- Accurately assess trauma using new DSM-5® standards with PTSD, reactive attachment disorder, adjustment disorder, acute stress disorder
- Best practices for ethical trauma care
- Transform your work with traumatized children and teens
Treating people who’ve gone through traumatic experiences can be a challenge. You may feel profound empathy, but without targeted skills your outcomes may be lackluster.
Confronting the avoidance that comes with trauma is a highly effective intervention with a solid research base. The benefits of CBT are powerful, both short-term and long-term. Learn the most advanced, specialized, and evidence-supported techniques for treating trauma.
This training will equip you with CBT tools that you can use immediately to help people with traumatic experiences. Build your confidence in helping people reduce avoidance, modify cognitive distortions, and expose themselves to feared thoughts and situations.
Transform your work by using proven CBT strategies. Arm yourself with tools that will dramatically improve the lives of the people you are treating in the aftermath of trauma. You will learn practical CBT interventions that work from assessment to aftercare.
Gain expertise in using the new DSM-5® for trauma-related diagnoses. Decide what screening and assessment tools are the best fit for your needs. Learn what works best for children and teens. Know how to approach people with substance use issues and trauma. Become an expert in ethical trauma care.
Gain skills and know that your ability to assess and treat trauma is based on powerful strategic interventions. Sharpen your treatment of trauma with proven approaches that have a solid track record of success. These takeaways will make you a strong and effective clinician with cutting-edge trauma treatment skills.