A Body-Base Approach to Trauma Processing
Friday, May 3rd, 2019
9:00am - 4:30pm 6 CEUs
Sabin Hall 207, UNI
Registration ends when maximum limit is reached (24)
Presenter: Matthew Vasquez, PhD, LMSW
Assistant Professor of Social Work
Based on content from the workshop “An Advanced Overview of Acute and Complex Trauma”, this all-day workshop will provide the clinical practitioner a step-by-step overview of a new, client-centered, multi-modal form of trauma treatment that can be used to 1) enhance client safety and resiliency, and 2) quickly and safely process acute to moderately complex forms of trauma. This intervention draws upon techniques from many traditional and current evidence-based trauma interventions (e.g., body-based psychotherapy, somatic experiencing therapy, EMDR, mindfulness, and sensorimotor psychotherapy), and is flexible enough in its application that it can be incorporated with other forms of therapy. Significant class time will be devoted to skill building through role-plays and instructor observation. All participants will receive a manual that provides detailed instructions for all skills covered in the workshop. Limited seating is available.
Prior attendance of the workshop "Advanced Overview of Acute and Complex Trauma" is strongly recommended.
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This conference meets the criteria of the Iowa Board of Social Work and the Iowa Board of Behavioral Sciences for 6.0 continuing education hours. If you would like to receive CEUs, please select the appropriate license and include your license number in the following space.
There is a non-refundable $150 fee to attend the conference. Please choose your fee selection. There will be a $3 fee added for credit card processing.
Mail checks directly to the Department of Social Work at UNI:
UNI - Social Work Department Sabin, Room 235
Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0405
A Certificate of Attendance will be available to all attendees at the completion of the conference.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Department of Social Work (319-273- 6249).