The American Psychological Association is offering its members a certificate of spiritual counseling.
The certification is part of a program to help people with psychological trauma work through their trauma.
The certificate, which costs $1,500, is intended for people with a history of psychological trauma who need to work through traumatic situations and their thoughts and emotions.
In a statement, the APA said it is “a privilege to be able to help individuals with severe psychological trauma to heal from these experiences.”
It says it will give out certificates to the 1,200 APA members in the program this year.
The APA says it offers this type of certification because it is a “critical resource for helping individuals who are survivors of trauma with healing.”
Some people may not be able afford to pay for the certification, so the APAs website says it can be purchased by individuals or organizations that need it.
Some organizations that want to help are: The American Psychiatric Association (APA), which has more than 5,000 members, including mental health professionals.
The American Society of Clinical Psychologists (ASCP), which is a membership-based organization that helps people with psychiatric disorders.
The National Council on Disability (NCD) which represents people with mental health issues and their families.
The Center for Trauma and Dissociation, a non-profit organization that provides support to people who have been severely affected by trauma.