This online course will be streaming live on June 1, 2022 from 8:30am – 4:00pm PT, 10:30am – 6:00pm CT, 11:30am – 7:00pm ET after purchase.
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Recorded footage and all course content (certificate, videos, quiz) will be available until July 4, 2022. Extensions cannot be granted under any circumstances.
Registration will close on May 31, 2022.
DBT focused Trauma Treatment: Critical Interventions to Address Complex Cases presented by Eboni Webb, Psy.D., HSP
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) is a highly effective form of treatment for clients with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). However, many of these individuals have rarely developed life skills to build a proactive and responsive life versus a defensive and reactive one. Skills acquisition, daily practice, and generalization are critical for our clients to develop an effective interdependent adult life. Dr. Webb will provide a brief discussion of DBT and its relationship to the Biosocial model, the neurological impact of trauma on the developing brain and how to address specific diagnoses via the skills. She will discuss the importance of integrating DBT skills at the earliest point of treatment and utilizing skills as a foundation for life.
Practical Strategies for the Treatment of the Anxiety Disorders, OCD, and Insomnia presented by Jennifer Abel, Ph.D.
Worry is transdiagnostic. Excessive worry not only leads to generalized anxiety disorder, it’s very often a significant factor in the development of depression, more severe anxiety disorders, and many medical disorders. Therefore, it is crucial to learn effective worry treatments. In this segment you will learn the two key factors about the nature of anxiety and the treatments that address those factors. You will also learn five reasons why people worry and how to address them clinically.
Internal Family Systems Therapy: Step-by-Step Procedures for Healing Traumatic Wounds and Alleviating Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Addiction and More presented by Alexia Rothman, Ph.D.
Through instruction, video demonstration, and experiential exercises, Alexia D. Rothman, Ph.D., Certified IFS therapist and consultant and colleague of Dr. Richard Schwartz (founder of IFS) will show you step-by-step how to apply the most effective, empirically validated IFS interventions to help your clients connect with and understand their conflicting parts to facilitate deep, lasting healing.
Emotional and Binge Eating, Chronic Dieting and Shame: What Every Clinician and Educator Needs to Know presented by Judith Matz, LCSW
No matter what type of clinical practice you have, you’ve likely heard clients express shame about their body size. When people are at war with their bodies it can impact all areas of their lives, including anxiety and depression, relationships, and self-worth—as well as their relationship with food. It’s imperative that clinicians learn an alternative therapeutic framework in which to support physical and psychological wellbeing for people of all sizes. In this presentation, you’ll learn how a paradigm shift can empower clients to end chronic dieting, make peace with food, and to respect and feel at home in their bodies.
Understanding and Treating Core Shame in Trauma Treatment: A Neurophysiological Approach presented by Patti Ashley, Ph.D.
Shame and trauma are often linked. Current research on how trauma impacts individuals has changed the course of treatment for many clinicians. Furthermore, when implicit core shame is not identified, progress with clients may be slower and less effective. Shame can push clients to hide their innermost feelings because the self reflection needed to help them improve can activate dysregulated emotional states and
Impact one’s emotional safety. Shame often goes undetected in a therapy session because it is like an infectious disease that lies untreated due to symptoms that may be difficult to recognize.
This presentation helps clinicians recognize the non-verbal, unspoken, and often unseen aspects of core shame in clinical work. Identifying the neurophysiological development of shame and trauma throughout the lifespan can drastically improve treatment outcomes. Evidence-based tools and techniques that break the spell of core shame and trauma related to anxiety, depression, and other mental health diagnoses help clients reconstruct a more authentic self.
Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy: Breakthrough Treatments for Complex Mental Health Disorders. presented by Peter Addy, Ph.D.
This introductory workshop presents up-to-date findings on how academic and corporate researchers are investigating these same substances as breakthrough medicines to heal trauma, depression, substance use, and other debilitating conditions. At the same time, your clients and members of the general public may be using psychedelics in order to treat their own complex mental health disorders. Learn about current and historical use of “ecstasy”, LSD, psilocybin mushrooms, ketamine, and other psychedelic substances The limitations and risks of psychedelic-assisted therapy will be addressed. Participants will learn five steps for incorporating psychedelic-informed practices into their treatment. Become a psychedelic-informed clinician so that your clients can talk about their experiences and intentions without fear of judgment or pathologizing. Help them identify risks as well as how their psychedelic use may align with your treatment outcomes.