Trauma Training Seminars & Professional Consultation
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Join us September 19-20, 2019 with guest speaker
Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD

WHY ATTEND THIS CONFERENCE?
September 19-20, 2019
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

BRAIN, MIND AND BODY: Trauma, Neurobiology and The Healing Relationship
with Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD

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WHY ATTEND?

Due to a scheduling conflict this conference is moved to September 19 & 20,2019

 

This workshop will discuss treatment challenges frequently encountered in trauma treatment from a clinical and neurobiological perspective.  Practical strategies on how to deal with these difficulties will also be outlined throughout the seminar.

The importance of the therapeutic alliance and the effect of traumatic re-enactments on the part of both the therapist and the client will be discussed.

Integrative therapeutic interventions aimed at restoring the self through resolution of key symptoms (dissociative flashbacks, dissociative voice hearing, out-of-body experiences, fragmentation of the self, self-mutilation, affect dysregulation, including high intensity emotional states, positive affect intolerance, and emotional numbing) will be discussed.

Moreover, treatment approaches focusing on re-establishing interpersonal functioning and preventing the inter-generational transmission of trauma will be reviewed. Finally, effective means of preventing vicarious traumatization in therapists will be identified.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This course is beneficial for Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Mental Health counsellors, Clinical Social workers, Marriage and Family therapists, Addictions Counsellors, Nurses and people working in trauma related fields.


OBJECTIVES

1  To discuss how to carry out a comprehensive trauma-informed assessment.
2  To learn to overcome barriers frequently encountered during trauma treatment
3  Demonstrate through role plays how to work with severe bodily detachment, self-mutilation, perpetrator introjects, and positive emotion                  intolerance and other frequently encountered problems in trauma therapy.
4  Discuss the neurobiology undying trauma-related disorders.



FEES

CONFERENCE FEES


Early Bird Rate
Before June 29, 2019
$395.00

Regular Rate
After June 29, 2019
$465.00

The student rate is for

full time students only.

Group rate is for four or more people

from the same group or organization.

Contact Trauma Training Seminars for student and group rates:

902-394-7854

Mail registrations to:Trauma Training Seminars, PO Box 781, Charlottetown , PEI, C1A 7L3 

Early Bird Deadline, June, 29, 2019 

TTS is committed to providing a high quality learning experience for all Training participants. Learning materials, training space, food and beverage, instructor travel, and a myriad of other related expenses are secured based on the number of enrollees in order to ensure that quality standards are met. The Training Refund Policy reflects the costs and effort involved both in anticipation of and during each Training.

Registrations are confirmed with payment


DOOR PRIZES!


Various door prizes will be awarded



THINGS TO KNOW


Approved for 12.5 cec with CCPA

The first three paid participants will receive

a copy of "Healing the Traumatized Self"

Registration begins at 8:am.

Conference will run from: 9;00 to 12:00

& 1:15 to 4:15.

A non-refundavle adminstrative fee

of $75.00 will be charged for cancellations

before August ,2019

No refunds after August 30,2019 

Registrations are transferable.







PO Box 781 Charlottetown CTL, Charlottetown PEI, Canada, C1A 7L3
902.394.7854