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When Talk Isn’t Enough: Mobilizing the Power of Embodied Awareness featuring Bessel van der Kolk

Objectives

  1. Describe three ways of evaluating whether an event can be classified as traumatic.

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Copyright : 23/08/2012

Promoting Post-Traumatic Growth: From Devastation to Hope featuring Lisa Ferentz

Objective

  1. Assess the concept of Post-Traumatic Growth and how it differs from simple recovery from trauma.

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Copyright : 30/08/2012

The Challenge of Complex Trauma: Embracing the Disowned Self featuring Richard Schwartz

Objectives

  1. Explain why Internal Family Systems therapy is an effective method for treating trauma.

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Objectives

  1. Demonstrate why Internal Family Systems therapy is an effective method for treating trauma.

Copyright : 06/09/2012

Healing From the Bottom Up: Resource States in Trauma Work featuring Peter Levine

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Explain how traumatized clients can use Somatic Experiencing to improve clinical outcomes.

Outline

Copyright : 13/09/2012

Bringing Families into Trauma Treatment: The Missing Ingredient for Effectiveness featuring Mary Jo Barrett

Objectives

  1. Explain why family therapy is an effective method for treating trauma.

Outline

Copyright : 20/09/2012

Trauma Therapy in Perspective: Lessons from the Past 25 Years featuring Janina Fisher

Objectives

  1. Explore how to integrate EMDR therapy into an existing framework for trauma treatment.

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Copyright : 27/09/2012

Trauma, PTSD & Traumatic Grief: Effective Assessments and Interventions

Objectives

  1. Describe the etiology and impact of traumatic stress on the client utilizing multiple assessment strategies.
  2. Assess a client’s reaction to a traumatic event and make an appropriate diagnosis.
  3. Explain grief, bereavement, and mourning are accounted for in the new DSM-5®.
  4. Implement interventions to assist a client in dealing with the biopsychosocial manifestations of trauma, PTSD, and traumatic grief/complicated mourning.
  5. Utilize appropriate evidence-based interventions to assist a client in dealing with the biopsychosocial-spiritual manifestations of trauma.
  6. Explain the effects of trauma on the structure and function of the brain.

Outline

TRAUMA

TRAUMA AND THE BRAIN, BODY, MIND: IMMEDIATE ASSESSMENT & INTERVENTION

LOSS AND TRAUMATIC GRIEF: IMMEDIATE ASSESSMENT & INTERVENTION

IMMEDIATE INTERVENTIONS: UNDERSTANDING THE THREE-STAGE CONSENSUS MODEL

Copyright : 24/07/2013