Join us for 2-days of in-person only training with world-renowned, Dr. Bessel A. van der Kolk, as he instructs about and shares the latest research on treating Trauma and PTSD


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Approved for 12 CE Hours

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NASW-MI This course is approved by the NASW-Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative Approval #080922-01
NASW-OH This workshop has been approved by the NASW Ohio Chapter for CEUs in Ohio. NASW is recognized as a Continuing Education Approver for social work CEUs by the OCSWMFT Board. No. 333350-090222
ASWB — Treating Trauma and PTSD: A New Frontier of Scientific Evidence and Practical Interventions, #4550, is approved by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program to be offered by Suncrest Counseling, P.C. as an individual course. Regulatory boards are the final authority on courses accepted for continuing education credit. ACE course approval period: 11/02/2022 – 11/02/2024. Social workers completing this course receive 12 Clinical continuing education credits.

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Seminar Summary

In this 2-day live workshop, Dr. van der Kolk will discuss his years of practice and research around why our brains are meant to help us cooperate and thrive in a community, and how our job as clinicians can help patients deal with the devastating effects of trauma on mind, brain, and body. He will cover how he integrates developmental, biological, psychodynamic and interpersonal aspects of the impact of trauma and its treatment.

Attendees will also learn various approaches to help even the most challenging clients rearrange their brain wiring and reactive it to experience pleasure, engagement, control, and trust. He shares the methods he has experienced himself and therapies used on clients for treating trauma, including sensory integration, neurofeedback, EMDR, meditation, yoga, play theater, and mindfulness techniques. Mental health professionals should be able to acknowledge the relationship between trauma, addictions, PTSD and numerous psychiatric “disorders” and discuss effective trauma treatments for their practice.

For real change to take place, the body needs to learn that the danger has passed and to live in the reality of the present.” — Dr. van der Kolk

Learning Objectives

    • Discuss trauma and developmental psychopathology and components of intervention for affect regulation and memory processing.
    • Break down impairments of psychopathology, attachment and information processing.
    • Compile the research involved with attention and concentration using neuroimaging studies and neurofeedback research
    • Explain the criteria proposed in DSM®  and how it has impacted the Diagnosis and Treatment of Trauma-related Disorders
    • Compare differences between attachment and traumatic stress.
    • Discuss affective neuroscience and how the threat perception system is enhanced in those with PTSD
    • List treatment alternatives to drugs and talk therapy.
    • Plan how to integrate various approaches and therapies for treating trauma including: Trauma Processing, EMDR and Self-Regulation, Yoga, Mindfulness, Acupressure, Dance and Movement, Brain Plasticity, NeuroFeedback, Theatre and PLAY

Included in the cost of the event

  • CE Credit hours and Certificate upon completion of course survey and approval. A digital certificate will be provided within 30 days of completing the program.

Schedule Outline (Subject to change)

All hours are Eastern Time (ET)

Day 1 – Thursday, Nov 3, 2022

Run of events subject to change. AM and PM Coffee, Tea, Beverages, and PM snack will be provided
7:30 am: Check in (Sign-in for CE Attendance)
9:00 am: Trauma and Developmental Psychopathology. The acquisition of affect regulation
10:30 am: Break
10:45 am: Attachment and Psychopathology. The breakdown of information processing in trauma
12:00 pm: Lunch (On your own)Sign-in
1:15 pm: Affective Neuroscience. Automatic medication of the threat response
2:45 pm: Break (Snack Provided)
3:00 pm: Attention and Concentration, Neuroimaging studies and neurofeedback research
The Impact of DSM-5 on the Diagnosis and Treatment of Trauma-related Disorders
4:45 pm: Q&A
5:00 pm: Session Close (Sign-out for Day)

Day 2 – Friday, Nov 4, 2022

Run of events subject to change, AM and PM Coffee, Tea, Beverages, and PM snack will be provided
7:30 am: Check in (Sign-in for CE Attendance)
9:00 am: How Mind and Brain Mature in the Context of Caregiving Systems, Attachment, mirror neuron systems and brain development
10:30 am: Break
10:45 am: Session 2: Developmental Trauma Disorder – Assessment and Treatment Planning, Videotaped sessions of sensorimotor therapy and sensory integration
12:00 pm: Lunch (On your own)Check back in for CE Attendance
1:15 pm: Trauma Processing, EMDR and Self-Regulation, Yoga, Mindfulness, Acupressure, Dance and Movement, Brain Plasticity, NeuroFeedback, Theater and PLAY.
2:45 pm: Break (Snack Provided)
3:00 pm: Q&A and Closing Remarks
4:30 pm: Session Close and End Training (Check-out for CE Attendance)

About The Presenters:

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Dr. Bessel A. van der Kolk, has spent decades working as a clinician and researcher to become one of the most renowned trauma experts. He is the founder and Medical Director of the Trauma Center at JRI in Brookline, Massachusetts; past President of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, and Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University Medical School.

His books include Traumatic Stress: The Effects of Overwhelming Experience on the Mind, Body, and Society and The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma, a New York Times Science best seller that transforms our understanding of traumatic stress, revealing how it literally rearranges the brain’s wiring—specifically areas dedicated to pleasure, engagement, control, and trust. His research and treatment approaches have shown how these areas can be reactivated through innovative treatments including neurofeedback, mindfulness techniques, play, yoga, and other therapies.

Speaker Disclosures:
Financial: Bessel van der Kolk,  is the founder and Medical Director of the Trauma Center and the National Complex Trauma Network, and a professor at Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. van der Kolk receives a speaking honorarium. He has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Dr. van der Kolk has no relevant non-financial relationships.

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Intended Audience


This training is for mental health providers, Social Workers, Behavioral Analysts, Psychologists, VA clinic staff, professors/teachers of trauma therapy, researchers in the social sciences, and employee assistance professionals. There are no prerequisites.


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Treating Trauma and PTSD: A New Frontier of Scientific Evidence & Practical Interventions

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Supplemental Readings for this Workshop:

The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma
Bessel A. van der Kolk, M.D. (Author)
Publisher‏: ‎Penguin Publishing Group; Reprint edition (September 8, 2015)
ISBN-10: 0143127748 ‎

Traumatic Stress: The Effects of Overwhelming Experience on the Mind, Body, and Society
Bessel A. van der Kolk MD (Editor),
Alexander C. McFarlane MD (Editor),
Lars Weisaeth (Editor)
Publisher‏: ‎The Guilford Press; 1st edition (May 3, 1996)
Hardcover: 596 Pages
ISBN-10: 9781572300880 ‎

Continuing Education & Course Completion Requirements

Each state has different regulations for CE credits. Please check with your state board to ensure credit will be applicable to your needs. The CE sponsors and program organizers are not to be held responsible in the event that your state board will not accept credit. Check back frequently as CE information may be updated leading up to the event.

Both live attendees will be required to sign in and out each day, at breaks, attend the workshop in full, and complete the course evaluation in order to earn CE credit. Participants must complete the course in full and attend all sessions in order to receive ANY continuing education credit. No partial credit will be given. Attendees should complete all required steps to earn CE credit within 7 days after the conclusion of the workshop.

A digital Certificate of Completion will be emailed within 30 days of completing this program

CE hours are only approved for attending the LIVE, in-person event on both days and completing the evaluation after the event.

Association Name Approval CE Units
approved-continuing-education-provider-NBCC_sealACEP – NBCC Suncrest Counseling P.C. has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7258. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Suncrest Counseling P.C. is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. ACEP No. 7258 12 CE Hours
NASW-Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative #080922-01 12 CE Hours
NASW-Ohio This workshop has been approved by the NASW Ohio Chapter for CEUs in Ohio. NASW is recognized as a Continuing Education Approver for social work CEUs by the OCSWMFT Board. No. 333350-090222 12 CE Hours
ASWB Treating Trauma and PTSD: A New Frontier of Scientific Evidence and Practical Interventions, #4550, is approved by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program to be offered by Suncrest Counseling, P.C. as an individual course. Regulatory boards are the final authority on courses accepted for continuing education credit. ACE course approval period: 11/02/2022 – 11/02/2024. Social workers completing this course receive 12 Clinical continuing education credits. #4550 12 Clinical continuing education credits
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Refund and Cancellation Policy

We understand, life happens!

Cancellations must be made in writing and emailed to events@suncrestcounseling.com and will be honored as follows:
Suncrest is happy to offer refunds to registrants who cancel their registration up to 10 days in advance of the course or workshop start date, minus an administrative processing fee of $75. If canceled within 10 days before the event, no refund will be issued. In some cases, a credit for the same amount can be applied toward another future learning event, which expires within 1 year.

In the rare event that we need to cancel a webinar due to circumstances beyond our control, we will make every effort to notify attendees with as much advance notice as possible. Attendees will be given the opportunity to either transfer to another webinar or obtain a full refund.

We don’t provide refunds due to:

Video recordings not available: With the format of this presentation and propriety of the presenter’s materials there will be no recordings allowed at this training or video provided post event. 

Attendee email issues: Refunds will not be issued in cases where an attendee did not receive instruction emails due to issues like restricted emails, bounced emails, or any other system issues. It is the attendee’s responsibility to contact us at events@suncrestcounseling.com or 801-255-1155 if they don’t receive the required event information at least 24 hours prior to the start time of the event

No shows: Attendees who do not participate in the live event will not be entitled to a refund.

Bibliography

Content from this program references recent and past research from the following publications and journals:

Bessel van der Kolk 2014 The Body Keeps Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma. Viking.
van der Kolk (2006) Clinical implications of neuroscience research in PTSD. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 40:1-17.
van der Kolk (2005) Developmental Trauma Disorder. Psychiatric Annals 35(5):401-408.
van der Kolk et al 2009 Proposal to include a Developmental Trauma Disorder Diagnosis for children and adolescents in DSM-V. Typed manuscript.
van der Kolk B (2002). Beyond the Talking Cure: Somatic Experiences and Subcortical Imprints in the Therapy of Trauma. In: F Shapiro, ed. EMDR: Promises for a Paradigm Shift. New York: APPI
van der Kolk BA (1994). The Body Keeps Score: Memory and the Evolving Psychobiology of Post-traumatic Stress. Harvard Rev Psychiatry 1(5): 253-265.
van der Kolk BA et al (1996) Dissociation, somatization, and affect regulation: the complexity of adaptation to trauma. Am J Psychiatry 153/Supplement 83-93
van der Kolk BA (2002) In terror’s grip: healing the ravages of trauma. Cerebrum 4:34-50. NY: the Dana Foundation.
van der Kolk B (2003). The neurobiology of childhood trauma and abuse. Child Adolesc Psychiartic Clin N Am 12:293-317
van der Kolk et al (2005) Disorders of extreme stress: the empirical foundation of a complex adaptation to trauma. J Traumatic Sress 18(5): 389-399
van der Kolk et al (2007) A randomized clinincal trial of EMDR, Fluoxetine, and pill placebo in the treatment of PTSD: treatment effects and long term maintenance. J Clin Psychiatry 68(1): 37-47
D’Andrea W, Spinazzola J & van der Kolk B 2009 Phenomenology and nosology of symptoms following interpersonal trauma exposure in children: a review of the literature on symptoms, biology and treatment. Typed manuscript, pp 1-27
Streeck-Fischer A & van der Kolk BA (2000). Down will come baby, cradle and all: diagnostic and therapeutic implications of chronic trauma on child development. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 34: 903-918.
van der Kolk BA, McFarlane AC & Weisaeth L, eds. (1996). Traumatic Stress: the Effects of Overwhelming Experience on Mind, Body and Society. NY Guilford.
van der Kolk B, Ford JD, Spinazzola J (2019). Comorbidity of developmental trauma disorder (DTD) and post-traumatic stress disorder: findings from the DTD field trial. European journal of psychotraumatology, 10(1), 1562841.
van der Kolk, BA, Roth S, Pelcovitz D, Sunday S, Spinazzola J. (2005). Disorders of Extreme Stress: The Empirical Foundation of a complex adaptation to Trauma. J Trauma Stress 18 (5) 389-399.
van der Kolk BA, Spinazzola J, Blaustein ME, Hopper JW, Hopper EK, Korn DL, Simpson WB. A Randomized clinical Trial of Eye Movement Desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), Fluoxetine, and Pill Placebo in the Treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: treatment Effects and Long-term maintenance (2007). J Clin Psychiat 66 (1), 37-45.
van der Kolk BA, Stone L, West J Rhodes A, Emerson D, Spinazzola J (2014). Yoga as an adjunctive treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder: a randomized controlled trial. J Clin Psychiatry 75(6):e559-65.
van der Kolk, B. A., Hodgdon, H., Gapen, M., Musicaro, R., Suvak, M. K., Hamlin, E., & Spinazzola, J. (2016). A Randomized Controlled Study of Neurofeedback for Chronic PTSD. PloS one, 11(12), e0166752. (2017 Award for outstanding contribution to science, Foundation for Neurofeedback & Applied Neuroscience)
Rogel, A., Loomis, A. M., Hamlin, E., Hodgdon, H., Spinazzola, J., & van der Kolk, B. (2020, July 13). The Impact of neurofeedback Training on Children With Developmental Trauma: A Randomized Controlled Study. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy. Advance online publication. LINK
Harricharan, S., McKinnon, M. C., Tursich, M., Densmore, M., Frewen, P., Théberge, J., vander Kolk, BA, & Lanius, R. A. (2019). Overlapping frontoparietal networks in response to oculomotion and traumatic autobiographical memory retrieval: Implications for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing.
European journal of psychotraumatology, 10(1), 1586265.
Harricharan, S., McKinnon, M. C., Tursich, M., Densmore, M., Frewen, P., Théberge, J., van der Kolk, BA, & Lanius, R. A. (2019). Overlapping frontoparietal networks in response to oculomotion and traumatic autobiographical memory retrieval: Implications for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. European journal of psychotraumatology, 10(1), 1586265.
Spinazzola, J., Van der Kolk, B., & Ford, J. D. (2018). When nowhere is safe: Interpersonal trauma and attachment adversity as antecedents of posttraumatic
stress disorder and developmental trauma disorder. Journal of traumatic stress, 31(5), 631-642. van Der Kolk, B., Ford, J. D., & Spinazzola, J. (2019).
Comorbidity of developmental trauma disorder (DTD) and post-traumatic stress disorder: Findings from the DTD field trial. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 10(1), 1562841.