NICABM – The Treating Trauma Master Series

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How to Know Whether a Client’s Dysregulation Is a Symptom of Bipolar Disorder or Trauma

NICABM - The Treating Trauma Master Series

NICABM – The Treating Trauma Master Series

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The Neurobiology of Trauma – What’s Going On In the Brain When Someone Experiences Trauma?

How to Prevent Dissociation and Rewire a Client’s Reaction to Trauma
The Hormonal Response to Trauma and How It Affects Brain Function
The Part of the Brain That Activates the Freeze Response
How to Help Clients Process Traumatic Memory That’s Stuck in the Body
Epigenetics and Trauma: How Trauma Affects Gene Expression
The Two Hormones That Disrupt Memory During Traumatic Events
How Trauma Can Affect the Body’s Vulnerability to Inflammatory Disease

How to Work with Traumatic Memory That Is embedded in the Nervous System

How the Nervous System Gets Tricked into Thinking Trauma Is Happening in the Present
How to Help Clients “Unlearn” Their Nervous System’s Response to Trauma
The Problem with Focusing on a Client’s Traumatic History
What Can Go Wrong When We’re Helping a Client Come Out of a Dissociated State
How Trauma Derails the Time-Keeping Part of the Brain (and One Way to Bring It Back)
The One Key Factor That Can Make Traumatic Memory Overwhelming (and How to Work with It)

How to Help Clients Tolerate Dysregulation and Come Back From Hypoarousal

The Critical Difference in the Brain Between Processing Trauma and Reliving Trauma
How to Bring a Client Back from a State of Hypoarousal
How to Help Clients Calm Their Bodies and Reengage the Thinking Brain
How to Know Whether a Client’s Dysregulation Is a Symptom of Bipolar Disorder or Trauma
How to Help Clients Tolerate Distress After Trauma
What Happens in the Body During Hypoarousal

How to Work with the Limbic System to Reverse the Physiological Imprint of Trauma

How to Tell When Talk Therapy Could Be Keeping Your Client Stuck in Trauma
How to Use Movement to Help A Client’s Body “Unlearn” Its Adaptations to Trauma
Why Targeting the Limbic System Can Make Our Interventions More Effective
What to Look for in a Traumatized Client’s “Movement Vocabulary”
One Key Approach to Use with Clients Who Are Unable to Verbalize Their Trauma
How to Use Limbic System Therapy to Reverse Feelings of Powerlessness After Trauma
How Past Trauma Can Hurt a Client’s Ability to Protect Themselves from Future Trauma (and How to Break the Cycle)

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