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Treating Traumatized Children and Adults: A Lifespan Approach

Registration Closed - Home Study will be ready by June 30

June 11, 2020 to June 12, 2020

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Total 12 CE credits for attending both days.
6 CE credits each day.
This two-day Advanced Workshop examines the incidence and impact of victimizing and traumatic events across the life-span. Dr. Michenbaum presents a Case Conceptualization Model that informs both assessment and treatment decision-making. He will describe a Constructive Narrative “strengths-based” intervention approach that addresses the range of challenging emotional reactions such as Prolonged and Complicated Grief, Guilt, Shame, Anger and Moral Injuries.
He will discuss and demonstrate how to implement the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy that contribute to lasting behavioral changes and how to bolster resilience in Trauma Psychotherapists..
Attendees will receive a comprehensive TO DO CHECKLIST they can use to implement the interventions presented in this workshop. The program includes numerous video case presentations.

 

Seminar Description

This two-day in depth Advanced Workshop will examine the incidence and impact of victimizing and traumatic events across the life-span. A Case Conceptualization Model that informs both assessment and treatment decision-making will be offered. A Constructive Narrative “strengths-based” intervention approach will be highlighted that addresses the range of challenging emotional reactions such as Prolong and Complicated Grief, Guilt, Shame, Anger and Moral Injuries. How to implement the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy that contribute to lasting behavioral changes will be presented? How to bolster resilience in Trauma Psychotherapists will also be discussed? A comprehensive TO DO CHECKLIST of ways attendees can implement immediately the interventions presented in this workshop. Video case presentations will be used throughout.

 

Objectives

Participants will be able to describe:
• characteristics that distinguish those who develop PTSD versus those who don’t
• ways to bolster resilience in the following domains: physical, interpersonal, emotional, cognitive, behavioral, spiritual
• a Case Conceptualization Model that informs assessment and treatment decision-making
• the specific Core Tasks of psychotherapy that contribute to lasting behavioral changes
• ways to use trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral treatment with high-risk children and adults
• integrative treatments for individuals with co-occurring disorders across the life-span