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Treating Trauma: Treating the Impacts of Trauma Across the Lifespan

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The objective of the event is the exploration of building skills in treating trauma across multiple domains.

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Cognitive Behavioural Education's Treating Trauma offers a thorough exploration into the impacts of trauma cross the lifespan. Drawing from Kaiser Permanente and the Centre of Disease Control's Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) Study, participants will investigate the correlations between specific childhood experiences and long-term outcomes for individuals across their lifespan within the domains of vocation, relationships, health and social functioning.

Treating Trauma will be headed by an incredible line-up of industry leaders who will explore the relationship between trauma and these domains in-depth:

  • Dr Scott Sells is a Family Therapist and founder of the Family Trauma Institute. In this session, Dr Sells will explore the role of the family unit as both collateral of and a protective factor against trauma. Building from the ACE study, Dr Sells will discuss how practitioners can help traumatised individuals develop and maintain strong family relationships in the face of their trauma.
  • Shanna White is a registered Psychologist and Family Therapist. Using neurobiological, trauma and systems theory, Shanna will discuss the neurodevelopmental, behavioural, social and educational impacts of childhood trauma across the lifespan. This session aims to help participants develop a thorough understanding of therapeutic behavioural strategies that can be employed to support the traumatised individuals in their care.
  • Naomi Nonu-Carling will explore multigenerational and cultural trauma. A qualified Psychotherapist, Naomi will explore the consequences of trauma within the context of cultural diversity, and discuss how participants can build cultural awareness and engaging reciprocity with clients.
  • Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist Christopher Bret-Renes will explore how trauma impacts intimate relationships. This session will delve into how couples can protect the initmacy within their relationship as a defence again trauma.
  • Social Worker Nick Blow will be discussing the nuances of how individuals who have experienced trauma engage with mental health services. This session will explore how practitioners and providers can work with traumatised clients to create positive outcomes.
  • Lorinda Evans is a Behavioural Specialist who will be rounding out the day by highlighting the prevalence of vicarious trauma or 'burnout' within caring professions. This session will point out the symptoms and discuss the protective and aggravating factors within the context of vicarious trauma. Lorinda will also aid participants in developing a structured self-care plan for caring practitioners.

Participants will have the opportunity to engage with each of these speakers in the form of a Q&A panel discussion. A short workbook with the assessment included will be provided to each participant and after the conference, each participant will receive their certificate of participation. Cognitive Behavioural Education is an accredited training provider, and Treating Trauma is a tax-deductible virtual conference that offers participants up to 10 CPD Points with the Australian Counselling Association, and 10 PD points for Approved Professional Development.

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