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This program addresses a range of challenging ethical and problematic clinical situations frequently encountered in mental health practice.
Participants will be able to describe:
- Key elements of complex developmental trauma and proposed diagnostic criteria
- Prevalence and societal cost of childhood trauma exposure
- Core components of complex trauma treatment
- Key domains of functioning impacted by complex trauma, and relevance to current behavioral functioning
- How to use specific trauma-informed strategies relevant to their professional discipline and area of practice
Overview of Complex Trauma
- Distinction between complex and acute trauma exposure
- Prevalence of complex trauma and societal costs
Impact of Complex Trauma
- Attachment as the foundation for competency and resilience
- Developmental impact of complex trauma
- Prevalent Diagnoses in children and adolescents who have experienced complex trauma
- PTSD Diagnosis
- A new lens: Developmental Trauma Disorder
Assessment and Treatment
- Assessment Tools and Strategies
- Core components of complex trauma intervention
ARC Treatment Framework: Attachment
- How to help children/adolescents who have been trained to fear relationships feel safe
- How to really listen to the messages children/adolescents send
ARC Treatment Framework: Self Regulation
- Teaching children/adolescents to know what they feel.
- Teaching children/adolescents to feel what they feel.
- Teaching children/adolescents to say what they feel.
- Identifying primary treatment targets when working with complex cases
- Putting knowledge into practice
Vicarious Trauma and Self Care
- Re-enactment Cycle
- Stepping out of the Cycle: self care strategies