This presentation’s purpose is to familiarize participants with the DSM-5 Diagnostic criteria in its application to Stress-Related Trauma, PTSD as well as other subgroups of Trauma. The presentation will explain the etiology of Trauma from several venues including Internal Family Systems Theory, Polyvagal Theory, and other experts in the field of Trauma and treatment for Trauma including Bessel van der Kolk.
The presentation will present clinical information to illustrate the symptoms of Trauma and the differences between subgroups. It will also present information pertaining to barriers in getting treatment, developing a comprehensive assessment and creating an informed environment to engage the client in treatment. The presentation will offer clinical suggestions to various treatment modalities including Yoga, EMDR, CBT, and ART THERAPY that has resulted in successful treatment. The presentation will conclude with an experiential exchange of information between participants and the presenter.
- Distinguish the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria PTSD and Complex Trauma.
- Explain the etiology of Complex Trauma in relation to Internal Family Systems.
- Recognize the Neuro-Regulation Model of Trauma.
- Differentiate the various types of trauma and differences in treatment applications.
- Explain the Polyvagal Theory in relation to treatment for Trauma.
- Apply the Key Elements of a Trauma-Informed Approach to treatment.
- Compare various treatment modalities that are effective when working with Trauma “survivors”.
- Formulate the systemic requirements supporting successful treatment for trauma “survivors”.
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- Lectures 2
- Quizzes 1
- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level Intermediate
- Students 93
- Certificate Yes
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