On-demand: How Polyvagal Theory Can Strengthen Your Trauma Work with Clients
How Polyvagal Theory Can Strengthen Your Trauma Work with Clients
Statement of need: With Polyvagal Theory, you can track trauma’s impact on the nervous system to reduce symptoms and speed healing.
And once you know how trauma impacts your patient’s nervous system, you can adapt interventions to be faster and more effective.
Presented by: Stephen Porges, PhD, through National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM)
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event web site: https://www.nicabm.com/program/trauma-porges/?itl=store
Format: on-demand, lifetime access to downloadable video and audio to watch or listen to at your convenience, TalkBack Segment to distill key ideas, Next Week in Your Practice video to give you concrete strategies to use with patients, printable QuickStart Guide to simplify review and action, professionally-formatted transcript of the session
Course credit hours: 2 CE/CME credits or clock hours are available; for additional information about CEs, see https://www.nicabm.com/cecme/trauma-porges/
Course description: Why the Vagal System Holds the Key to the Treatment of Trauma:
-how trauma changes a patient’s physiological response to the world
-what makes the human vagus so remarkable?
-how the nervous system reacts to another person’s voice
-exploring neuroception to help clients understand their physiological response to risk
-how the vagus affects our social engagement system
-the important physiological component of intuition
-how personal narrative originate in the body
-how psychoeducation paves the way for transformation of the brain
-why the face is the portal to a person’s internal state