have a minimum of 25 years experience in their respective field of business can apply for consideration and acceptance will be granted on a case by case basis.
CMHO 2001 Introduction To Psychological Health & Safety
CMHO 2002 Key Principles For Supervisors & Managers
CMHO 2003 Enhancing Manger's Emotional Intelligence Skills
CMHO 2004 Guiding Principles Of National Standards
CMHO 2005 Psychological Health & Safety Planning
CMHO 2006 Enhancing Workplace Resiliency
Upon successful completion of the program individuals will receive: Certificate In Chief Mental Health Officer from College Of Certified Psychophysiologists Certificate Of Completion From Center For Chief Mental Health Officers Designation of C.M.H.O. Chief Mental Health Officer 1 Year Membership with Center For Chief Mental Health Officers Association.
Certificate In Ocean Therapeutic Studies
The College Of Certified Psychophysiologists offers a Certificate In Oceanic Therapeutics. This is the practice of Surf Therapy or Ocean Therapy in which combined with other physiological and professional psychological educational elements, it involves the practice of taking people into the ocean and teaching them how to surf as a modality of removing physiological symptoms associated with traumatic stress.
Surf Therapy is an adaptive surfing program to assist individuals coping with mental and physical illness in accessing the water environment. Surfing has long been a sport associated with freedom and independence and has the ability to support individuals with special needs in increasing their self-esteem and self-confidence.
The purpose of this program is to increase perceived self efficacy in individuals with physical, mental and developmental disabilities through engagement in physical activity in a water environment, specifically the activity of surfing. The program can be a one-time activity or ideally an ongoing program where growth and healing can be seen and measured.
Surfing, a sport practiced outdoors in medium that is in constant motion, appears to be an asset compared to traditional sports. It has a broader approach, covering several areas of occupational performance as well as various physical and psycho-social skills of the individual, and it does it in one all encompassing activity. It can have a significant role to play in the life of children with disabilities as well as in children without it can promote physical well-being, combat discrimination, build confidence and a sense of security, as well as play an important role in the healing and rehabilitation process for all people affected by crisis, discrimination and marginalization.
Surfing therapy programs that are well designed can offer important opportunities for leadership development, discipline, teamwork, and personal and professional growth. Advances in technology ranging from wet suits to surfboards make participation in surfing more inclusive. Occupational therapists consider that people are occupational beings inserted in a social context. As occupational therapy's domain stems from professional interest in human beings; ability to engage in everyday life activities, the broad term that occupational therapists use to capture the breadth and meaning of everyday life activity is occupation.
In order to successfully be awarded the Certificate In Oceanic Surf Therapy candidates must have obtained prior or at the end of their program Certification in (ISA)International Surfing Association Water Safety Course Certification and First-Aid C.P.R. and either ISA Surf Rescue or ISA .
MBM 5511 Basics of Psychophysiology
MBM 5595 Basics of Psyspirology
OST 2001 Principles Of Oceanic Therapy
PSY 3178 Occupational Trauma
MBM 5511 Graduate Colloquium
OST 2002 Capstone Essay
OST 1001 Basic First Aid/C.P.R
OST 1002 ISA Water Safety Course Certification
OST 1003 ISA/ILS International Surf Aquatic Rescue and Safety Course
OST 1004 ISA/ILS International SUP Aquatic Rescue and Safety Course