04 mai 2021

The Treating Trauma Master Series: A 5-Module Series on the Treatment of Trauma

Get permanent access to all 5 modules, plus transcripts, application sessions, and bonus content.

The way we understand how trauma affects the brain and body has changed a lot in the last several years . . .

. . . and that has given us new strategies to help our clients heal.

We now have deeper insights into the nature of trauma that simply didn’t exist, even a short time ago.

You see, when we look back, there are a lot of things about the treatment of trauma that seemed intuitive to us but we had no science to back them up.

In addition, there were other things that felt intuitive, but that turned out just not to be true.

But now, we have that science . . .

Researchers studying trauma can now show what actually happens – in the brain and in our nervous system – during and after a traumatic event.

And understanding the role of the brain and nervous system can bring depth and power to our interventions.

It allows us to resource our clients with skills to stabilize, ground, and short-circuit old patterns of reactivity.

Using what we’re now learning can help our clients calm their nervous system, process traumatic memories, and start to practice the essential skill of self-regulation.

And when we’re able to help clients rewire the trauma response and foster healthier integration, it can have a profound effect on healing.

Trauma is complicated and nuanced. But promising clinical research and evidence-backed strategies can lead our practice in new directions.

That’s why we’ve developed an advanced program that gathers all the latest information on the treatment of trauma . . .

. . . and we’re calling all practitioners, all over the world, to join us over the next week as we focus on the latest findings on trauma and its treatment.

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