In-Depth Training in Working with the Freeze Response of Trauma
Most clinicians are very familiar with the freeze part of a client’s fight-flight-freeze survival responses.
You can learn how to most effectively navigate the freeze response in NICABM’s all new Advanced Master Program on the Treatment of Trauma.
The first free broadcast is this week, immediately exploring how to work with the freeze response at the level of the nervous system.
You’ll get insights from Bessel van der Kolk MD; Pat Ogden, PhD; Stephen Porges, PhD; Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD; Thema Bryant-Davis, PhD; Deb Dana, LCSW; and other experts in the treatment of trauma.
It’s entirely free to watch the broadcast – here’s the link where you can sign up.
And here’s a look at what they’ll cover:
- The First Thing to Do When You Recognize Your Patient Is in Freeze
- Clear-Cut Interventions for Bringing a Client Out of Freeze During a Session
- What NOT to Do When Your Patient Is Frozen
- How to Work with the Freeze Response at the Level of the Nervous System
- How to Help Patients Identify What Triggers Their Freeze Response
- A Four-Step Process That Can Help Patients Regulate Their Freeze Response
- A Simple Biofeedback Strategy That Can Help Patients Gain a Sense of Control Over Their Freeze Response
The free broadcast will take place Wednesday, October 14th.
CE/CME credits are available. You can also sign up for a Gold Package and get all the videos, audio recordings, transcripts, and bonus sessions for your permanent library.
Plus, when you sign up as a Gold Package member by October 15th at midnight ET, you’ll get a special early bird bonus: The Neurobiology of Trauma with Dan Siegel, MD; Bessel van der Kolk, MD, and other top experts.
I encourage you to check out this in-depth training now; it could very well be life-changing to your work with trauma survivors.