Breakthrough Treatments For Trauma Are Reducing Symptoms, Shortening Treatment Time, and Helping Patients Recover Their Lives.
How to use the advances in brain functioning, somatics, vagal nerve response and attachment to get faster results with your trauma patients
Trauma touches everyone.
Its effects ripple out to entire families and communities, and the results can be devastating.
But some practitioners, working with leading-edge researchers, have developed specific new interventions and treatment protocols that are getting quicker, more targeted results.
What are they? And what do you need to know to create the best treatment for each of your trauma patients?
To answer these critical questions we built a comprehensive training program that brings the leading experts together in a forum to share what’s working – and what’s NOT.
What Neuroscience Teaches Us About the Treatment of Trauma
Bessel van der Kolk, MD
- How trauma affects the brain
- Why understanding how traumatic memories are stored is key to planning your treatment
- How trauma can destroy one’s sense of time and why this is so critical to recover
- The four components of an effective trauma treatment
- The effect of child abuse and neglect upon neurodevelopment
- Common mistakes practitioners make
- Can yoga reverse the secondary brain damage caused by trauma?
Integrating the Body in Trauma Treatment – A Sensorimotor Approach
Pat Ogden, PhD
- Uncovering root causes – the long-term effects of attachment issues
- How to manage the arousal and integration problems caused by trauma
- How to help your patients safely expand their window of tolerance
- Using polyvagal theory to help regulate arousal
- How mindfulness can create positive connections to the body
Polyvagal Theory: Why This Changes Everything
Stephen Porges, PhD
- How to use heart rate variability as a portal to self-regulation
- The key missing ingredient in the fight/flight theory
- How polyvagal theory clarifies the role of fear in unresolved trauma
- Why vagal regulation affects our interactions with others
- How music cues vagal regulation and why this could help your trauma patients
- Polyvagal theory and working with children
- How to increase psychological safety in hospital settings
Guided Imagery for Trauma Recovery (Inexpensive, Accessible, and Effective)
Belleruth Naparstek, LISW
- Getting the “D” out of PTSD
- Why guided imagery is especially effective with people who have been traumatized
- How to overcome treatment barriers with combat veterans
- The treatment of moral injury and why it can be essential in working with soldiers
- Common mistakes practitioners make in working with military personnel
- Using the internet to connect with survivors of tragedy
The Neurobiology of Trauma – What Is Happening in the Brain of Someone With Unresolved Trauma
Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD
- Four important deficits found in people with early childhood trauma
- The effect of childhood trauma on relationships – and what this means for treatment
- How trauma alters connections within the brain
- Strategies to repair the three areas of self damaged by early life trauma
- The unique benefits of using a Stage-Oriented Approach to treatment
How Trauma Affects Intimate Relationships
Sue Johnson, EdD
- How to use couples therapy to strengthen attachment bonds in the face of trauma
- Unique problems (and opportunities) in couples therapy with trauma survivors and their partners
- Special considerations for first responder or military families
- How to use emotionally focused couples therapy for treating trauma
Ruth Buczynski, PhD, Rick Hanson, PhD and Bill O’Hanlon, MS
At the end of each of the six sessions, I’ll be talking with Rick Hanson, PhD and Bill O’Hanlon, MS, in what has become known as the TalkBack segment.
For many participants this has become a favorite segment in the webinar.
The entire goal of this section is to focus your attention on how to apply what you’ve just heard to your clinical setting.
This is where you’ll get even more ways to use ideas from the comprehensive training program in your work.
Here’s the structure of this program…
Each session in this comprehensive training program is packed with critical information so that by the end, you will know how to use the latest developments to reduce debilitating symptoms, shorten treatment times, and help your trauma patients recover their lives.
You will have access to each of these expert presentations online.
With a Gold Membership , you
will get 5 powerful learning tools:
|Downloadable videos of each webinar in the comprehensive training program|
|Downloadable audios so you can listen on-the-go|
|Professionally formatted PDF transcripts of each interview for you to refer to and even personalize with your own notes|
|3 additional bonus sessions complete with transcripts, audio and video recordings|
As a Gold Member, you’ll have the valuable advantage of repetition. Watch or listen as often as you like and refer back whenever you want – all of the videos, audios, and transcripts are yours to keep permanently in your professional library. Practitioners have told us over and over again how repetition is the key to integrating knowledge and application into their work.
With a Gold Subscription You’ll Get:
|Downloadable videos and audios to watch or listen to when it’s convenient for you|
|TalkBack Segments to distill key ideas (this is where we “land” the session)|
|Next Week in Your Practice sessions to give you concrete strategies to use with patients|
|Printable QuickStart Guides to make review and action simpler than ever|
|Professionally-formatted transcripts of the sessions|
|Audios and transcripts of the bonus sessions|
Can Trauma “Rub Off”?
Sounds silly, but you’d be amazed how many psychotherapists, physicians, nurses, police, firefighters and others in the care-taking professions are struggling with “secondary trauma” issues.
This type of “transference” happens far more frequently than previously realized.
To protect yourself and maintain your ability to help others, you need to know:
- The three factors that influence tolerance to secondary stress
- How we create self-induced trauma in our hospitals and mental health agencies
- Why helping professionals are so addicted to intensity that they can’t go home
- The tools you must use regularly to effectively counteract secondary stress
Pay attention! These telltale signs may mean you and your staff are at risk for secondary trauma.
That’s why we’ve added this special bonus for our gold members.
you’ll get with a Gold Membership
Tiring Trauma Out: How to Activate the Body’s Natural Defense Mechanisms Against Trauma
Kathy Steele, MN, CS
- Recognizing and treating Mindflight – A phobia of inner experience
- Why avoiding triggers doesn’t work
- How to help patients learn to recognize trauma-related triggers
- Why distinguishing past from present is a critical element of healing
- Take-home exercises for working with the triggers of dissociation
- The phases of treatment – integrating Mindflight into Mindsight
YOU as a Caregiver are Vulnerable to Secondary Stress – What You Need to Know About It
Laura van Dernoot Lipsky, MSW
- Three factors that influence tolerance to secondary stress
- Service rationing and its effect on staff members
- How grandiosity can set caregivers and first responders up for a fall
- Why people in intense professions can have difficulty with everyday life
- The warning signs of secondary stress
- Four steps caregivers can take to avoid secondary stress
Overcoming the Unique Challenges of Treating Complex PTSD
Judith Lewis Herman, MD
- Understanding complex PTSD – the long-term affects of repeated exposure to trauma
- Why complex PTSD is tightly linked with harmful behavior
- How to build an effective complex PTSD treatment
- Using group therapy to help patients reconnect after years of trauma
- How to identify people at risk for abuse
Here's What Your Peers Have Experienced In NICABM Programs
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“Thank you so much for the quality top expert speaker information. I always feel confident I have state of the art skills during my work when I continue my professional education with NICABM.”
Cynthia Beanblossom, MEd, LPC, Counseling
After more than 25 years treating trauma patients...
“…I consider the “Treating Trauma series” as a precious tool as well as a gift. It was provocative, stimulating, facinating. Thank you to NICABM, I am looking forward for new series of this quality.”
Jocelyne Beaudet, PhD, Psychologist
Sherbrooke, QC, Canada
This series has enriched both my personal and professional life...
“…through inviting a different perspective which offers hope for clients suffering with trauma. The leading edge approaches presented are empowering, immediately applicable and engaging.”
Anya Hricko, MA, Psychotherapist
Very informative call...
“…I appreciated Dr. Levine’s compassion as well as knowledge. I liked that the information was not merely informative but pointed the direction to practical use and can certainly be applied in numerous situations.”
C. Paul Wanio, PhD, LMFT, LMHC
Lake Worth, Florida
My life has changed forever...
“…and so have my closest friends who took my advice to register.”
Claudia Mimick, MA Counseling Psychology, retired from a clinical private practice
Victoria, BC, Canada
These valuable sessions can get you quickly onboard with the VERY BEST treatments to use with your patients
The New Treatments for Trauma comprehensive training program brings a never-before group of experts together.
We’ll give you a specially prepared agenda so that you have the framework for participating in each session.
You’ll see how their applications can have a direct impact and how they can change the work you do. And at the end of each session we’ll dive into even more applications with Rick Hanson, PhD and Bill O’Hanlon, MS so that you leave with take-home ideas every week.
The interviews are candid, in depth, and far-reaching.
They will reveal how you can use the latest trauma treatments in your work.
What can you expect to get from this new comprehensive training program?
|Power-packed interviews with leaders in the field|
|Total focus on learning and skill building that you can implement immediately|
|Hands-on examples on how you can bring healing to unresolved trauma wounds|
I've been an EMDR therapist, with a specialty in treating trauma, since 2000.
“This series elegantly brought together the most cogent, useful, and recent research about the mechanisms of traumatization, and the opportunities for repair. So much of what we offer as therapists can be described as “informed optimism”. The concrete knowledge in the series gave me a huge bank of resources to draw upon, both for practical application in sessions with patients, and in the way I psycho-educate my patients about the process we are using.”
Kate Halliday, MSW, Psychotherapist
This has been a great opportunity to hear latest research and thinking in the trauma field.
“It is a valuable tool to help keep current and up to date in this rapidly growing field!”
Julie Uhernik, LPC, RN
Listening to the series has changed how I practice with clients as well as shifted my own health and well-being in a radical way.
“I especially appreciate hearing both the scientific information provided by your speakers and how I can practically apply it in my work and personal life.”
Lisa A. Kendall, Clinical Social Worker, Psychotherapist, Gerontologist
. . . I am certain of her full commitment to excellence . . .
“After participating in several of Ruth’s educational programmes I am certain of her full commitment to excellence in what she offers to practitioners and academics alike. I greatly expanded my knowledge and skills…In my international work I deal with disadvantaged populations who may suffer from natural and man-made disasters and I feel reassured by learning more about how to help on the spot.”
Rosario Galvan, M.A. Intercultural Communication, BSc Biology, Health Education
Trauma treatment can take your patients to new levels of emotional and physical well-being, even overcoming traumas that may have been haunting them for years.
We’ve seen practitioners fall short of achieving their goals with patients… and we’ve also seen practitioners succeed.
And the difference? Practitioners who succeed:
- continue to learn
- build new skills and gain confidence
- listen to experts at the forefront
- tune-in and update their skills on a regular basis
Mind/Body Medicine is making new in-roads and setting a new standard in the treatment of trauma…
So often, we find that previous tried-and-true approaches are just not keeping up.
As a matter of fact, we’ve seen where talk-therapy, a long-practiced approach, can so often re-traumatize.
The new applications are most compelling – it won’t take long before you discover just how significantly trauma treatment has changed.
If these new ideas (that are showing such promising success) are not a part of your practitioner toolbox, your patients will miss out.
Get in on these fast-paced, idea-filled conversations during the next six weeks as I host six of my colleagues, experts in the field who are developing innovative approaches that can free patients from trauma’s unyielding grip and bring healing to long-entrenched wounds.
Never has there been a more urgent time to learn as much as we can about the treatment of trauma.
Too many, disconnected and lost, suffer from trauma’s devastation.
The challenge is here – it’s up to us. Using up-to-date methods, we can cut to the core of unresolved trauma and bring new hope to the patients seek our help and healing.
But that’s only if you know HOW!
So why not learn from the very best?
Don’t delay. . . Sign up NOW!
Ruth Buczynski, PhD
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