Simple symptoms sometimes have complex causes, and working with trauma requires enormous strength, skill, and resilience from both practitioner and client.
So how can we approach the treatment of trauma from a deeper angle, and give patients their best chance for recovery?
The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioural Medicine (NICABM) have brought together top clinicians and researchers for their new webinar series which starts tomorrow called Rethinking Trauma.
Speakers for the series:
- Peter Levine, PhD – Getting to the Root of Trauma: Why It’s Critical to Understand the Role of Memory in Trauma Therapy
- Bessel van der Kolk, MD – How to Help Clients Rewire a Traumatised Brain – Applying the Latest Strategies to Speed Healing and Reduce Symptoms for Even the Most Traumatised Clients
- Stephen Porges, PhD – Beyond the Brain: Using Polyvagal Theory to Help Clients “Reset” the Nervous System after Trauma
- Pat Ogden, PhD – Why a Body-Oriented Approach Is Key for Treating Traumatised Clients (and What It Looks Like in Practice)
- Daniel Siegel, MD – The Neurobiology of Trauma Treatment: How Brain Science Can Lead to More Targeted Interventions for Clients Healing from Trauma
- Sebern Fisher, MA – Soothe the Fear of a Traumatised Brain: How a New Intervention Is Changing Trauma Treatment
It’s free to watch each webinar at the time of each broadcast- you just have to sign up.
You also have an option to get a Gold Membership to own the entire series, including all of the video recordings, audio recordings, and transcripts for each, plus 4 bonus sessions – and all of it is yours to keep forever in your professional library.
This is a program that can catch you up on the latest breakthroughs in trauma treatment.