Time: 9.30am to 12:30pm
Physiological connection with thought, emotion and behaviour
Applying the knowledge of physiology to the trauma treatment process
What to expect from the webinar:
Participants will be able to examine the impact of stress and body arousal on ones ability to effectively communicate and maintain meaningful engagement in therapy
Participants will be able to define trauma in a more useful and holistic way of thinking
Participants will be exposed to the idea that behavior, emotion and thinking are reliant on hormonal and biochemical changes in the body.
Participants will be able to identify what is lost when stress and self-regulation are not achieved as the first step in therapy
Understand the importance Trauma clients being able to regulate their autonomic nervous system
Comprehend the importance of therapeutic relationship and positive expectancy (relational factors) for positive outcomes in treatment
An opportunity to interact with an international speaker, Dr. Robert Rhoton
1 week access to the webinar recording
Participation Certificates awarded
16th January 2021
An International Webinar on Trauma Therapy by Dr. Robert Rhoton
Do you know why you should jump into exploring negative emotions with trauma clients?
Come join Dr. Robert Rhoton, President of the Trauma Institute International (TII), as he discusses the basics of the science of trauma therapy and how traditional therapy approaches often fall short of helping the traumatized client.
To work with Trauma, one needs to know how to address these changes in the body that are creating the changes in emotion, thinking and behaviour.
Dr. Robert Rhoton
Highly recommended for:
PsyD | LPC | D.A.A.E.T.S.
President at Trauma Institute International
CEO at Arizona Trauma Institute
Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Psychiatrists, Psychology Students, Doctors, Social Workers
INR 1100/- ($ 16)
(*Last Date of Registration 13th January, 2021)