OF THE SEQUELAE OF EMOTIONAL
TRAUMA WEBINAR RECORDING
CE Credit for psychologists is granted on a one credit per one contact
As experienced clinicians have learned, the incidence of trauma markers are sometimes higher than expected when evaluating with the ClinicalQ assessment. This is not due to errors of the process or artifacts of the technology, but a reality of our current world and how an individual's brain reacts to the long term exposure to negative life experiences, such as loneliness, being raised by severely depressed parents, daily bullying or abuse over months. People often don't imagine their own experiences as "traumatic" even though the effects for such extended periods of time are visible in terms of brain's activity.
In this webinar recording, Dr. Swingle discusses trauma as it is implicated in conditions such as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), severe anxiety, sleep disturbances, depression and pseudo-seizures. Attendees will also be exposed the neurotherapeutic approaches Dr Swingle's clinic uses for dealing with the subtleties of these trauma markers.
Note: All views expressed in the recording are solely those of the presenters and participants and not those of the BFE.