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Trauma affects the body, mind, and soul of a person and often has far-reaching devastating effects. These effects are because a person comes away from the trauma with half a memory of what happened, causing a person to be stuck. Through memory theory, we’ll discuss how to make the memory whole again, taking it into the prefrontal cortex where it can be processed, and a person can begin to move forward in their life.
This training is based on Spiritual Psychology, Narrative Therapy, and Neuropsychology.
At the end of this training, clinicians will learn
- How to have non-re-traumatize conversations
- Why trauma has such far-reaching effects on the body, mind, and soul
- Memory theory and how it affects trauma recovery
- How a half story of trauma is written
- What to listen for to find traces into other storylines
- How to breathe life into other identities
- How to structure the session around developing the client’s preferred story
- How to get your client out of isolation where recovery is impossible
- How to use witnesses in therapy with written documents, letters, and guests
- Understanding the effects of trauma physically, emotionally, mentally, and spirituality
- Russell Mears’s Memory Theory and Polyvagal Theory
- How people understand traumatic events, and why people stray stuck
- The language that distinguishes the person from the problem
- How to minimize negative self-judgment
- New landscapes of identity
- Re-storying trauma
- Practitioner self-care while doing this work
- Case examples and live practice sessions
- Q and A
PLUS BONUS Videos:
- BIOLOGY OF ANXIETY
- Helping Clients with Suicidal Ideation and Self-Harm
- Helping people enter life again after the pandemic
- FLOW: Self-Care for Counselors Keynote
Presenter: Jodi Aman, LCSW-R
Bio: Jodi Aman, LCSW-R has been a psychotherapist for over two decades. After earning her master’s in social work at Columbia University in 1996, she received an Advanced Post-Graduate Certificate in Narrative Therapy in 2006 and joined the faculty at Dulwich Centre to teach Narrative Therapy in the U.S., Canada, China, Ireland, Mongolia, Australia, and Norway, focusing on couples, teens, trauma and anxiety recovery. She is currently working on her doctorate at Simmons University.
Her popular YouTube channel, Jodi Aman Live, teaches people to understand themselves, evolve past fear, and finally release that internal self-critic. Having clawed her way out of her own emotional crisis, Jodi shares her story of stepping into her personal power, and that of many of her clients in her bestselling books You 1, Anxiety 0, Win your life back from fear and panic and Anxiety…I’m So Done with You! A Teen’s Guide to Ditching Toxic Stress and Hardwiring Your Brain for Happiness.