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Understanding Trauma: Foundations; Presenter: Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.

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Copyright : 09/10/2018

The Complexity of Adaptation to Trauma; Presenter: Jana Pressley, Psy.D

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Copyright : 09/19/2018

The Nature of Trauma: Developmental Neurobiology, Neuroimaging Research and Effective Intervention; Presenter: Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.

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Copyright : 09/10/2018

Neurobiology of Trauma Treatment: EMDR and New Research Directions; Presenter: Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.

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Copyright : 09/20/2018

Adult Attachment Relationships; Presenter: Jana Pressley, Psy.D

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Copyright : 09/19/2018

Race, Class, and Context; Presenter: Gary Bailey, MSW, ACSW

Gary Bailey, DHL, MSW, ACSW, discusses Race, Class, and Context in working with trauma.

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Stereotyping Across Intersections of Race and Age

Defining Cultural Diversity

Intersectionality Theory

Cultural Humility

Microaggressions & Micro-inequities

Counteracting Micro-Inequities with Micro-Affirmations

Power & Empowerment

Copyright : 09/28/2018

Trauma Assessment of Children and Adults; Presenter: Alexandra Cook, Ph.D.

Alexandra Cook, Ph.D., takes you through the ins and outs of conducting trauma assessments with children and adults.

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Introduction & Case Example

Trauma Evaluation

Case Formulation & Presentation Trauma Evaluation Referrals

Copyright : 09/28/2018

Childhood Trauma: Impact and Long-Term Consequences; Presenter: Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.

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Copyright : 09/20/2018

The Scope of Trauma Treatment: From Acute Interventions to Restoration of Self-Experience; Presenter: Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.

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Copyright : 09/25/2018

Introduction to ARC: The Attachment, Regulation, and Competency Model; Presenter: Margaret Blaustein, Ph.D.

Module from the Traumatic Stress Studies Course

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Applicability of ARC Interventions Across Life Span

Case Example James, 13-Year-Old Seventh Grade Student, Diagnosed with ADHD and ODD

Complex Experience of Trauma – Layers of Adversity

Understanding Childhood Trauma – Overwhelming Experience, Sense of Loss of Control and Vulnerability

ARC Framework of Intervention - Implementation Challenges

Intervention Approach – Dual Caregiver/Child Focus, Three Core Strategies

Trauma Experience Integration (TEI) – Capacity for Distress Tolerance and Active Engagement in Experience

The Observe-Modulate-Do Cycle

Addressing Safety, Reflective Capacity and Present Engagement

Attributes of Provider Attunement – Continued Case Example

Formulation-Driven Treatment – Making Sense of Client Behavior and Context

Case Application Exercise – History and Formulation

Attributes of Safe Attachment Relationships

The Trauma Impacted System – Disruptions in Curiosity, Modulation and Safety

Parallel Processing in Caregiver-Child Interaction

Attachment Goals – Building an Influential Caregiving Syste

Basic Requirements for Trauma-Focused Intervention

Ongoing Engagement Issues – Skills, Stake, Goals, Potential Barriers

Caregiver and Therapist Affect Management

Attunement - Observation and Language

Effective Responding to Youth Behaviors – Observe, Co-Modulate, Act

Therapist Resources

Copyright : 10/04/2018

ARC & Supporting Regulation in Childhood; Presenter: Margaret Blaustein, Ph.D.

Module from the Traumatic Stress Studies Course

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Supporting Regulation in Children and Adolescents

Presenting Reasons for Treatment

Developing Affective Regulation

Developmental Trauma Disorder – Proposed Criteria

Affective and Physiological Dysregulation – Ongoing Client Assessment

Addressing Dysregulation and Building Regulation Skills

ARC Skills Framework

Effective Modulation of Levels of Arousal

Case Example – Supporting Regulation and Relationship/Attachment

The Flow of Treatment – Sequential and Simultaneous Interventions

Copyright : 10/04/2018

Adult Treatment Through the Lens of Components-Based Psychotherapy (CBP); Presenter: Elizabeth Hopper, Ph.D.

Module from the Traumatic Stress Studies Course

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Models of The Therapeutic Process - Benefits of Manualized Process

Structure of Components-Based Psychotherapy

Treating Adult Survivors of Childhood Emotional Abuse and Neglect – Impact on Family

Case Example – David, Biracial Married Adult with Teenage Child Experiencing Difficulty, Marital Problems

Case Example Nicole – Caucasian Mom, Married to Latino Man, Paralegal

Improvement in psychotherapy as a function of therapeutic factors

Basic Stance of Reliability, Attunement, Transparency

Relational Elements – Connection and Boundaries, Self-Disclosure, Acknowledging Strengths

Client-Therapist Relationship Challenges- Still Face Experiment

Relationship Questions to Consider

Regulation – Window of Tolerance

Negative Mood Regulation as Predictor of Treatment Outcome (Cloitre)

Therapy Induced Triggers

Window of Engagement – Matching Client and Therapist Levels of Tolerance

Special Topics in Regulation – Space, Approach, Cultural Considerations, Regulatory Tools

Parts Work – Metaphors for Neurobiological Phenomenon

Narrative – Integrative Storytelling, Nonverbal Approaches

Three Levels of Trauma Processing

Traumatic Experience Integration – Mourning Losses, Shifting from Reactive to Active

Traumatic Identity Continuum – Transformation of Trauma and Parts

CBP Framework – Integration

Individualized Component Entryways – Matching Components to Current Presentation

Clinical Choice Points In CBP​

Goals of CBP – Awareness, Connection, Identity and Resilience

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Copyright : 10/05/2018

Trauma Through the Lens of Polyvagal Theory; Presenter: Stephen Porges, Ph.D.

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Copyright : 01/04/2019

We Do Not Work Alone: Implementing and Sustaining Trauma-informed Systems; Presenter: Patricia Wilcox, LCSW

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Copyright : 09/12/2018

Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART): Bottom-up Interventions for Childhood Trauma; Presenter: Elizabeth Warner, Psy.D.

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Copyright : 11/21/2018

Trauma, Balance, and Sensory Integration: Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART); Presenter: Anne Westcott, LICSW

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Copyright : 11/21/2018

Body-Based Approach for Treating the Effects of Trauma; Presenter: Matthew Sanford, M.A.

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Copyright : 11/06/2018

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy: A Model for Accelerated Change; Presenter: Deborah Korn, Psy.D.

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Copyright : 01/07/2019

Trauma Processing with Children; Presenter: Michele Henderson, LICSW

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Copyright : 10/10/2018

Making Connections: The Neuropsychology of Sandplay Therapy in the Treatment of Trauma; Presenter: Lorraine Freedle, Ph.D.

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Copyright : 03/04/2019

Use of Play and Activity to Support Trauma-informed Treatment; Presenter: Steven Gross, MSW

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Introduction to Steve Gross

Chief Playmaker at the Life is Good Kid’s Foundation

 

Massachusetts Reception

 

Four Domains of Structure

Internal Control

Active Engagement

Social Connection

Creating/Evoking Joyfulness

 

Mississippi: Post Katrina

Work with Pre-School Teachers to Provide Structure

Asking the Kids to Teach Adults How to Play

Joining with Kids in Play

Video Example: Parachute & Drum

Body Energy

Soothing Exercise: “Hot Hands”

 

Sumatra, Indonesia: Post Tsunami

Trauma Training for Providers

Video Clip

 

Haiti: Post Earthquake

Feeling “Over-Your-Head”

Being a “Helper” vs. “Rescuer” or “Savior”

Learning from the Culture

Biggest Challenge: Building Relationships & Trust

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Japan

Different Culture; Same Effectiveness

Great Honor of All People 

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Copyright : 02/14/2019

Incorporating Play Therapy into Evidence-Based Treatment; Presenter: Jennifer Lefebre, Psy.D.

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Copyright : 10/08/2018

Working with Problematic Sexual Behavior in Children & Youth by Jon Ebert & Tarah Kuhn

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Sexual Development & Normal Sexual Behaviors

Sexual Development Across the Lifespan

Sexual Developmental Milestones

 

Sexual Behaviors

Normal Sexual Behaviors

Sexual Behavior Problems

Treatment for Sexual Behavior Problems

 

Understanding Teenagers

The Teenage Brain

Typical Teen Behaviors

Media Influences

LGTBQ Youth

Adolescents with Illegal Sexual Behavior (AISB)

 

Examples of Sexual Behavior Problems

Normal Sexual Behavior

Reactive Sexual Behavior

Sexualized

Coercive Sexual Behavior

 

Effective Response to Sexual Behavior Problems

Levels of Response

When to Report

Safety & Support Plans

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Copyright : 02/22/2019

Internal Family Systems; Presenter: Richard Schwartz, Ph.D.

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Copyright : 09/05/2018

The Use of Internal Family Systems Model in Trauma Treatment; Presenter: Frank Anderson, M.D.

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Treating the Various Types of Trauma

Comparing and integrating trauma treatments

Working with parts in IFS therapy

Internal Family Systems (IFS): Healing of Emotional Wounds

The inner wisdom of the client

Phase oriented traditional treatments vs IFS approach

The IFS Technique

How IFS handles attachment trauma – repairing internal relationships

IFS complex trauma study – results of pilot research

Neurobiology underlying impact of trauma

Self energy, empathy and compassion

Healing and unburdening

Memory Reconsolidation – accessing, reactivation, mismatch and erasure

Copyright : 10/09/2018

Healing the Traumatized Self: Consciousness, Neuroscience, Treatment; Presenter: Ruth Lanius, Ph.D., M.D.

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Copyright : 01/16/2019

Trauma-Informed Change Making: A Model for Community Healing and Transformation in Eastern Africa; Presenters: Ilya Yacevich, MA, LMFT, and Anita Shankar, MPH

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Introduction

Goals & Agenda

Global Trauma Project (GTP) Mission

How GTP Works

Background Story

GTP Approach

 

Trauma-Informed Change-Making (TICM): The GTP Model

IASC Intervention Pyramid

TICM Evidenced-Based Approach

Key Aspects of TICM

TICM Implementation

TICM in Action: South Sudan National Trauma Healing Initiative

 

Trauma-Informed Community Empowerment Framework (TICE)

TICE Development & Framework

TICE Application

Contextualization Part 1: Introduction to Trauma

TICE Framework

Contextualization Part 2: Connection

Identity

Conclusion: Lessons Learned

Power & Privilege

Do No Harm

Importance of Local Solutions

Global Mental Health

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Copyright : 04/03/2019

Impact of Trauma in Adult Spirituality and Meaning-Making; Presenter: Jana Pressley, Psy.D

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Copyright : 02/21/2019

Caring for the Caregiver: Vicarious Trauma; Presenter: Jana Pressley, Psy.D

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Copyright : 03/05/2019

Alternative Non-pharmaceutical Treatment Techniques for Development Trauma: Neurofeedback and Biofeedback; Presenters: Bessel van der Kolk, M.D., Ainat Rogel, Ph.D MSW, LCSW, Diana Martinez, M.D., M.SC

2018-2019 Traumatic Stress Studies Course – Neurobiofeedback by Rogel, Martinez, van der Kolk

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Copyright : 05/13/2019

The Future of Trauma Interventions; Presenter: Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.

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Copyright : 05/08/2019