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for Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse and Adversity

RETHINKING TRAUMA 2014 -- Resources



SoundsTrue Psychotherapy 2.0 webinar series 2015 -- Details    [LINK]

In addition to the materials listed below, I have several recordings of sessions related to trauma that were part of this year's SoundsTrue Psychotherapy 2.0 webinar series -- have a look at the materials on the list, readable through the link, and let me know which ones you are interested in. I'm in the process of redeveloping the site for mobile devices, and as part of this, moving resources to new web storage sites. Hence, the links provided are subject to change.

   Best accessed using Chrome or Firefox browsers (NOT Internet Explorer)

    ***    If using Internet Explorer v.11 go here   [LINK]
             -- requires download of MP3 to listen "in browser"

    If this creates problems for you,
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These materials were obtained as free downloads from NICABM -- [LINK]
-- a most valuable resource for counsellors and therapists.

These resources discuss important elements in helping people in counselling -- please note: these are of approximately an hour's duration, and approximately 100 Mb (audio), so bandwidth considerationa are important. ALSO -- these are provided as "professional-to-professional" communicatioms, and must be properly cited (back to NICABM as the producer.

It should be noted that NICABM webinar series are also available to individual, paying, "Gold Subscribers", and come with a range of resources additional to downloadable MP4 and MP3 versions of the sessions, such as "Quick Start Guides", transcripts, etc. IMHO they are generally excellent value. Each session is also followed by a post-session review of the practical applications of the material provided in the session by:

Particularly relevant publications by these participants are noted where relevant.

A recent webinar discussing early-life stress {including abuse and trauma) -related brain changes, and subsequent diagnosable psychological disorders, see Casey (2014, September 10). Early-Life Stress: Long-Lasting Impact on Brain Circuitry and Behavior [Webinar]. In BBR Meet the Scientist Webinar Series. Retrieved from     [LINK]