FREE 1 Hour Course: Where to Start? Interventions for Complex PTSD

Presented by Carissa Muth, Psy.D., CCC, R.Psych

Live Streaming April 30, 2024


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This workshop will be live streaming to online participants on April 30, 2024 from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm PT (Vancouver, BC)
Please adjust your start time according to your specific time zone. 

Registration will close on April 29, 2024. 

FREE one hour live stream!

CPTSD results after exposure to an event or series of events of an extremely threatening or horrific nature. Not only do individuals meet the criteria for PTSD but they have additional severe and persistent symptoms including negative beliefs about themselves, problems with emotional regulation, and difficulties with relationships. The overwhelming and severe nature of CPTSD can often leave therapists feeling lost on how to start or how to make progress when a client is stuck.  In this one-hour webinar, Dr. Muth will walk participants through a case study of a client with CPTSD highlighting different interventions that can be used including somatic, narrative, DBT, and CBT tools.

Dr. Carissa Muth is a registered psychologist in Alberta and the Clinical Director at the Sunshine Coast Health Centre and Georgia Strait Women’s Clinic. She holds Doctorate of Psychology, Master of Arts in Counselling, and Bachelor of Social Work degrees and ran a private practice in Alberta for the last eight years. Her research to date has focused on attachment theory, systems theory, and family involvement in addictions. With almost a decade of experience in inpatient and outpatient settings, Dr. Muth has provided psychological assessments, therapeutic treatments and conducted research in the field of substance addictions and comorbid psychological disorders. With a passion for learning, she has developed an eclectic understanding of the etiology and treatment of mental health and psychological disorders. Borrowing from this perspective, Dr. Muth integrates a variety of therapeutic modalities in order to provide feedback-informed holistic care to clients.