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Nourishment for a woman's soul: mind-body interventions to support trauma recovery, resilience and post-traumatic growth


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   37
Speaker:
Arielle Schwartz, PhD, CCTP-II, E-RYT
Duration:
1 Hour 16 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Copyright:
Nov 11, 2022
Product Code:
PDR031403
Media Type:
Digital Recording
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Description

Research has identified disparities between women and men in regard to risk, prevalence, presentation, course, and treatment of mental disorders. Compared with men, women are twice as likely to experience PTSD with greater prevalence of symptoms of hypervigilance, anxiety, and depressive symptoms. In part, this is due to the notably high rates of exposure to relationship traumas. Current statistics suggest that 1 in 3 women experience at least one incident of sexual violence, physical violence, or stalking within their lifetime. According to best practices in mental health treatment, a focus on women’s mental health is an imperative. Often traumatic events begin in childhood. Such adverse childhood experiences are associated with increased rates of chronic physical health pain and illness conditions in adulthood. Because of this link, a mind-body approach to care allows the clinician to attend to the impact of trauma on the body and physical health.

Drawing upon her background in somatic psychology and as a certified yoga teacher, Dr. Schwartz shares her integrative mind-body approach to care with specific attention to practical tools for mental and emotional wellbeing. Within this engaging recording, you will learn how trauma can be associated with symptoms of premenstral dysphoria, post-partum depression, and menopausal transitions and learn key interventions to expand your therapy toolbox.

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Arielle Schwartz, PhD, CCTP-II, E-RYT, is a clinical psychologist, internationally sought-out teacher, therapeutic yoga instructor, and leading voice in the healing of PTSD and complex trauma. She is the author of six books based upon her integrative, mind-body approach to trauma recovery: The Complex PTSD Workbook; The Post Traumatic Growth Guidebook; A Practical Guide to Complex PTSD; EMDR Therapy and Somatic Psychology; The Complex PTSD Treatment Manual, and Therapeutic Yoga for Trauma Recovery. Her unique blend of spirituality and science can be found in her writings, guided trauma recovery programs, and applied Polyvagal Theory in yoga for trauma recovery.

Dr. Schwartz is an accomplished teacher who guides therapists in the application of EMDR, somatic psychology, parts work therapy, and mindfulness-based interventions for the treatment of trauma and complex trauma. She has a succinct way of speaking about very complex topics. She is a longtime meditation and yoga practitioner with a passion for the outdoors; all of which she incorporates into her work as founder of the Center for Resilience Informed Therapy in Boulder, Colorado where she maintains a private practice providing psychotherapy, supervision, and consultation. Dr. Schwartz believes that the journey of trauma recovery is an awakening of the spiritual heart. Discover more at drarielleschwartz.com.
 

Speaker Disclosures:
Financial: Dr. Arielle Schwartz maintains a private practice and is a trainer with Advanced EMDR Therapy Trainings. She receives royalties as a published author and receives compensation as an international presenter. Dr. Schwartz is a paid consultant for Evergreen Certifications. She receives speaking honorarium, recording, and book royalties from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Dr. Arielle Schwartz is a member of the American Psychological Association, EMDRIA, Colorado Association of Psychotherapists, and the Yoga Alliance.


Objectives

  1. Assess how is trauma held in the body.
  2. Describe the link between adverse childhood experiences and women’s health concerns.
  3. Demonstrate at least 3 mind-body interventions focused on women’s mental and physical health.

Outline

  • The Body in Psychotherapy
    • Learn the core principles of somatic psychology that allows us to work with how trauma is held in the body
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences
    • Discuss the link between adverse childhood experiences and physical health with specific discussion about women’s health concerns during significant life transitions
  • How We Heal
    • Learn mind-body interventions based upon the NURSE protocol for women’s health, somatic psychology, and mindful self-compassion

Target Audience

  • Counselors
  • Marriage & Family Therapists
  • Psychologists
  • Social Workers
  • Other Mental Health Professionals

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