Join experienced teacher, psychologist, and trauma expert Dr. Clair L. Goldberg, PsyD, BCN, and learn how emerging neuroscience research reconceptualizes the clinical assessment.
Integrating current and emerging neurophysiology research on attachment, arousal, and affect regulation theory, participants will learn to apply assessment strategies skillfully and consistently throughout the treatment process.
With a more nuanced and concrete methodology for assessing patients, rooted in the research evidence-base and your keen observations of nervous system arousal levels, participants will be in a stronger position to empower your clients to positive therapeutic outcomes.
In this two-part webinar course you will learn:
- How current and emerging neuroscience research has deep implications for therapy, especially for trauma.
- How you can use this new evidence to supercharge your assessment process.
- When and how to effectively utilize these insights for consistent positive results in your practice
As the course is firmly grounded in the neurophysiological evidence base, participants will finish these sessions with a clear understanding of what designing an insightful assessment can do, as well as how to discuss the research with your clients.
Each session is one hour long. Live lectures are scheduled Friday, January 29 and Friday, February 5, from 12pm - 1pm EST. Sessions will be recorded and the recording will be available approximately a week after the live session. The recording will remain accessible for a month from when it is posted.
This course qualifies for a total of 2 CEs from APA, one for each lecture session. To be eligible for CE credit, you must meet certain conditions.