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Mar 26th - Understanding and Managing Aggressive Behaviour (UMAB) Certificate: 2-Day or 3-Day Program [SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health / Hincks-Dellcrest Institute]
Mar 26th - 6-Day Certificate in Trauma Counselling for Front-Line Workers [CMHA Peel Dufferin]
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Monday, March 26th 2018 - Tuesday, March 27th 2018

6-Day Certificate in Trauma Counselling for Front-Line Workers

Natalie Zlodre
presented by CMHA Peel Dufferin

Date: March 26, March 27, April 9, April 10, April 23, April 24


Participants will learn to identify and understand the range of reactions traumatized individuals my experience such as:
Acute PTSD, PTSD, Grief/Bereavement Reactions, Developmental Trauma , Complex Trauma, Developmental Trauma, chronic frustration and misery, dissociative reactions and anxious and disorganized attachment patterns

Participants will learn key questions to ask clients in acute and complex situation to assess and guide interventions.

Participant will learn strategies that will assist clients in adaptive coping and overcoming that debilitating effects of:

Hypo/hyperarousal, affect dysregulation, sleep dysregulation, intrusive imagery, flashbacks and nightmare management, guilt shame, blame, client paralysis and therapeutic impasses.

The objective with clients who have experienced a single incident trauma is to help clients recover to base-line functioning by using psychoeducation and symptom management strategies

The objective with clients, who have experienced complex/developmental trauma, is to mitigate layers of human suffering that has manifested in entrenched rigid maladaptive patterns. Our work with clients is to bring clarity to the origin, presence and manifestations of these patterns and to develop a systematic process for changing the core belief system/schema that drives these patterns.

Who Should Attend? Counsellors, educators, early childhood educators, school counsellors, and mental health professionals, psychotherapists, counselors, psychologists, and social workers

There are no refunds on purchases/donations.
Training sessions can be transferred when available by contact CMHA Peel at 905-451-2123.

Date: March 26, March 27, April 9, April 10, April 23, April 24
Time: 9.00am - 4.00pm
Location: Community Door, 601-7700 Hurontario Street, Brampton, ON L6Y 4M3
Fee: $1,200 + HST per person


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