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Please mark your calendar for this Wednesday as we look at . . .
How to Ease the Pain of Trauma-Induced Shame
- How to Recognize Shame Even When Clients Don’t Think It’s a Problem
- Four Defenses Clients (and Sometimes Therapists) Use to Manage Shame
- How Cognitive Approaches to Shame May Backfire and What to Try Instead
- Two New Findings on the Neurobiology of Shame (and Their Clinical Impact)
- How to Work with Moral Injury and Why Resolution Is Essential for Healing
- Why Some Clients Get Triggered by Positive Emotions (and How to Help Them Safely Experience Positive Emotions Again)
If you’d like to own this session (along with the other 4 sessions in the Advanced Master Program on the Treatment of Trauma) sign up for a Gold Package.
With the Gold Package, you get all the videos, audio recordings, and transcripts of all 5 sessions:
- How to Work with Emerging Defense Responses to Trauma (Beyond the Fight/Flight/Freeze Model)
- How to Identify and Treat Dissociation (Even When It’s Subtle)
- Strategies to Treat Patients Trapped in the Freeze Response
- How to Work with Patients Whose Trauma Triggers Problems in Their Current Relationships
- How to Ease the Pain of Trauma-Induced Shame