Mindfulness for Trauma-Based Emotional Dysregulation
Mindfulness is an excellent tool to support recovery from trauma; including resilience, self-compassion, presentness and learning to self-regulate mood variations. Meditation is a natural, powerful method of healing supporting the recovery process.
|Series||Mindfulness in the Clinical Setting|
|Next Session||Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020|
|Schedule||Nov. 11, 2020 3pm to 5:00pm|
Autonomic dysregulation, damage to the brain and body’s stress response system, has been linked as the foundation of PTSD. The nervous system is unable to establish a healthy sense of balance and resilience, so the client's body and mind stay in a state of irritability and anxiety.
During this webinar, you will navigate the nature of trauma and the tools that can best help your clients who suffer from this condition. You will learn how to teach your clients how to use mindfulness to avoid being re-triggered. When your clients learn to pay attention to their body sensations, they will increase their capacity to regulate their nervous system.
What will be discussed:
- Discover useful tools to support recovery from trauma
- Learn skills to teach your clients how to avoid re-triggering events and experiences
- Learn to teach your clients to listen to the sensations of the body
This webinar is a convenient and affordable way to earn continuing education contact hours to fulfill your license and certification requirements from a location of your choice.
Thomas Roberts is a Psychotherapist and Hypnotherapist in private practice (Innerchange Counseling) in Onalaska, Wisconsin. He has over 45 years of experience in clinical psychotherapy and his own personal Zen Buddhist practice.
He is the author of the book The Mindfulness Workbook: A Beginners Guide to Overcoming Fear and Embracing Compassion (New Harbinger Press, 2009). He has also authored numerous articles published in international peer-reviewed journals.
Tom is past adjunct professor in the Department of Psychology at Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wisconsin where he taught Mindfulness and Recovery, and Positive Psychology classes. He is also past adjunct professor at St. Cloud State University in St Cloud Minnesota Community Counseling and Community Psychology Program where he taught courses in Mindful approaches to mind-body healing, Integrative Approaches to Healing and Advanced Counseling Practices. He is visiting lecturer at The University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse where he teaches a class in integrative approaches to healing.
Over the past 25 years, Thomas has become a leader in the fields of mind-body healing, clinical hypnotherapy, and mindfulness. He has worked in a variety of settings from inpatient addiction treatment programs to his present private practice, where he specializes in hypnotherapy and mindfulness therapy with particular emphasis on developing and presenting his unique approach to mind-body healing.
Thomas continues to offer classes, workshops and retreats locally and throughout the United States.