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One of the things I believe is so important in healing PTSD is knowledge. The more you know the more likely you will find your way to recovery.
So when I was invited to present these two webinars — for FREE to you — I jumped at the chance.
They’re coming up next week so be sure to sign up now!
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2014 | 6- 7 P.M. CST
Presented by Michele Rosenthal, Award-Nominated Author, Speaker, Post-Trauma Coach Founder, www.healmyptsd.com, and Radio Host, CHANGING DIRECTION
Have you recently gone through a traumatic event or continue to be haunted by trauma from some point in your life? There are many types of trauma: from grief and loss, to accident-related trauma, sexual abuse-related trauma, and combat PTSD. What issues do survivors encounter after trauma? What qualifies as “trauma”? How can it be healed?
Education and information are the two most important elements of charting a successful post-trauma path. This introductory webinar focuses on the basic foundation of trauma facts: signs, symptoms, co-occurring disorders such as depression, anxiety & substance abuse, treatment options, necessary components for successful recovery and expectations for healing. Sign up here.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2014 | 1-2 P.M. CST
Co-Presented by Michele Rosenthal, Award-Nominated Author, Speaker, Post-Trauma Coach Founder, www.healmyptsd.com, and Radio Host, CHANGING DIRECTION and Megan Ross, LPC, R-DMT, GL-CMA, Trauma Therapy Coordinator, Timberline Knolls
Whether a trauma is physical in nature or not, it affects both the mind and body to the core. As the field of neuroscience continues to prove the link between trauma and its effects on the body and brain, we also learn how using the body can help heal the brain. More and more professionals are recognizing the need for incorporating body-based modalities in helping patients heal from trauma.
This presentation focuses on empirically based treatment methods that utilize the body in the healing process. Clinicians will learn a working definition of somatic integrated modalities, why such methods are useful, how they benefit recovery and how they can be incorporated into a healing program. [1.0 contact hour] Sign up here.
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