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The Body Keeps the Score: Trauma and Healing with Bessel van der Kolk, M.D

OUTLINE

Neuroscience & Brain Development

Early Life Trauma

Attachment, Trauma, and Psychopathology

Neuroscience, Trauma, Memory and the Body

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Trauma-Related Disorders

Trauma-specific Treatment Interventions

OBJECTIVES

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Objectives

  1. Analyze & communicate how traumatized people process information.
  2. Determine how sensorimotor processing can alleviate traumatic re-experiencing.
  3. Articulate the range of adaptations to trauma early in the life cycle.
  4. Substantiate how trauma affects the developing mind and brain.
  5. Communicate the recent advances in neurobiology of trauma.
  6. Differentiate between disrupted attachment and traumatic stress.
  7. Break down how adverse childhood experiences affect brain development, emotion regulation & cognition.
  8. Choose techniques of physical mastery, affect regulation and memory processing.
  9. Assess how traumatic imprints can be integrated using techniques drawn from yoga, theater, neurofeedback, and somatic therapies.
  10. Appraise the current DSM-5® position on DTD.
  11. Demonstrate how to integrate various treatment approaches in your practice.
  12. Defend treatment strategy alternatives to drugs and talk therapy through an understanding of current research.

Copyright : 11/20/2014

How PTSD Affects Mind, Brain and Biology

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Objectives

  1. Summarize the findings of the nature of PTSD and how it affects the mind, body and brain.

Outline

Copyright : 06/01/2013

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Objectives

  1. Analyze & communicate how traumatized people process information.
  2. Determine how sensorimotor processing can alleviate traumatic re-experiencing.
  3. Articulate the range of adaptations to trauma early in the life cycle.
  4. Substantiate how trauma affects the developing mind and brain.
  5. Communicate the recent advances in neurobiology of trauma.
  6. Differentiate between disrupted attachment and traumatic stress.
  7. Break down how adverse childhood experiences affect brain development, emotion regulation & cognition.
  8. Choose techniques of physical mastery, affect regulation and memory processing.
  9. Assess how traumatic imprints can be integrated using techniques drawn from yoga, theater, neurofeedback, and somatic therapies.
  10. Appraise the current DSM-5® position on DTD.
  11. Demonstrate how to integrate various treatment approaches in your practice.
  12. Defend treatment strategy alternatives to drugs and talk therapy through an understanding of current research.


Connectedness as a Biological Imperative: Understanding Trauma Through the Lens of the Polyvagal Theory

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Objectives

  1. Summarize biological theories which have impacted understanding of the influence of early experiences in clients.
  2. Articulate how deficits in the regulation of the Social Engagement System relate to the core features of posttraumatic stress disorder.

Outline

Copyright : 05/29/2014

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Objectives

  1. Analyze & communicate how traumatized people process information.
  2. Determine how sensorimotor processing can alleviate traumatic re-experiencing.
  3. Articulate the range of adaptations to trauma early in the life cycle.
  4. Substantiate how trauma affects the developing mind and brain.
  5. Communicate the recent advances in neurobiology of trauma.
  6. Differentiate between disrupted attachment and traumatic stress.
  7. Break down how adverse childhood experiences affect brain development, emotion regulation & cognition.
  8. Choose techniques of physical mastery, affect regulation and memory processing.
  9. Assess how traumatic imprints can be integrated using techniques drawn from yoga, theater, neurofeedback, and somatic therapies.
  10. Appraise the current DSM-5® position on DTD.
  11. Demonstrate how to integrate various treatment approaches in your practice.
  12. Defend treatment strategy alternatives to drugs and talk therapy through an understanding of current research.


Lessons from Monkeys About Interactions Between Genes, Environment and Attachment Patterns

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Objectives

  1. Ascertain the impacts of genetics and environment on the developmental growth process of clients.

Outline

Copyright : 05/29/2014

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Analyze & communicate how traumatized people process information.
  2. Determine how sensorimotor processing can alleviate traumatic re-experiencing.
  3. Articulate the range of adaptations to trauma early in the life cycle.
  4. Substantiate how trauma affects the developing mind and brain.
  5. Communicate the recent advances in neurobiology of trauma.
  6. Differentiate between disrupted attachment and traumatic stress.
  7. Break down how adverse childhood experiences affect brain development, emotion regulation & cognition.
  8. Choose techniques of physical mastery, affect regulation and memory processing.
  9. Assess how traumatic imprints can be integrated using techniques drawn from yoga, theater, neurofeedback, and somatic therapies.
  10. Appraise the current DSM-5® position on DTD.
  11. Demonstrate how to integrate various treatment approaches in your practice.
  12. Defend treatment strategy alternatives to drugs and talk therapy through an understanding of current research.


Transgenerational Transmission of Trauma

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Objectives

  1. Summarize the impact on glucocorticoid levels and receptors in patients exposed to trauma.

Outline

Copyright : 05/31/2014

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Objectives

  1. Analyze & communicate how traumatized people process information.
  2. Determine how sensorimotor processing can alleviate traumatic re-experiencing.
  3. Articulate the range of adaptations to trauma early in the life cycle.
  4. Substantiate how trauma affects the developing mind and brain.
  5. Communicate the recent advances in neurobiology of trauma.
  6. Differentiate between disrupted attachment and traumatic stress.
  7. Break down how adverse childhood experiences affect brain development, emotion regulation & cognition.
  8. Choose techniques of physical mastery, affect regulation and memory processing.
  9. Assess how traumatic imprints can be integrated using techniques drawn from yoga, theater, neurofeedback, and somatic therapies.
  10. Appraise the current DSM-5® position on DTD.
  11. Demonstrate how to integrate various treatment approaches in your practice.
  12. Defend treatment strategy alternatives to drugs and talk therapy through an understanding of current research.


Trust and Meaning Making in Parent-Child Interactions

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Objectives

  1. Articulate the role of stress-regulating systems in caregiver/child interactions.

Outline

Copyright : 05/31/2014

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Analyze & communicate how traumatized people process information.
  2. Determine how sensorimotor processing can alleviate traumatic re-experiencing.
  3. Articulate the range of adaptations to trauma early in the life cycle.
  4. Substantiate how trauma affects the developing mind and brain.
  5. Communicate the recent advances in neurobiology of trauma.
  6. Differentiate between disrupted attachment and traumatic stress.
  7. Break down how adverse childhood experiences affect brain development, emotion regulation & cognition.
  8. Choose techniques of physical mastery, affect regulation and memory processing.
  9. Assess how traumatic imprints can be integrated using techniques drawn from yoga, theater, neurofeedback, and somatic therapies.
  10. Appraise the current DSM-5® position on DTD.
  11. Demonstrate how to integrate various treatment approaches in your practice.
  12. Defend treatment strategy alternatives to drugs and talk therapy through an understanding of current research.


Program Information

Objectives

  1. Analyze & communicate how traumatized people process information.
  2. Determine how sensorimotor processing can alleviate traumatic re-experiencing.
  3. Articulate the range of adaptations to trauma early in the life cycle.
  4. Substantiate how trauma affects the developing mind and brain.
  5. Communicate the recent advances in neurobiology of trauma.
  6. Differentiate between disrupted attachment and traumatic stress.
  7. Break down how adverse childhood experiences affect brain development, emotion regulation & cognition.
  8. Choose techniques of physical mastery, affect regulation and memory processing.
  9. Assess how traumatic imprints can be integrated using techniques drawn from yoga, theater, neurofeedback, and somatic therapies.
  10. Appraise the current DSM-5® position on DTD.
  11. Demonstrate how to integrate various treatment approaches in your practice.
  12. Defend treatment strategy alternatives to drugs and talk therapy through an understanding of current research.


Neurofeedback with Bessel van der Kolk, MD

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Objectives

  1. Analyze the efficacy of neurofeedback as a clinical treatment for adults and children who have experienced traumatic events.

Outline

Copyright : 04/23/2015

Master Clinician Series: The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Present the findings of The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACEs) and ascertain its clinical implications.

Outline

  1. Introduction of Vincent Felitti, MD
  2. The Origins of the ACE Study
    1. Core issues of the Ace Study
  3. 10 Categories Studied
  4. Demographics
    1. Race
    2. Age
    3. Education
  5. 3 categories of how damage occurs
  6. Addiction
  7. 10 Additional Trauma-oriented Questions
  8. Process of the study
  9. Mental and Financial Costs of Adverse Childhood Experiences

Copyright : 05/31/2016