Time & Location
Oct 18, 7:00 PM PDT – Oct 19, 7:00 PM PDT
Virtual group session
About the event
If you’re a practitioner who strives to stay on the leading edge of trauma-informed treatment, it might seem like you’re hearing about a new training every day.
With so many trainings to choose from, what makes this program one that you should invest your time in?
In this program, we’re going to dig into critical issues in trauma therapy that other trainings don’t address in much depth (if at all).
We’ll get into how to work with the steep cost of the unlived life – a price many patients pay after they’ve experienced, and even begun to heal from trauma.
We’ve also gained new insight into how childhood neglect impacts executive function later in life (and what that means for treatment).
What researchers have found can reshape how we conceptualize cases and how we target our interventions
We’re also understanding more about the nature – and the anguish – of moral injury, and how treating it can differ from treating PTSD in crucial ways.
And finally, we’ve all been hearing a lot about psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy. Even if you don’t ever plan to practice it, there’s a good chance you’ll have a patient ask you about it.
We’ll get into the open questions we still have about safety, efficacy, and scalability, and about who this treatment works best for.
Trauma Coping event