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Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling - Crisis Response & Trauma

An M.A. in Human Services - Crisis Response and Trauma will:

- Equip you to help meet the needs of individuals, groups, and organizations who are mitigating the effects of post-traumatic stress, critical incident stress, and personal crises.
- Emphasize biblical principles specific to crisis and trauma settings in order to establish ethical strategies in counseling.
- Provide you with an understanding of how crises impact a person’s ability to function in everyday life, and its effects on their relationships.

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