The Neurobiology of Trauma & Grief 2.0
Sponsored by Tomorrow's Rainbow, Inc./FPA Co-Sponsor
When: 6-part sequential educational workshop series Fridays 3:30-5:00 pm
1. October 16th
Defining Neurobiological Changes Due to Trauma and Grief
2. October 23rd
The Traumatic Impact of COVID-19 on Youth & Families: How to Build Resiliency as We Navigate Uncharted Waters
3. October 30th
Coping Strategies, Therapy Models & Support for Trauma and Grief: How Each Affects the Brain Differently
4. November 6th
Best Practices to Identify Vicarious Trauma and Communal Trauma for Teachers, First Responders, Therapists, and
other Human Service and Healthcare Professionals
5. November 13th
Types of Therapy Models for Trauma to Promote the Mind-Body Connection Necessary to Produce Lasting Outcomes
6. November 20th
Apply Learned Skills to Incorporate a Neurobiological Approach into Therapeutic Interactions
Participants will be able to:
1. Define the pathways that the brain changes after grief and trauma, including how to help heal the brain or bring back towards baseline through services provided
2. Identify at least two differences between support, therapy and coping skills neurobiologically.
3. Determine at least two ways that communal and vicarious trauma affects survivors of school shootings.
Approved for 9 hours of general continuing education credits.
Course Level: Intermediate; Psychologist; Psychiatrists; Students; LMFT/LCSW/LMHC; General Public/Other
Fees: $45 FPA Members and Non-Members
Refund policy: Full refund will be provided if requested by October 10th. A credit towards a future training will be provided if after that date.