Can you say with confidence to your trauma clients, “I can help you with what you are hurting from?”
Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, New York Times bestselling author of The Body Keeps the Score, has not only dedicated his career to trauma research, he has maintained a clinical practice for 30 years — forging ahead and challenging the status quo of traditional psychotherapy, to decipher what works and what doesn’t in healing trauma.
Now for a limited time only, Dr. van der Kolk presents his proven treatment approach in an intensive online course that will transform your work with trauma clients.
Transform Your Approach to Trauma Treatment by using today’s most effective pathways to healing
Trauma treatment is about helping people feel completely and totally safe right now.
To feel fully alive and to be fully engaged in the present, and to have a voice.
Trauma treatment is about reclaiming lives…
In this transformational 6-week course, Dr. van der Kolk will give you a new understanding of the neuroscience of traumatic stress and the research demonstrating the efficacy of mind-body treatment approaches.
He will detail the benefits of numerous treatment modalities including neurofeedback, EMDR, meditation, yoga, mindfulness, and sensory integration methods such as dance and movement.
You’ll learn for whom each method works, why it works, how often it works, and how well it works — based on both Dr. van der Kolk’s own research and that of other leading trauma experts.
Through intriguing videos, case studies, and his masterful explanation, you will learn how to help clients reclaim their voices, their bodies, and their lives.
Plus, Dr. van der Kolk personally selected five renowned experts in the field of trauma to share their insight on traumatic stress — professionals and colleagues who over the years have brought a deeper understanding of this field to him — and now to us.
Dr. Ed Tronick on Trust and Meaning Making in Parent-Child Interactions
Dr. Ed Tronick is a developmental psychologist and expert in infants and attachment, the Director of Child Development Unit and Distinguished Professor at UMass, Boston and a lecturer at Harvard Medical School
Dr. Stephen Porges on Connectedness as a Biological Imperative: Understanding Trauma Through the Lens of the Polyvagal Theory
Dr. Stephen Porges is the creator of The Polyvagal Theory, and an International expert on neurophysiology of emotions, trauma, and attachment
Dr. Alexander McFarlane on How PTSD Affects Mind, Brain and Biology
Dr. Alexander McFarlane is the head of Australia’s The Centre for Military and Veterans’ Health, and a renowned psychiatrist and researcher in the field of PTSD
Dr. Stephen Suomi on Lessons from Monkeys About Interactions Between Genes, Environment and Attachment Patterns
Dr. Stephen Suomi is the Chief of the Laboratory of Comparative Ethology at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) in Bethesda, Maryland, and is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
Dr. Rachel Yehuda on Transgenerational Transmission of Trauma
Dr. Rachel Yehuda is the Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience and Director of the Traumatic Stress Studies Division at Mount Sinai School of Medicine