When Relationships Suffer in the Aftermath of Trauma
Relationships can be really, really hard to navigate sometimes. We’ve all experienced that. And when someone has experienced trauma, especially in relationships, managing normal conflicts and the pain of unmet expectations can become especially challenging.
I’ve been recommending NICABM’s Advanced Master Program on the Treatment of Trauma for the entire series of free broadcasts, because I am finding them so very, very helpful in helping my clients disrupt deeply entrenched trauma triggers and develop new, more skillful ways of relating to people.
This week’s final free broadcast will give you specific strategies to help patients whose trauma history is derailing their current relationships:
- An Important Issue That Must Be Addressed BEFORE You Can Build Your Client’s Relationship Skills
- How to Help Clients Speak For, Not From, Their Wounded Inner Part
- An Expert Strategy to Help Clients Understand the Implicit Memories That Fuel Conflict in Their Relationships
- Two Distinct Types of Relational Trauma (and Specific Approaches for Working with Each)
- Why Clients Re-Enact Past Relationships (and How to Help Them Stop the Cycle)
As always, you can watch this final broadcast free of charge at the time of broadcast by signing up here.
And if you’d like to have the video recordings for the entire Advanced Master Program on the Treatment of Trauma including videos, audios, and transcripts and bonus materials for all five sessions, I encourage you to sign up for a Gold Package before the price goes up next week. CE/CME credits are also available.
I’m recommending the entire Advanced Master Program on the Treatment of Trauma because it’s truly a worthwhile investment in becoming more effective in helping clients recover from any trauma. Please check out this week’s free broadcast to see for yourself.