6-Day: Certificate Program: Clinical Trauma Training in a Retreat Setting is organized by PESI HealthCare and will be held from Jul 09 - 14, 2019 at Earth Rise At Institute Of Noetic Sciences (IONS), Petaluma, California, United States of America.
• Social Workers
• Marriage & Family Therapists
• Addiction Counselors
• Mental Health Professionals
This course has been approved by PESI, Inc., as a NAADAC Approved Education Provider, for 24.0 CE in the Counseling Services skill group. NAADAC Provider #77553. PESI, Inc. is responsible for all aspects of their programming. Full attendance is required; no partial credit will be awarded for partial attendance.
California Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors: PESI, Inc. is an approved provider by the CCAPP-EI, Provider #: OS-03-036-1017. This activity meets the qualifications for 24.0 CEH's (continuing education hours).
This intermediate activity consists of 24.0 clock hours of continuing education instruction. Credit requirements and approvals vary per state board regulations. Please save the course outline, the certificate of completion you receive from the activity and contact your state board or organization to determine specific filing requirements.
Marriage & Family Therapists
This activity consists of 1440 minutes of continuing education instruction. Credit requirements and approvals vary per state board regulations. You should save this course outline, the certificate of completion you receive from the activity and contact your state board or organization to determine specific filing requirements.
Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, and Clinical Nurse Specialists
Nurses in full attendance will earn 24.0 contact hours. Partial contact hours will be awarded for partial attendance.
California Nurses: PESI, Inc. is a provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number 17118 for 24.0 contact hours. Full attendance is required. No partial contact hours will be issued for partial attendance.
This activity consists of 24.0 clock hours of continuing education instruction. The following state psychologist boards recognize activities sponsored by PESI, Inc. as an approved ACCME provider: Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Wisconsin. Certificates of attendance will be issued for you to submit to your state licensing board to recognize for continuing education credit. Full attendance is required; no partial credits will be offered for partial attendance.
PESI, Inc. designates this live activity for a maximum of 24.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. PESI, Inc. is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education.
California Psychologists: PESI, Inc. is approved by the CPA OPD to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Provider #PES010. PESI maintains responsibility for this program and its contents. PESI is offering this activity for 24.0 hours of continuing education credit. Full attendance is required; no partial credits will be offered for partial attendance.
PESI, Inc., #1062, is approved to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Organizations, not individual courses, are approved as ACE providers. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit. PESI, Inc. maintains responsibility for this course. ACE provider approval period: January 27, 2017 - January 27, 2020. Social Workers completing this course receive 24.0 Clinical Practice continuing education credits. Course Level: Intermediate. Full attendance is required; no partial credits will be offered for partial attendance. A certificate of attendance will be awarded at the end of the program to social workers who complete the program evaluation.
California Social Workers, Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists, and Licensed Educational Psychologists: The California Board of Behavioral Sciences accepts CE programs that are approved by other approval agencies, including several that approve PESI and its programs. A full list of approval agencies accepted by the BBS can be found at www.bbs.ca.gov/licensees/cont_ed.html under “Where to find CE Courses.” This intermediate level activity consists of 24.0 clock hours of continuing education instruction.
This is a training opportunity that is a MUST if you work with traumatized clients – and an opportunity in a serene setting to practice treatment skills.
Immerse yourself in a truly magnificent and natural setting in California! The beautiful EarthRise at IONS retreat center is located just 30 miles north of San Francisco (nestled in the mountains between Novato and Petaluma). You will spend several days filled with learning trauma treatment skills. You will have the opportunity to practice these skills in a safe setting and gain confidence to improve treatment outcomes with your clients.
Through didactic illustration and explanation, live and videotaped demonstrations, and a host of experienced exercises, this educational opportunity in a retreat setting will provide you with the principles of trauma theory, diagnoses and best practices for effective treatment.
This training is structured to guide you through traumatic stress disorders – those included in, and those excluded from – the DSM-5™:
• Simple PTSD
• Complex PTSD
• Developmental Trauma Disorder
• Borderline Personality Disorder
• Once familiar with what is referred to as the “tri-phasic model” of treatment, including each phase’s goals, and the clinical tools to reach those goals, you will begin to practice these tools in the later stages of the training.
This is a rare opportunity to separate yourself from the day-to-day tasks in your work and home to focus fully and intentionally on building clinical skills, working alongside fellow professionals to improve your clinical trauma treatment.
Highlights of the Clinical Training:
• Tools and Modalities for Stabilization & Trauma Processing
• Somatic Interventions
• DBT Skills
• Communicate the biological nature of trauma including both the physical and psychological symptoms.
• Articulate the Polyvagal Theory as it relates to treating trauma in clients.
• Assess need for “psychological first aid” and implement with traumatized clients as appropriate.
• Discriminate between the sympathetic and parasympathetic response to trauma and utilize this knowledge for psychoeducation with the client.
• By combining functional measures of brain activity (via fMRI) with behavioral measures, development neuroscientists continue to investigate and present findings on how subtle early insults to the nervous system (e.g. maternal illness or early childhood abuse and/or neglect) affect both cognitive and emotional functioning throughout the lifespan. Summarize the brain areas implicated in these findings.
• Distinguish between the following types of traumatic stress: normal, prolonged, complex and developmental and articulate treatment considerations for each.
• Ascertain the clinical implications of traumatic stress symptomology, including hyperarousal, affect dysregulation, dissociation, body memories, and flashbacks.
• Employ the most effective somatic techniques to reduce client’s physiological memories, flashbacks and dissociation.
• Consider the treatment implications derived from the landmark study: Adverse Childhood Experiences Study.
• Explore the ten adverse childhood experiences studied as they relate to clinical treatment.
• Diagram the relationship between developmental trauma and the inability to regulate both affect and physiological arousal.
• Point out the relationship between developmental trauma and “health-risk behaviors” as it relates to clinical treatment.
• Appraise clinical presentation of the following attachment styles: secure vs insecure; insecure; organized vs insecure disorganized.
• Implement two specific clinical treatment strategies based on client’s identified management style.
• Diagnose the following disorders based on diagnostic criteria and symptomology: Simple Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Developmental Trauma Disorder, Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Borderline Personality Disorder.
• Instruct clients on various tools for decreasing arousal levels and modulating affect, including mindfulness and guided imagery techniques.
• Appraise and design strategies for the client to acquire prerequisite skills for processing trauma via EMDR, including safety within the therapeutic alliance and skills for self-regulation.
• Employ two clinical techniques for grounding and centering traumatized clients.
• Discuss the clinical implications of using each of the following modalities to process trauma: Gestalt Therapy, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Somatic Experiencing, Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
• Compare and critique specific trauma treatment interventions derived each of the following modalities: Gestalt Therapy, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Somatic Experiencing, Internal Family System (IFS) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EDMR).
• Articulate Shapiro’s Adaptive Information Processing model as it relates to clinical treatment.
• Summarize the efficacy of EMDR for processing traumatic memories.
• Detail and critique Francine Shapiro’s eight phases of EMDR.
• Evaluate Laurel Parnell’s four essential elements of utilizing EMDR in session.
• Appraise the clinical applications of Parnell’s modified EMDR protocol for working with complex and developmental trauma.
• Explore how both Gestalt and somatic techniques are integrated into EMDR treatment protocols.
• Ascertain the importance of resourcing a client with guided imagery prior to processing traumatic content.
• Articulate the specific EMDR skills utilized in a clinical setting for processing traumatic memories.
• Practice two “cues for safety” based on Steve Porges’ Polyvagal Theory.
• Communicate two contraindications for utilizing EMDR interventions for trauma treatment.
|Contact No. :||(800) 844-8260
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|Registration: Single-Occupancy: Early Bird Fee||04 Jun,2019||USD 2399.00|
|Registration: Single-Occupancy - Regular Fee||08 Jul,2019||USD 2599.00|
|Registration: Double-Occupancy: Early Bird Fee||04 Jun,2019||USD 2199.00|
|Registration: Double-Occupancy - Regular Fee||08 Jul,2019||USD 2399.00|