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Children and Trauma

In this webinar, Kimberly N. Frazier, Ph.D., LPC, LMFT, NCC, presents an overview of childhood trauma. She provides examples of trauma and its impact and symptomology in children. Types of treatment and important factors for clinicians are discussed. Dr. Frazier is an assistant professor of Counselor Education at Texas A&M Corpus Christi. She has published articles on cultured centered counseling with young children populations and families, and on the use of culturally based counseling with children and families experiencing trauma and crisis.
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
October 14, 2015
Video
1 CE Hour
$22.00
$32.00
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Counseling Practice During Phases of a Pandemic Virus

Counseling Practice During Phases of a Pandemic Virus
July 15, 2021
978-1-55620-408-1
264
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Counseling Refugees: Addressing Trauma, Stress

Counseling Refugees: Addressing Trauma, Stress, and Resilience The UN estimates that there are 60 million forcibly displaced persons worldwide, a number that has not been seen since during World War II. Rachael D. Goodman, Ph.D., LPC, educates counselors about the unique concerns and strengths of refugees; explains useful models for understanding trauma and related mental health concerns among refugees; and provides appropriate interventions that are grounded in ecosystemic and multicultural-social justice counseling frameworks. Dr. Goodman has served as an assistant professor in the Counseling and Development Program at George Mason University since 2010. Her work is grounded in social justice and multiculturalism, with a focus on trauma counseling.
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
October 28, 2015
Video
1 CE Hour
$22.00
$32.00
$32.00
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Counseling Students Who Have Experienced Trauma

Counseling Students Who Have Experienced Trauma: Practical Recommendations at the Elementary, Secondary, and College Levels Counselors require special skills when counseling students who have experienced trauma. In this session, Richard Joseph Behun, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, ACS, Julie A. Cerrito, Ph.D., NCC, NCSC, and Eric W. Owens, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, ACS, make practical recommendations for how to counsel students at the elementary, secondary, and college levels. They discuss developmental and risk factors for students at the each level and cover trauma-related responses and treatment considerations. Dr. Behun is an assistant professor at Marywood University. Dr. Cerrito is an assistant professor and director of the school counseling program at The University of Scranton. Dr. Owens is an assistant professor and graduate program coordinator in the Department of Counselor Education at West Chester University of Pennsylvania.
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
November 11, 2015
Video
1 CE Hour
$22.00
$32.00
$32.00
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Disaster Mental Health Counseling, Fourth Edition

Disaster Mental Health Counseling: A Guide to Preparing and Responding, Fourth Edition
American Counseling Association Foundation
February 20, 2018
978-1-55620-361-9
400
$47.95
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Dissociation and Trauma Spectrum

In this webinar, Mike Dubi, Ed.D., LMHC, defines trauma, dissociation, and the relationship between the two. He discusses the causes and symptoms of dissociation, and offers suggestions on how to work with it in counseling. Dr. Dubi is an associate professor in the Counselor Education and Supervision, Mental Health Counseling, Forensic Psychology and Counseling Psychology programs at Argosy University at Sarasota.
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
October 21, 2015
Video
1 CE Hour
$22.00
$32.00
$32.00
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For Shame! The Neglected Emotion in PTSD

The primary emotions of PTSD are usually considered to be fear and terror in reaction to external dangers. However, the perceived internal threat—fear of exposing one’s shame—is often the predominant emotion for trauma survivors.ÊThis session describes the development of shame, focuses on the crucial role that shame plays in PTSD, and concludes with demonstrations of how counselor immediacies can use experiences of shame in the session as opportunities to promote client self-empathy and enhance shame resilience.
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
January 05, 2018
Video
1 CE Hour
$29.00
$49.00
$49.00
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Trauma Competency: An Active Ingredients Approach to

Trauma Competency: An Active Ingredients Approach to Treating PTSD Meta-analytic studies have extracted 4 common elements among effective posttraumatic stress disorder treatments: cognitive restructuring and psychoeducation, a deliberate and continually improving therapeutic relationship, relaxation and self-regulation, and exposure via narrative of traumatic experiences. The authors present a clinical treatment structure catalyzing these active ingredients into discrete therapeutic tasks that counselors can focus on to maximize treatment effectiveness. The 4 tasks represent an attempt to identify critical competencies and baseline standards for the field of trauma counseling
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
April 27, 2017
JCD Article. Text-Based
1 CE Hour
$22.00
$32.00
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Traumatic Stress and Marginalized Groups

With increasing frequency, professional counselors are needed to respond to communities that have experienced major traumatic events. Cirecie A. West-Olatunji, Ph.D., provides background information on the sociohistorical nature of trauma within socially and culturally marginalized communities and highlights evidence-based interventions that can be used to facilitate recovery and empowerment. Dr. West-Olatunji discusses traumatic stress and how it differs from posttraumatic stressÊdisorder. She provides specific interventions that have proven effective in addressing traumatic stress due to social and cultural marginalization.
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
November 18, 2015
Video
1 CE Hour
$22.00
$32.00
$32.00
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