Full course description
Program Title: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Client Relationships Masterclass
Presenter: Erin Byron, MA, RP
Course Dates: Open, Lifetime Access
Format: On-Demand, Self-Paced Course
Category: Professional and Continuing Education – Masterclass
Estimated Effort: 3 hours (lecture presentation, quiz)
Credential: Certificate of Completion
3 CEUs (MUIH & MD Board of Social Work)
Note: Various other professional organizations and boards may accept this offering for continuing education requirements or financial reimbursement. Please verify with your respective relevant professional organization and email with questions.
Discover the facts, pitfalls, and key skills to ensure smooth interpersonal professional relationships when working with traumatized clients in this Masterclass.
Learn to navigate the delicate and often unexpected issues that arise when working with people living with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Trauma comes in many forms. Be it war, abuse, natural disaster, a life-endangering career, or other forms of violence and shock, the impacts of post-traumatic stress bear many similarities.
As integrative health providers and mental health workers, it is important that we are aware of how the subversive symptoms of PTSD can undermine our work.
There are significant interpersonal implications when someone has been traumatized. Lack of body awareness, even in cases when clients seem embodied, is a huge barrier. Beliefs about health care, seeking attention, ability to recovery, self-efficacy, and even information and kinesthetic processing can all interfere with communication and recovery. This course explains what may be occurring without your awareness, why that happens, and what you can do about it.
Even if your work is not in the realm of mental health and awareness of the symptoms of PTSD and how to navigate interpersonal and cognitive/kinesthetic pitfalls is important in ensuring the best outcomes for clients.
Learning Objectives:Upon completion of this Masterclass, learners will be able to:
· Classify the wide range of PTSD symptoms & experiences using a clear 4-prong framework
· Identify the potential disruptions in communication, consent, and learning/recovery – and how to avoid them
· Assemble concrete skills to limit your frustration, fatigue, and burnout when dealing with intense cases
Who should participate:
Social workers, psychologists, mental health professionals, health & wellness coaches, nutritionists, acupuncturists, yoga therapists, massage therapists, physicians, functional medicine practitioners. All other interested complementary and integrative health and healthcare practitioners and the general public.
Recommended pre-requisites: None required.
Registration Fee(s): $147
What you will get:· 2 hours interactive instructional video lecture content
· PowerPoint presentation PDF to reference
· Practitioner handout for use in practice
· Lifetime access to the course content for review and use in practice
· Certificate of Completion & CEUs (upon successful achievement of program assessments)
*CEUs should be verified with the individual professional organization(s) for which you are seeking continuing education credit.
For questions about this offering or CEUs, contact.
MUIH Faculty, Staff & Alumni may be eligible for exclusive discounts on this offering. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to verify your MUIH Affiliation and registration discount details.
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Refund Policy: This self-based program is non-refundable upon purchase.
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