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Treating Trauma

Hi, One of the most common aftereffects of trauma is dissociation. So helping patients manage a tendency to dissociate can be a critical part of treatment. But dissociation can be tricky to identify . . . which makes it challenging to treat.  That's why the top experts in the field will be looking at how to identify and treat dissociation (even when it’s subtle) this week in NICABM’s Advanced Master Program on the Treatment of Trauma. It's free to watch this all-new program - you just have to sign up here. You’ll hear from Bessel van der Kolk, MD; Peter Levine, PhD; Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD; Pat Ogden, PhD; Stephen Porges, PhD; Thema Bryant-Davis, PhD; Bethany Brand, PhD; and other experts on the treatment of trauma. Here’s the agenda for this week’s session:

  • Key Signs and Symptoms That Let You Know Your Patient Has a Tendency to Dissociate

  • Structural Dissociation – What It Is and 3 Distinct Ways to Work with It

  • How Trauma Affects the Brain and Body – and Why That Can Lead to Dissociation

  • Common Mistakes That Stall Treatment with Clients Who Dissociate

  • Two Difficult Challenges of Working with Dissociation – and How to Overcome Them

  • When Dissociation Is Triggered in a Medical Environment: Key Considerations for Medical Professionals

Again, it’s completely free to watch the broadcast. Here’s the link to sign up.

New modules are broadcast multiple times each Wednesday and Thursday, from October 14 through November 12. Or, if you’d like to get every session in this advanced master program, (videos, audio recordings, and transcripts), plus a lot of bonuses, register for the Gold Package. The broadcast is coming up soon, so please check it out right away. Sincerely, Alessandro PS This week my friends at NICABM will be getting into how to treat both the subtle and the obvious ways that clients dissociate after trauma. It’s free to watch the broadcast – just sign up here. PPS If you’d like to get the video, audio recording, and transcript of this session (along with every other session in the program), consider signing up for a Gold Package.

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