This series enriched my personal and professional life through inviting a different perspective which offers hope for clients suffering with trauma. The leading edge approaches presented are empowering, immediately applicable and engaging.-Anya Hricko, MA
(PRWEB) May 22, 2012
National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine has provided health and mental health professionals with top level training in cutting-edge mind-body medicine for over 20 years. After capturing an international audience of over 13,000 attendees in the latest online training, NICABM is excited to start a 6-week training program on Trauma Therapy on May 16th. It's free to attend, sign up here.
Learning about treating trauma is now possible from a personal computer or office. NICABM's online training series on trauma therapy features the leading experts in the field including Bessel van der Kolk, MD, Pat Ogden, PhD, and Stephen Porges, PhD. Every Wednesday for 6 weeks there will be an interview between the President of NICABM, Ruth Buczynski, PhD, and that week's featured speaker.
Starting May 16th, 2012 there will be webinars every Wednesday that will present the newest, most innovative ways to treat trauma. Topics include how trauma affects the brain, how to uncover the root causes of trauma, how to use mindfulness and guided imagery to treat trauma and PTSD, what the polyvagal theory teaches us about trauma, how childhood trauma impairs brain development, and how trauma affects intimate relationships.
If the Wednesday webinars are inconvenient, a Gold Membership gives access to the video and audio recordings of each session, plus transcripts and exclusive bonus material. Find out more about the 2012 Trauma Therapy Training Program here: http://www.nicabm.com/trauma-therapy/?del=pr