Complex PTSD has its roots in early childhood attachment wounding and compounding traumatic experiences which impact the development of personality and sense of self. Treating complex PTSD requires psycho-education around healthy emotional regulation skills, as well as experiential interventions related to the concept of inner child rescue. In this presentation, practitioners will become familiar with the concepts and interventions used for treating adult survivors of profound childhood abuse and neglect.
Presented by Lora Blazina, Director of Clinical Services at Life Healing Center in New Mexico.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing along with Accelerated Resolution Therapy are two treatment modalities used at The Refuge to assist in the healing process of those who have experienced trauma. EMDR and ART are used so that the client can heal from Big “T” and/or Small “t” traumas that have occurred in their past which can manifest in many ways in the present. The goal of EMDR and ART is to move the client through the negative emotions and responses and into a healthy place emotionally.
Presented by Vanessa Hinklein of The Refuge treatment facility in Florida.
Webinar Synopsis: Unresolved trauma can manifest in many different harmful ways, including self-harm, addiction, chronic mental illness and addiction. Art therapy is used in the treatment of trauma through a process that creates a foundation for exploring emotions and personal narratives in a safe, non-threatening way.
If you have yet to consider the value of adding the “EAP” credential, Employer Assistance Program, to your list of revenue options now might be a good time to explore that option.
High deductibles and a scarcity of disposable income in the lower-middle classes makes an employer with an EAP program a really good source of new clientele. You’re only 60 minutes away from knowing whether or not becoming a provider for an EAP is right for you!
Jaime Vinck will present a business webinar: How to Grow Your Private Practice Using Corporate Logic
“Treatment for Emerging Adults.” Exploring the treatment for emerging adults in the wilderness and the treatment value as well as gaining life skill set that increases confidence in living on their own while making solid life adult choices.
Review new Trauma model used in hospital settings with new research that supports patient recovery.
The origin of the heroin epidemic is often tied to the behaviors of an unscrupulous pharmaceutical company. While there is evidence to support this position, it may actually be preventing us from fully appreciating the situation. In this talk, we will explore the larger socio-historical factors that led to the widespread use of heroin (and opioids, in general), and how such considerations merge with research on attachment, play and pain to inform treatment approaches and recommendations.