TimelyTrauma webinar series begins in February.
In partnership with Psychotherapy Networker, AMHCA is offering a six-part streaming video webcast series, "21st-century Trauma Treatment: Learn From the Masters."
No area of therapeutic practice has seen more breakthrough advances than trauma treatment, but how do you stay on top of all that's new? Learn on your own schedule: All sessions are available on-demand, at any time. Simply download the mp3 of any session and listen at your convenience.
In the trauma treatment series, six of the field's most accomplished trauma treatment experts share an in-depth exploration of what really works and how to apply it.
* Mary Jo Barrett identifies the five essential ingredients of good trauma work.
* Donald Meichenbaum, PhD, explains why transforming the "trauma story" is central to effective treatment.
* Pat Ogden, PhD, demonstrates how to help clients create a "somatic narrative" through greater body awareness.
* Kenneth Hardy, PhD, shows how to take the socio-cultural dimension into trauma work.
* Christine Courtois, PhD, ABPP, teaches how to assess and treat dissociation.
* Diana Fosha, PhD, demonstrates how to build a relationship with clients as a trusted "True Other."
Enjoy four AMHCA exclusive bonuses:
* Bonus presentation by Francine Shapiro, PhD, on the nuts-and-bolts of trauma and healing using EMDR (Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
* Bonus mp3 of "A Community-Healing Approach to Trauma" with Laurie Leitch, PhD
* Bonus mp3 of "Energy Psychology and PTSD" with David Feinstein, PhD
* Bonus articles on trauma treatment--a special, handpicked selection from Rich Simon, editor of Psychotherapy Networker.
Register online at <http://www.psychotherapynetworker.org/ cecourses/partner-webcasts/trauma-web-series>.
All sessions are available starting Thursday, Feb 14, at 1 p.m. Eastern time. The entire series is $139; add 6 CEs for just $40.
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|Publication:||The Advocate (American Mental Health Counselors Association)|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Feb 1, 2013|
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