About the Workshop
This effective, thought-provoking workshop teaches providers working with trauma to learn new ways to help clients. “Big T” traumas like war or sexual trauma, or “Small t” traumas like neglect or struggling with how to develop relationships can be better resolved when clients have positive neural networks. This can speed up the healing process. Neurons that fire together, wire together (Neuropsychologist Donald Hebb first used this phrase in 1949 to describe how pathways in the brain are formed and reinforced through repetition). The speed of EMDR therapy does not contradict the helpfulness of other types of more traditional psychotherapies which can build coping skills and enhance self-understanding. EMDR therapy can, however, deliver more immediate symptom relief and release from negative “looping”. In this brief training, you can have the opportunity to learn techniques that you can use with your clients right away.After learning about EMDR therapy you may wish to get fully trained. Please visit https://www.carolmiles.
- Explore the indicators of trauma.
- Examine ways to work with trauma.
- Develop EMDR Therapy techniques to use with trauma survivors and with people who have experienced chronic stress.
How to Register
To register for the workshop, you will need to complete the following steps:
- Click the "Register" button to begin the registration process.
- You MUST have a TPN.Health profile to attend this event. You will be directed to sign up or sign in to TPN.Health before being able to complete your registration. Once you sign up or sign in you will be directed to the workshop registration page to complete your registration.
- You MUST use the email address associated with your TPN.Health profile at registration. This is important for tracking purposes.
- You will be able to access the event by visiting the "My Events" page within your TPN.Health profile. Please access the event link at this page at least 15 minutes prior to the event's start time to be directed to the Zoom registration page.