2-Day: Trauma Treatment Certification Course – ROBERT LUSK (Audio CD)
In this paragraph, Like you, Similarly I’ve dealt with some major obstacles to providing effective trauma treatment during my career.
2-Day: Trauma Treatment Certification Course – ROBERT LUSK (Audio CD)
First, How do I make the best use of the growing body of neuroscience research?
Second, How can I cut through the clutter of all the possible factors contributing to the trauma and get a clear picture of the issues to address in therapy?
Third, How can I tailor my approach to meet the unique needs of each survivor?
I looked for a solution and discovered it in an integration of neuroscience, physiology. However, the three stages of trauma recovery, smaller ingredients taken from larger evidence-based models and customizable treatment strategies. After that, addressed the unique needs of trauma survivors and their families.
In conclusion,This certification course recording presents this integrated customizable approach to trauma treatment in a manner that is easy to follow and readily adaptable to a variety of settings.
- You will discover how to use this integrated model as a foundation upon which you can then tailor and apply treatment approaches with which you are already familiar but until now seemed rigid and inflexible.
- As you know will be able to move beyond the standard script often given for when and how to apply various strategies, allowing you to focus much more intently on where the trouble spots are in each survivor’s life and what actions to take to resolve them.
- Above all, You will get a road map that will help you to guide each survivor through all the stages in the trauma recovery process.
In conclusion, Join me in this exciting, innovative, and evidence-informed recording.
As a result, Finish feeling invigorated, with a new plan of action for how to use standard models and strategies in new ways to facilitate meaningful and lasting trauma recovery, for instance.
Best of all, this training meets the educational requirements when applying to become a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) through Evergreen Certifications. Certification lets colleagues, employers, and clients know that you’ve invested the extra time and effort necessary to understand the complexities of trauma counselling.
Trauma Impact: Summary of the Research
- Definitions & concepts
- Short term and long term effects (the ACE study)
- In conclusion, The “good” and “bad” news about trauma exposure
- Limitations of the research
Assessment and Diagnosis of Trauma
- Assessment of trauma in children, adolescents and adults
- In conclusion, Trauma- & Stressor-Related Disorders in the DSM-5
- What’s still missing from the DSM-5®?
- Common pitfalls in diagnosis
- My “favorite” diagnosis & why to use it frequently
Address Trauma’s Impact on Neurobiology
- Major areas of impact
- The 3-part brain (or upstairs/downstairs brain)
- Neurologically-related issues in trauma survivors
- In conclusion, ”Arrested Development”
- ”Hair Trigger” threat response
- In addition, Cognitive, academic, & work-related problems
- Relationship problems
- The arousal continuum
Additionally, Evidence-based Treatments vs. the “Real World”
- What does “evidence-based” mean in trauma treatment?
- Components of evidence-based treatments
- The evidence-based components approach
In conclusion,, Points of Intervention in Trauma Treatment
- Main entry points: immediate support vs. trauma treatment
- Psychological first aid
- Stages of trauma-focused treatment
- What can you do if your client isn’t emotionally or physically safe?
- Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: The “Gold Standard”
- Case examples
- ”Amanda”: 7-year-old girl with sexual abuse and complex family issues
- ”Phil”: mid-30s man whose son died while in his care
In conclusion, Address Critical Domains in Trauma Treatment
Firstly, The Physiology Domain
- Nutrition and hydration
- Sensory needs and interventions
- Medications, supplements, & nontraditional interventions
- In addition, Physical activity/exercise
- ”Amanda” and “Phil” and the physiology domain
Secondly, The Relationship Domain
- The Attachment, Regulation, & Competency (ARC) model (for youth)
- Teaching caregiver emotional control (for caregivers of youth)
- Build attunement (for caregivers of youth)
- Positive discipline (for caregivers of youth)
- Build the therapeutic alliance
- Build a support network
- Implement routines & rituals
- ”Amanda” and the relationship/attachment domain
- ”Phil” and the relationship domain
Thirdly, The Emotional Regulation Domain
- Feelings identification and expression
- Use SUDs scales
- Grounding & self-soothing techniques
- The “Comfort Kit”
- Add attunement!
- Apply Bruce Perry’s Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics™
- NMT assessments
- NMT: Interventions by developing age
- ”Amanda” and “Phil” and the emotional regulation domain
Fourthly, The Cognitive Domain
- Teach and practice problem-solving
- Teach and practice mindfulness
- In conclusion, Address distorted cognitions: Most common targets of cognitive processing
- Cognitive processing: how to modify problematic thoughts
- Use the Franklin Method
- ”Amanda” and “Phil” and the Cognitive Domain
Then, The Identity Domain
- Focus on identity and sense of self
- Build on existing strengths
- The Life Book approach
- Exercises to improve identity
- ”Amanda” and “Phil” and the identity domain
Additionally Components for the 3 Stages of Trauma Recovery
- In conclusion,Stage One: Safety & Stabilization
- Establish rapport
- Education of the client about effects of trauma
- Safety plans
- Trauma-specific areas of focus
- Sexual abuse for “Amanda”
- Triggers for “Phil”
- In conclusion,Stage Two: Process the Past Trauma
- Create the trauma narrative
- In conclusion, Play and verbal-based methods of creating the trauma narrative
- Process of constructing a trauma narrative
- When is your client finished with Stage Two?
- Process “Amanda’s” trauma (play therapy “narrative”)
- Process “Phil’s” trauma (verbal narrative)
- In conclusion, Stage Three: Reconnection:
- Consolidate/internalize coping skills
- Enhance positive emotions
- Making meaning of the trauma
- Facilitate reconnection to daily activities
- Enhance current relationships
- Prepare for future safety and triggers
- Posttraumatic growth
- Reconnection for “Amanda” and “Phil”
In conclusion, Resiliency and Protective Factors
- Research on resiliency and protective factors
- The top protective factors for trauma
- Build resiliency
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