Restoring The Self In The Aftermath of Trauma Conference
What will I learn at this conference?
Here are some of the kinds of questions this conference is asking.
How is emerging research transforming therapeutic practice in recovery from trauma?
How is sensory processing impacted by trauma?
Why is understanding the relationship between sensory processing and trauma so important?
What expressive arts and somatic therapeutic approaches are helpful in the process of recovery?
How can understanding bias and historical/cultural trauma help therapists cultivate safety, agency, and growth?
How are balance, regulation, rhythm, and connection key to clinical practice?
Who can attend the conference?
INTENDED AUDIENCE: Designed for trauma therapists, including psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, counselors, nurses, and psychiatrists, this course is accessible at an intermediate level. Specific focus on new neurophysiological and clinical research findings of human brain structures and networks makes this material appropriate for graduate and post-graduate students in psychology and neuroscience. Anyone living in the aftermath of trauma will benefit from this conference.
There are no pre-requisites.
Is there a fee to join this conference?
Yes, this is a paid event. Registration is $199. Continuing Education credit is an additional $25 and has additional requirements (see below).
For an additional $50, participants can also join the Premier Pass program, to get access to special bonus sessions with the conference faculty.
This special membership allows access to bonus content for the conference, including bonus presentations and Q&A sessions with presenters.
This is included at no additional charge to attendees who registered before 02/01/2022. After this date, access to the recorded content, and any new sessions or content, can be purchased for an additional $50.00.
Will I be able to get CEs for this conference?
Twelve Continuing Education credits are available for American Psychological Association (APA) and National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC).
Pass the quiz for each session with a score of at least 75% correct.
Complete the evaluation at the end of the conference.
What is the refund process/policy?
You may receive a refund by requesting it in writing within 24 hours of purchase. The refund amount is the price you paid minus 10% to cover card processing. If you are unable to attend a live presentation and miss the 24 hour cutoff for a refund, you will be provided access to the recording.
There is no deadline to register but there is limited space available.
How does this virtual conference compare to an in-person meeting?
1. Benefit: participants do not need to book transportation or lodging, saving money, time, and energy. You can join from whereever you are.
2. Benefit: sessions will be recorded with the recordings accessible to participants at no additional charge.
3. Benefit: Sessions will be experiential.
4. The biggest downside is that you won't be meeting friends new and old, in the hallway between sessions.
We are working on ways to address this interaction piece, by allowing participants to interact outside of sessions thourh a new forum. More about this soon.
5. Attendees who want to participate in the live sessions are encouraged to test their webcam, microphone, and especially speakers prior to the course
Why join this conference?
This conference brings some of the leading lights in the fields of trauma recovery and sensory processing, featuring both clinical skills and results of research.
When will I receive the links for attending the virtual conference?
Live presentations will be happening on Zoom. The meeting link will be sent by email three hours prior to the start of the conference.
What do I need to do before the conference?
Attendees are encouraged to become familiar with the work of the presenters, but there are no prerequisites.
Unlike most virtual conferences, the Restoring The Self conference is an interactive experiential learning event. This means that presenters will not only be lecturing about practical skills to address trauma, but will also be encouraging active participation.
A list of supplies will be emailed to participants.
Take a moment to test your internet connection, speakers, and microphone before the sessions begin.
Can I share the link to anyone from my team?
No, Registration is per individual. This ensures access to post-conference materials such as recordings of the sessions.
As the skills talked about during this conference are so important right now, the conference has been priced affordably to encourage more participation.
Is the schedule available?
The schedule is available here. Please note that it is subject to change.
Will I have access to the recorded conference?
The conference will be recorded. Attendees will have access to the recordings on the EEGLearn.com website for 90 days.
Will I receive slide decks for each presentation?
The slide decks belong to the presenters and are the result of often decades of their work. Occasionally, these are made available to participants, but we can not promise they will be shared.
How can I access the recordings?
Recordings will be posted as soon as they have been processed and rendered. In some cases, it may take two weeks. Please be patient.
Note that for Premier Pass members that bonus content is also in your library via a different link.
How long can I access the recordings after the conference?
Once posted, the recordings will remain accessible to participants for 90 days. It may take up to 2 weeks for the recordings to be posted after the live event.
Can anyone help me with technical issues before the conference?
We are offering office hours to all participants the day before the conference begins. Once you register, you will get a link for a session on Wednesday, February 16, from 12pm -- 2pm EST. Join us anytime during those two hours with your technical issues or questions.
What are the technical requirements in order for me to join the conference?
A device compatible with Zoom Meetings is required. A list of supported devices and minimum requirements can be found here on Zoom’s website.
Who can I contact in case I need technical help with Zoom?