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Live Webinar with Dr. Colin Ross on April 30, 2019 at 1 pm EST

Live Webinar with Dr. Colin Ross on April 30, 2019 at 1 pm EST

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April 30th at 1 pm ET. Common Cognitive Distortions in Trauma Survivors. In this webinar, Dr. Ross will discuss common cognitive errors among trauma survivors. These are most prominent in survivors of severe, chronic childhood trauma but also can occur in people who have experienced a single traumatic event in adulthood. Negative distortions in thinking are included in the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria for PTSD. Examples of such errors in thinking are: I am bad; the abuse is my fault; I deserved the abuse; I could have prevented or avoided the abuse; and my judgment is terrible. These beliefs are understandable and arise from normal childhood thought processes: within Dr. Ross’ Trauma Model Therapy, these different forms of self-blame are based on the locus of control shift, which he will explain. Common categories of cognitive errors in trauma survivors include: over-generalization; personalization; and catastrophization. Examples of strategies and interventions for these errors in thinking will be described.

You can submit questions throughout the live webinar for the presenters to answer during their Q&A sessions. 

All prices are in USD. Once you register, a confirmation email will be sent to you immediately. A few days before the webinar, we'll send you a reminder email along with a link to access the live webinar and a pdf of the slides.


Colin A. Ross, M.D
completed medical school at the University of Alberta and his psychiatry training at the University of Manitoba in Canada. He is a Past President of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, and is the author of 200 papers and 29 books. He has spoken widely throughout North America and Europe, and in China, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand. He has been a keynote speaker at many different conferences, and has reviewed for over 30 different professional journals. Dr. Ross is the Director of hospital-based Trauma Programs in Denton, Texas, Torrance, California and Grand Rapids, Michigan. He provides weekly cognitive therapy groups at all three locations, in person in Texas and by video-conference in Michigan and California. He has been running a hospital Trauma Program in the Dallas area since moving to Texas in 1991. Dr. Ross has published a series of treatment outcome studies in peer-reviewed journals, which provide evidence for the effectiveness of Trauma Model Therapy. Many of his papers involve large series of cases, with original research data and statistical analyses, including a paper entitled ‘Trauma and Dissociation in China” in the American Journal of Psychiatry. For more information about Dr. Colin Ross, or to learn about his inpatient trauma programs, or to purchase books, please visit The Colin A. Ross Institute . Full speaker bios can be found here.

Objectives: By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

1.      Describe common cognitive errors in trauma survivors.

2.      Explain the origins of these errors in normal childhood thought processes.

3.      Describe treatment strategies for addressing trauma-driven cognitive errors.

4.      Describe common categories of cognitive errors in trauma survivors.

Schedule
1:00 – 1:55       Dr Colin Ross’ presentation
1:55 - 2:00       Questions & Answers

For Students: Welcome! Please email your proof of status to info@traumaedessentials.com. We are unable to send you the link to the webinar until we have received your document. See the FAQ section on our website for details on acceptable documents.

2019 Registration Fee

  • Regular Registration $35 USD

  • Students (full-time) $25 USD

  • All courses are intermediate level unless otherwise specified.

  • Registration to a live webinar includes access to the recorded webinar as well which will be emailed to you within a few hours of the live webinar ending.

CE credit information

  • 1 CE credit for this 1 hour live webinar (APA, NBCC, NAADAC) available at checkout for an additional $5 USD.

  • 0.75 ASWB CE credits available at checkout for an additional $5 USD.

  • Trauma Education Essentials, #1673, is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Trauma Education Essentials maintains responsibility for the program. ASWB Approval Period: 08/30/2018 – 08/30/2019. Social workers should contact their regulatory board to determine course approval for continuing education credits. Social workers participating in this course will receive 0.75 continuing education clock hours.

  • IMPORTANT: we can only provide CE credit hours for the time that you actually attend the live webinar which is based off the time you sign in to the live webinar and when you sign off. For example, if you sign in an hour late to a 2 hour live webinar, you will receive the amount of CE credits hours associated for the one hour attended, not for the 2 hours that were paid for. This is a requirement of the regulatory boards. No refunds will be provided for CE credits missed due to being late or leaving early.

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