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The horrifying truth is that violence and trauma are so pervasive, all women are affected by them in some way.

And the way women experience trauma is incomparable to men.

Their posttraumatic symptoms last longer, they're more sensitive to triggers, and are often victims of recurrent assault and abuse from someone close to them.

As a therapist, it's easy to get overwhelmed and wonder, "What exactly can I do?"

Your calling is to help these clients heal their pain and distress... and now you can, using the most efficient and powerful women-focused insights, approaches, and techniques available.

Join us, along with hundreds of your peers, for an exclusive opportunity to train with the most influential pioneers in women's trauma.

Learn from experts such as...

Judith Herman, renowned expert in women's trauma, a developer of the Complex PTSD diagnosis, and a leading authority on the intersection of trauma, justice, and social inequality on how to effectively support survivors.

Pat Ogden, creator of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy method and pioneer in somatic psychology, on somatic psychology and how it can be applied in the treatment of trauma and related disorders.

Eboni Webb, esteemed international DBT trainer and expert speaker on racial and transgenerational trauma, on how to provide effective and compassionate care to diverse populations.

Deb Dana, founding member of the Polyvagal Institute, and a pioneer in how to implement the clinical application of Polyvagal Theory in practice.

And many more!

PLUS! This online certificate program meets the educational requirements to become a...

  1. Certified Clinical Trauma Professional*—at no additional cost to you! That's right, we'll cover your certification fee (usually £79.99)! In just three easy steps, you can earn your Certified Clinical Trauma Professional certification! Scroll down for more details.

Register today and discover how to use EMDR, IFS, EFIT, Polyvagal strategies, and other cutting-edge methods to transform painful, traumatic experiences into powerful opportunities for healing, well-being, and growth.

Certificate Program in Women's Trauma

EMDR, IFS, EFIT, Polyvagal strategies and more from today's leading innovators

Usually $1,282.03
Yours for only $199.99 — Limited time Only
Earn up to 23.5 CE (+8.25 bonus CE) Hours included in the course tuition.
BONUS! Your Certified Clinical Trauma Professional certification (usually $99.99) is included in today's deeply discounted registration!
*Professional standards apply. For full certification details visit Evergreen Certifications
Click here for CE credit details | Click here for course objectives and outline
Janina Fisher
"It has become increasingly clear that women experience trauma at a much higher frequency, leaving a lasting imprint on their minds, bodies, and emotions.
The good news is, we CAN help them recover!
"

— Janina Fisher, PhD, world-renowned trauma expert and author of
Transforming the Living Legacy of Trauma: A Workbook for Survivors and Therapists
This online course features the world's leading women's trauma treatment experts who will address the pressing issues currently impacting women's mental health as a result of trauma, including:
 
Complex PTSD • Suicidality • Birth Trauma and abortion • Dissociation • Borderline Personality Disorder • Eating disorders • Health conditions • Menopause • Narcissism • Sexuality • Incest • Women's rights • and more!

Register Today and You'll Get...
 
  • A deeper understanding of the physiological impacts of trauma on female clients
  • Unique insight into identifying cases of incest in modern-day clinical practice
  • Downloadable resources including digital access to speaker materials and presentation slides...
  • And so much more!
That's not all... when you register today, you'll get access to 6 FREE bonus sessions (Usually $299.94)!
 
  • The Place of Justice in Recovering from Complex Trauma: Justice from the survivor's perspective with women's trauma expert Judith Herman, MD
  • The Role of Shame in Sexual Abuse in Women with Kathy Steele, MN, CS
  • Borderline Personality Disorder as a Traumatic Attachment Disorder with Janina Fisher, PhD
  • EMDR, Women and Trauma: How Attachment-Focused EMDR Can Heal Trauma and Empower Women to Actualise their Potential with Laurel Parnell, PhD
  • Examining the impact of racial trauma on BIPOC (black indigenous people of colour): the assault on your mind, body, and soul with Debra Chatman-Finley, LPC, & Gliceria Pérez, LCSW
  • Vicarious Trauma and Compassion Fatigue: Essentials for Therapists Working with Trauma with Babette Rothschild, MSW, LCSW
What You'll Discover:

Strategies for Trauma Recovery

Deb Dana, LC
Treating women and trauma through the lens of Polyvagal Theory
Deb Dana, LC | Click here for information about Deborah Dana

Discover brand-new methods of decoding the body-to-brain pathways that establish stories of safety and survival within the context of trauma.
Cece Sykes, LCSW
An IFS lens on women, addiction, work, and love — a new and empowering approach
Cece Sykes, LCSW | Click here for information about Cece Sykes

Join this experiential workshop to gain a better understanding of your clients' addictive processes, how it intersects with trauma, and how IFS can help overcome addiction in women.
Sue Johnson, EdD
The path through trauma to wholeness with Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT)
Sue Johnson, EdD | Click here for information about Sue Johnson

EFT offers a powerful framework for understanding and treating emotional distress. Learn how to implement Sue Johnson's innovative and scientifically validated treatment.
Kathleen Chard, PhD
PTSD, women, and trauma with Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
Kathleen Chard, PhD | Click here for information about Kathleen M. Chard

Join world-renowned women's trauma and cognitive processing expert Kathleen Chard to learn how to effectively heal your client's wounds using her specialized CPT approach.

Navigating Multiple Identities and Healing Internal Attachments

Bethany Brand, PhD
Distinguishing dissociative disorders from BPD and psychotic disorders
Bethany Brand, PhD | Click here for information about Bethany Brand

Dr Bethany Brand presents research-based methods including differences in aetiology, testing, and symptoms to help you distinguish BPD, bipolar, DID, and psychotic disorders.
Eboni Webb, PsyD
Borderline Personality Disorder as a trauma response: DBT essentials
Eboni Webb, PsyD | Click here for information about Eboni Webb

Eboni Webb, PsyD, explores the embodiment of trauma in girls and women across diverse backgrounds. Learn holistic strategies to address body trauma and utilize comprehensive approaches for treating mental illness.
Christine Courtois, PhD
Healing the incest wound
Christine Courtois, PhD | Click here for information about Christine Courtois

Explore how cases of incest are identified in modern-day clinical practice. Gain unique insight into the intricate family dynamics with more than one victim so you can skillfully help your most vulnerable female clients overcome their pain and begin their healing journey.
Suzette Boon, PhD
Working with perpetrator-imitating parts
Suzette Boon, PhD | Click here for information about Suzette Boon

Learn cutting-edge methods to help survivors break the self-destructive behaviour as a result of childhood abuse and gain a new understanding of the dissociative parts of your clients and their behaviours.
Julie Bindeman, PsyD
PTSD and traumatic bereavement as a result of pregnancy, abortion and birth complications
Julie Bindeman, PsyD | Click here for information about Julie Bindeman

The landscape of reproductive healthcare has shifted drastically, leaving many people feeling uncertain and overwhelmed. Explore the implications of these changes and discover tools you can immediately use in your practice to support your patients.

Historical Trauma and Intergenerational Healing

Jamie Marich, PhD
Honouring the Dissociative Mind in EMDR Therapy
Jamie Marich, PhD | Click here for information about Jamie Marich

Discover groundbreaking EMDR therapy techniques to effectively treat dissociation and trauma-related pathology. Gain valuable insights into the reality of clients with dissociative identity disorder (DID) by examining common myths and misconceptions from multiple perspectives.
Pat Ogden, PhD
Working with internalised misogyny
Pat Ogden, PhD | Click here for information about Pat Ogden

Join world-renowned trauma expert Pat Ogden for must-have insight into the reasons for internalised misogyny in society and how it is infiltrated into our self-perception and relationships with others.
Anita Mandley, LCPC
To come as healers: the insection of epigenetics, attachment and innate resources
Anita Mandley, LCPC | Click here for information about Anita Mandley

Experience Anita Mandley's healing model first-hand and gain insightful clinical tools to address the intergenerational trauma from patriarchal and Eurocentric systems with confidence.
 
Addressing Women's Trauma Treatment in 2022: Insights and Implications for Clinical Practice | Panel
Pat Ogden, PhD
Deb Dana, LCSW
Bethany Brand, PhD

Building Strength after Trauma

Arielle Schwartz, PhD
Nourishment for a woman's soul: mind-body interventions to support trauma recovery, resilience and post-traumatic growth
Arielle Schwartz, PhD | Click here for information about Arielle Schwartz

Drawing upon her background in somatic psychology, Dr Schwartz shares her integrative mind-body approach to enhancing mental and emotional well-being. Discover practical tools for addressing trauma-related symptoms premenstrual dysphoria, post-partum depression, and menopausal transitions, expanding your therapeutic interventions.
Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD
Building self-compassion after gender-based violence: toward reconnection of brain, mind, and body
Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD | Click here for information about Ruth Lanius

Unlock strategies for helping clients who have experienced gender-based violence to overcome intense experiences of shame, learn to be more self-compassionate, and feel deserving of experiencing positive feelings.
Tammy Nelson, PhD
Women, trauma, sex and pleasure
Tammy Nelson, PhD | Click here for information about Tammy Nelson

Women all over the globe are facing unprecedented levels of trauma due to regressive laws, pandemics, and global wars. Further your understanding of the female experience and create a safe and supportive environment for the women you're treating.
Linda Thai, LMSW, ERYT-200, CLYL
Father-Daughter Incest and Clinical Implications
Linda Thai, LMSW, ERYT-200, CLYL | Click here for information about Linda Thai

Linda Thai will unpack the historical context of patriarchal coercive control, and use it to build a foundational lens through which to frame the clinical challenges, complexities, and nuances faced by clinicians who work with incest survivors.
 
The Future of Women's Trauma Treatment | Panel
Anita Mandley, MS, LCPC
Kathleen Chard, PhD
Eboni Webb, PsyD

Certificate Program in Women's Trauma

EMDR, IFS, EFIT, Polyvagal strategies and more from today's leading innovators

Usually $1,282.03
Yours for only $199.99 — Limited time Only
Earn up to 23.5 CE (+8.25 bonus CE) Hours included in the course tuition.
BONUS! Your Certified Clinical Trauma Professional certification (usually $99.99) is included in today's deeply discounted registration!
*Professional standards apply. For full certification details visit Evergreen Certifications
Click here for CE credit details | Click here for course objectives and outline
 
Are you ready to step into the life awaiting you as a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP)?
 
Certification Made Simple
 
It’s never been easier to become a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP).
  • Step 1: Complete this online certificate program.
  • Step 2: Complete the CPD quiz and instantly print your certificate of completion.
  • Step 3: Submit your certificate of completion and professional license to Evergreen Certifications.
  • Click here for certification requirements.
 
That's it! No hidden fees. No catch. Just certification made EASY.
*Professional standards apply. Click Here to Learn More About CCTP Certification

When you register today, you'll receive 6 FREE bonuses (Usually $299.94!)
Judith Herman M.D.
The Place of Justice in Recovering From Complex Trauma: A Survivors Perspective
Judith Herman M.D. | Click here for information about Judith Herman

Victims of sexual and domestic violence are often faced with complicated questions of justice, especially when the perpetrator is someone who's close to them, such as a husband, partner, family member, or respected acquaintance. In this presentation, Judith Herman, the author of the landmark book Trauma and Recovery, will draw on her recent research with survivors of sexual and domestic violence to explore the role of justice in trauma healing.
Kathy Steele, MN, CS
The Role of Shame in Sexual Abuse in Women
Kathy Steele, MN, CS | Click here for information about Kathy Steele

This session explores the central role of shame in women who have been sexually abused, including the experience of body shame. Examine the dynamics of shame in sexual abuse, and cultural messages that increase and maintain shame around sex and the body. Walk away with a practical integration of cognitive, emotional, relational, and somatic interventions to resolve shame will be discussed.
Janina Fisher, PhD
Borderline Personality Disorder as a Traumatic Attachment Disorder
Janina Fisher, PhD | Click here for information about Janina Fisher

Borderline Personality Disorder is a diagnosis that is given 50-100% more frequently to females with a history of childhood abuse than to male clients with the same traumatic history. But despite that research evidence, BPD is rarely treated as a trauma-related condition. Dr Janina Fisher will help you to better understand Borderline Personality as a traumatic attachment disorder. In the context of trauma, attachment failure is inevitable, leaving a lasting imprint on all future relationships. Rather than experiencing others as a haven of safety, traumatized individuals are driven by powerful wishes and fears of relationships. Their intense emotions and impulsive behaviour make them vulnerable to being labelled 'borderline' and thus feared or dreaded by the therapists from whom they seek help. The borderline client is not at war with the therapist. She is caught up in an internal battle: Do I dare to trust or should I not trust? Should I live or should I die? Do I love or do I hate? Understanding borderline clients as fragmented and at war with themselves transforms the therapeutic relationship and the treatment.
Laurel Parnell, PhD
EMDR, Women and Trauma: How Attachment-Focused EMDR Can Heal Trauma and Empower Women to Actualise their Potential
Laurel Parnell, PhD | Click here for information about Laurel Parnell

Women are impacted by trauma throughout their lives: from abuse in childhood, sexual assault in adulthood, and systemic misogyny and sexism that impedes embodied expression of their wisdom and power. Attachment-Focused EMDR, an evolution from Standard EMDR, has been effective in liberating women from the constraints of trauma freeing them to flourish in expression of their wholeness.
Debra Chatman-Finley, LPC
Gliceria Pérez, LCSW
Examining the Impact of Racial Trauma on BIPOC (Black Indigenous People Of Color): The Assault on your Mind, Body, and Soul
Debra Chatman-Finley, LPC | Click here for information about Debra Chatman-Finley
Gliceria Pérez, LCSW | Click here for information about Gliceria Pérez

Debra Chatman-Finley, LPC, NCC, and Gliceria Pérez, LCSW, will explore racial trauma and its relationship to white supremacy, oppression, microaggressions, and implicit biases. They will also examine privilege and marginalization and their impact on BIPOC individuals, particularly in the therapeutic environment.
Babette Rothschild, MSW, LCSW
Vicarious Trauma and Compassion Fatigue: Essentials for Therapists Working with Trauma
Babette Rothschild, MSW, LCSW | Click here for information about Babette Rothschild

Psychotherapists, also (maybe even especially) those working with trauma, are particularly prone towards automatic, deep resonance with their clients. The human capacity for empathy is the somatic and emotional component, and the brain's mirror neuron system is the neurological component. This talent for resonance provides therapists with both their best and truest therapeutic tool, and is also the basis for their most common and volatile professional risks: vicarious traumatization and compassion fatigue. This session includes theory, exercises, and take-home strategies to put the trauma therapist fully in charge of regulating their own empathy and mirror system rather than falling victim to its effects.
 
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Certificate Program in Women's Trauma

EMDR, IFS, EFIT, Polyvagal strategies and more from today's leading innovators

Usually $1,282.03
Yours for only $199.99 — Limited time Only
Earn up to 23.5 CE (+8.25 bonus CE) Hours included in the course tuition.
BONUS! Your Certified Clinical Trauma Professional certification (usually $99.99) is included in today's deeply discounted registration!
*Professional standards apply. For full certification details visit Evergreen Certifications
Click here for CE credit details | Click here for course objectives and outline

NOTE: No additional discounts or coupons may be applied to this course.
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