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Clinical Trauma Professional Training Course
This trauma competency training can revolutionise the way you work with trauma survivors and dramatically improve your treatment outcomes.
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About the event
Studies have shown that there are four key elements required to heal traumatic stress. When you accomplish these with your clients, you'll reduce their symptoms and speed healing.
It can be simple...but it's not easy.
In this online clinical certification training course, we will guide you step-by-step through a proven framework for navigating these essential elements with your clients.
And since these elements are common to all evidence-based trauma treatments, you can integrate this framework with your current approach or methodology to make your treatment even more effective!
This trauma competency training can transform your practice and trauma treatment outcomes, just as it has for clinicians around the world.
Meet the Internationally-Renowned Course Experts
Suzanne Brenna-Nathan, PsyD
Dr. Suzanne Brenna-Nathan, specializes in the treatment of trauma and addictive behaviors. She is currently the clinical director of the south area office of Sameem Associates Inc in Sharon, MA. Suzanne was the founding director of the award winning Child Sexual Abuse Team at Cambridge Hospital. She has worked as a victim specialist in a variety of clinical settings and directs a group treatment program for Adult Children of Alcoholics. Suzanne also has experience as an expert witness and guardian ad litem.
Suzanne has served on the faculties of several universities including Harvard Medical School, Boston College and Boston University. Suzanne has also lectured throughout the Greater Boston area on addictions, the psychology of trauma, child abuse as well as the psychology of women.
Gay Teurman, PsyD
Dr Gay Turrman, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a doctorate in Clinical Psychology, has been a clinician for 20 years. She has specialized experience working with Brain trauma on individuals, and couples. She combines interventions from dynamic psychotherapy to neurofeedback. By integrating Neurofeedback, supportive psychotherapy, and corrective diet she can determine the best tools that will be useful for the client.
Here is her focus areas of treatment: Traumatic Brain Injury, Better Brain Function, Holistic Care (relating to overall mental wellness), Nutritional Counseling, Stress and Anxiety, Chronic Pain, Depression, Migraines, Insomnia, Attention Deficit Disorder, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
James R Little, PsyD
Dr R. James Little, PsyD., M.Ed., M.A., C.Psych. a Member of the College of Psychologists, has an extensive background in the field of educational psychology.
Jim has also worked as an educational diagnostician and special education consultant with a variety of populations including gifted children, children with learning difficulties and children with behaviour problems. Along with his assessment practice, Jim has provided hundreds of workshops on various aspects of educational psychology.
Jim served as a core faculty member and President for the Adler School of Professional Psychology, Ontario.
Ivan Zy Lim, PsyD
Dr Ivan Zy Lim is a Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of extensive practice experience in treating mental health issues (e.g., depression, anxiety, PTSD, addiction), those with personality difficulties (e.g., borderline personality, antisocial personality), and those with problems pertaining to violent behaviour (e.g., domestic violence, general aggressive behaviours, sex offenders, substance-use)
Ivan is a strong believer in living a balanced and healthy life. His other passions include Chinese martial art, Qigong, philosophy/spirituality. After over 50 years of his Chinese martial art was and still is a significant part of his physical, philosophical, emotional, psychological and spiritual being. He has integrates Chinese martial art philosophy (Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism ) and Western talk therapy. His intent is to offer a postmodern therapy that will meet the needs of an increasingly multicultural population; a fusion of Eastern ideas with Western process.