Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD
Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD, is a researcher and professor of psychiatry at the University of Western Ontario, and a leading expert on post-traumatic stress disorder.
Her groundbreaking trauma research focuses on treatment outcomes for both pharmacological and psychotherapeutic approaches, which has led to the development of effective strategies for managing dissociation and processing traumatic memory.
Ruth is also the author and editor of over one hundred publications, including books such as Healing the Traumatized Self: Consciousness, Neuroscience, Treatment and Trauma, Shame, and Secret Making.
Check out one of our courses featuring Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD:
The Treating Trauma Master Series
10 CE/CME Credits Available
How to Work with the Limbic System to Reverse the Physiological Imprint of Trauma
3.25 CE/CME Credits Available
The Neurobiology of Trauma
3 CE/CME Credits Available
Find out more about how Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD, approaches the treatment of trauma here:
How to Help a Client Come Back into Their Window of Tolerance
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How to Rebuild Secure Attachment After Trauma
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How Does Trauma Affect a Person’s Interaction with Their Child?
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