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Trauma-informed practice fosters an environment where the unique story of each person’s life experience is met with body-oriented compassion and awareness in order to safely and respectfully provide appropriate care and service.

Trauma-Informed Practice (TIP) for Healthcare Professionals is a unique, body-oriented training designed to support healthcare clinicians in creating a trauma-informed environment for their clients. The goal of the training is to raise awareness of trauma and develop regulation-informed communication skills to build compassion, safety, and regulation in the therapeutic relationship. Curriculum is tailored to meet the unique needs of clinicians and their clients with relevant considerations for working one-on-one in practice.

  • Online: Friday Evening – December 3rd, 2021, 6:30pm-8:30pm PST
  • In-person: Saturday and Sunday – December 4th & 5th, 2021, 10:00am- 6:00pm PST
  • Online: Follow-Up Group Discussion Sunday- January 9th, 10:30am- 12:00pm PST

I. Relational Nature of Stress and Trauma

    • Defining Trauma, Dr. Peter Levine
    • Neuroception
    • Bottom-up Processing 

II. Introduction to Trauma Physiology:

    • Threat Response Cycle
    • Polyvagal Theory, Dr. Stephen Porges
    • Symptoms of Traumatic Stress

III. Somatic Communication I Principles and Practice

    • Body Awareness and Body Cues
    • Interoception, The Language of Sensation
    • Attunement and Window of Tolerance

IV. Categories of Trauma and Statistics

V.  Trauma Support Referrals

VI. Regulation Self-Care for Clinicians

Webinar presented by: James M. Greenblatt, MD

Medical treatments for anxiety, including pharmaceutical drugs and psychotherapy, often leave many individuals struggling with ongoing symptoms. Nutritional research and clinical practice have identified several biological causes and contributors to anxiety that should be considered in the context of patient individuality and preferences for treatment.

Join us for a free webinar presented by leading integrative psychiatrist Dr. James Greenblatt, who will discuss nutritional supplements, dietary interventions, and mind-body practices.

The focus of this webinar will be on understanding the roles of magnesium, vitamin B3, and inositol in addressing symptoms of anxiety in children and adults. Webinar participants will learn about safe dosing strategies for these nutrients, along with other integrative medical therapies.

Webinar details:

Date: Thursday, September 9, 2021
Time: 7 pm EDT (Log in from 6:45)/4pm PDT (Log in from 3:45)
Duration: 1 hour
Price: FREE

This webinar will be hosted on the Hopin virtual event platform.

REGISTER HERE

Registrants are required to create an account (username and password) to participate in the webinar.

* No CME credits

World’s leading Scientific Event Organizer proudly welcomes all the neurologists, doctors, students and researchers to attend the 3rd World Depression Congress, during  June 28, 2021.

And find a path to carve out near to perfect platform where people like get together and discuss the possibilities in the field of neurology and its aspects.

Experiencing a depression is more than simply feeling fed up and sad for few days. Everyone has a moment of feeling low throughout the day. But depression is constant for weeks are months and the real Illness with the symptoms. To know such exciting topic about depression this event is going to organize in such a way to provide an exclusive platform for educators, new experts, learners to present and discuss more new innovations possibilities concerns in the depression field.

After the tremendous mastery of Addiction Therapy Meet 2020, ME conferences affectionately welcome you to join our virtual event “5th International Conference on Addiction Therapy” organized on April 01, 2021 which will be focusing on the theme “Exploring the recent innovations in Addiction therapy”. Addiction Therapy Meet 2021 is a remarkable platform to meet researchers, experts, associate professors, scholars and many eminent persons and it also the best platform for research works, poster presentations, oral talks, keynote presentations and discussions.

2nd Asian Public Mental Health Congress pertains to psychiatry and mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, bipolar, behavioral disorders, post-traumatic, seasonal depression, persistent depressive disorder, stress management and understanding the effective diagnosis & treatment to facilitate the recovery from psychiatric disorders.

Opportunity for all the presenters to be part of Best Presenter / Best Young Researcher / Best Poster Awards competition.

Conference Central Topics:

  • Neurology and Mental Health
  • Human Resilience
  • Epilepsy and Brain Disorder
  • Addiction and Mental Health
  • Stress, Anxiety and Depression
  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health
  • Womens Mental Health
  • Mental Disorders and Mental Illness
  • Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Treatment
  • Global Epidemiology of Mental Illness