On Demand Webinars - SPRING sale!
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Intimate Partner Violence: Clinical Assessment and Treatment
with Jocelyn St. Cyr. LICSW
You could be working with a client experiencing Intimate Partner Violence and not even know it. Abuse comes in many forms, and at times, it can be easy for clinicians to miss. In this webinar, Jocelyn St.Cyr will help you recognize signs your client may be experiencing hidden abuse, explore myths around intimate partner violence, and learn tools for assessment and treatment. She will begin by defining intimate partner violence and incorporating common models for conceptualizing abuse. She will discuss important treatment considerations, including considerations for teens, the elderly, and members of the LGBT+ community. She will also explain signs of the most dangerous and lethal cases, and steps to address those concerns. The webinar will conclude with resources, including books, training options, helpful websites and community resources for clinicians to use in their work with both survivors and batterers.
2 hour webinar - recorded April 17, 2019
Spring sale: $45 USD! (Regular $59)
Trauma and Complex Comorbidity: Understanding the Relationships
with Colin A. Ross, MD
Dr. Colin A. Ross will provide a way of thinking about the complex comorbidity seen in trauma survivors, which then leads to an overall treatment plan that takes all the different symptoms, diagnoses, addictions and self-destructive behaviors into account. The webinar will conclude with a discussion of treatment strategies for complex PTSD.
2 hour webinar - recorded on March 20, 2019
Spring Sale $45! (Regular $59 USD)
Trauma and its Impact on Relationships
with Dr. Pat Love & Melissa Caldwell Engle, LPC, ATR
Dr. Pat Love will discuss important attachment conflicts that are common in relationships along with effective clinical strategies for treatment. Melissa Caldwell Engle, LPC, ATR, will explain common emotional patterns that can occur in relationships. She will demonstrate how to use the Spectrum of Emotions tool to identify these patterns when working with clients who have experienced trauma.
3 hour webinar - recorded Feb 25, 2019
Spring Sale $65! (Regular $79 USD)
Treating Risky and Compulsive Behaviour in Trauma Survivors
with Dr. John Briere
Learn practical interventions to safely process trauma- and attachment-related memories with your clients using a number of techniques from Dr. John Briere’s Reactive Avoidance Model. Associated interventions that directly address the emotional dysregulation and easily triggered states that lead to distress-reduction behaviors will also be explored.
John Briere, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences at the Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, and Director of the USC Adolescent Trauma Training Center of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. A past president of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, he is recipient of the Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Science of Trauma Psychology from the American Psychological Association. He is author or co-author of over 140 articles and chapters, 15 books, and 9 trauma-related psychological tests. Dr. Briere’s newest book is Treating Risky and Compulsive Behaviors in Trauma Survivors (Guilford, 2018).
3 hour webinar - recorded January 23, 2019
Spring Sale $65! (Regular $79 USD)
Dissociation in Children & Adolescents
with Fran Waters, DCSW, LMSW, LMFT, & Ana Gómez, MC, LPC
Learn from two internationally renowned experts who both work with children and adolescents with complex trauma. Fran Waters, DCSW, LMSW, LMFT, will explore the warning signs of dissociation with clinical examples, along with the core signs of dissociation. Ana Gómez, MC, LPC, will discuss the complex interactions between the caregiving system and the attachment system that lay the foundation for dissociative processes.
3 hour webinar - recorded Nov 12, 2018
Spring Sale $55! (Regular rate $69 USD)
What Queer Folks Say They Need from Trauma Therapists
with Leah Keating, Ph.D., C.Psych. (Supervised Practice) & Jenna MacKay, MA, MSW, RSW
Two queer-identified, early career therapists and researchers, who have experience working with members of the LGBTQ+ community, will facilitate this webinar. They will present research focused on different types of trauma, as well as microaggressions (or insidious trauma) that LGBTQ+ participants have experienced when accessing mental health care. The presenters will explore practical strategies to improve the mental health care of LGBTQ+ people through a trauma-informed lens.
2 hour webinar - recorded November 1, 2018
Spring sale $39! (regular $55 USD)