When you help someone to heal from trauma, they are not the only one who benefits.
Healing is like throwing a pebble into a pond. It sends ripples out in all directions.
Which is why, as the 2012 Trauma Therapy Series draws to a close, I can’t help but feel grateful…
Over 7,938 practitioners, according to Google Analytics, from 60 countries took time out of their day to tune in to the 2012 Trauma Therapy series – they went above and beyond the limits of traditional therapy to learn the newest, most effective ways to treat trauma.
These new therapies bring change and inspiration to patients who have spent years suffering from trauma.
Together, we are making a difference.
I’ve asked the tech team to report in on all of the countries represented in the series. Here they are, (again, according to Google Analytics):
That’s 60 different countries listed above. A total of 7,938 practitioners will be using new methods of trauma therapy to target their treatments and get faster, more effective results.
The more we know about the treatment of trauma, the better prepared we are to help our patients rediscover joy, find new hope – and take their lives back.
So, from all of us at NICABM, I want to say thank you for being a part of the series.
To check out our latest series on the treament of tauma, click here.
Did you take part in the series? What was the biggest thing you took away from the webinars? Please leave a comment below and let us know.