Working with Trauma - From Confusion to Clarity

 

Intensive training for MH professionals working with people with symptoms of psychological trauma

Title: Working with Trauma - From Confusion to Clarity

**Following enthousiastic and exceptionally positive feedback from past participants, this course has been extended to 5 hours total duration**

Presenter: Elisabeth Scheepers, Ph.D.

 

Next Sessions:   Fridays November 6th & November 13th, 2020 - 11:00AM-13:30PM (SK time, CST) (2 sessions)

Also:                 Thursdays December 10th & December 17th, 2020 - 11:30AM - 13:30PM (SK time, CST) (2 sessions)

Last chance to take advantage of the reduced rate for 2020!

Modality:   Live Zoom, guaranteed small group format

Reduced 2020 Fee of $150.00 for the 2 sessions (normally $200.00)

Continuing Education Units: The entire training is now 5 hours and a certificate will be provided

Registration by email to: admin@scheepers-ccc.com

You will receive instructions for payment after registration

 

Dr Elisabeth Scheepers is known for providing high quality, up-to-date, research-based training for counselling therapists. The training Working with trauma – From confusion to Clarity requires some prior knowledge and experience in working with people with psychological injury. Participants will obtain a solid background and skills that can be applied in practice.

Topics:

  • The DSM-5 and ICD-11
  • Mental Health Professionals
  • Diagnosis of Psychological Injury: PTSD/PTSI, other stress and trauma related disorders
  • Controversies
  • Clinical Assessment
  • Types of trauma
  • Symptoms
  • Differences in symptoms re to types of trauma
  • The brain and memory
  • Attachment & Relationships
  • Research: What works for trauma?
  • How to be an inclusive practitioner?
  • What is evidence-based practice?
  • What are the active ingredients?
  • Summary of the most effective tools
  • The role of medication
  • Working with clients with different types of trauma and complicated histories
  • Additions & Feedback from First Responders to Elisabeth’s training
  • Trauma assessment to monitor progress
  • Treatment: A Process of healing from isolation to inclusion