This workshop is designed for experienced front-line workers who provide short-term (non-psychotherapy) counseling contact with vulnerable populations in community-based settings.
Traumatic experiences that are frozen, stuck and unprocessed have the potential to exacerbate and to generalize stress reactions. We will learn what causes certain memories to become traumatic. We will review the neurobiology of stress on memory systems and cognitive distortions that sear trauma responses in the nervous system. Some memories are based on fear, helplessness and horror, and others memories are fortified by cognitive stuck points (guilt, shame, absorption of perpetrator messages, cultural/religious beliefs). You will learn effective interventions that target source traumatic memories. You will have an overview of evidenced-based treatment (CBT, CPT, PET, IRRT).
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Facilitator: Natalie Zlodre MSW, RSW
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Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - Wednesday, April 12, 2017 9:00 AM - 4:00 PMEastern Time Zone
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Hincks-Dellcrest Institute114 Maitland StreetToronto, Ontario M4Y 1E1Canada
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