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Traumatic Grief, Loss & Crisis 2.0

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There are 3 Continuing Education Units included with this course.


In this course, counselors will learn how to deal with clients of all ages who are facing traumatic grief. This 3-hour course is designed to help counselors understand the neurobiology of trauma and restoring the shattered self in both children and adults.

 

Course Lessons

TGLC 101: The Neurobiology of Childhood Trauma, Grief and Loss: Strategies and Interventions – Part 1

Daniel Sweeney, Ph.D.

 

Dr. Sweeney presents an in-depth look at the consequences of trauma on a child’s brain and discusses the many different types of therapy that can be used to effectively help children return to a functioning lifestyle.

 

TGLC 102: The Neurobiology of Childhood Trauma, Grief and Loss: Strategies and Interventions – Part 2

Daniel Sweeney, Ph.D.

 

In part 2 of this presentation, Daniel Sweeney will continue to share insight regarding the impact of trauma on children. This portion of Daniel Sweeney’s lecture will focus on best practices in expressive therapy for traumatized children.

 

TGLC 103: Restoring the Shattered Self: Treatment of Complex Trauma

Heather Gingrich, Ph.D.

 

The primary focus of this presentation will be how such post-traumatic symptoms can be stabilized when dealing with complex, relational trauma, both in the initial phase of counseling, as well as the trauma processing phase.

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TGLC 101

The Neurobiology of Childhood Trauma, Grief and Loss: Strategies and Interventions – Part 1
Presented by Daniel Sweeney, Ph.D.

Trauma—whether physical, sexual or emotional—often results in significant and negative psychological and neurobiological problems in the lives of childhood victims who do not have the maturity and/or capacity to manage these kinds of events. This session outlines the need for appropriate therapeutic interventions that recognize these realities, provide a safe environment, and are geared toward the developmental level of minor clients.

TGLC 102

The Neurobiology of Childhood Trauma, Grief and Loss: Strategies and Interventions – Part 2
Presented by Daniel Sweeney, Ph.D.

In Part 2, Dr. Sweeney describes how expressive therapies (such as art, play, drama and sandtray therapy) have established developmental, psychological, and neurological benefit. Such healing approaches provide a therapeutic distance and kinesthetic nature that helps young clients process intra- and inter-personal pain and experiences. Recent research on the neurobiology of trauma and the use of these therapies is also discussed.

TGLC 103

Restoring the Shattered Self: Treatment of Complex Trauma
Presented by Heather Gingrich, Ph.D.

Complex trauma survivors present unique counseling and caregiving challenges. Intrusive post-traumatic symptoms, such as flashbacks, nightmares and terrifying emotions, can be overwhelming. This presentation focuses on stabilization issues when addressing complex, relational trauma, both in the initial phase of counseling as well as the trauma-processing phase. The concept of dissociation and explicit faith-based resources are also examined.