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Love Wins: Trauma, Adversity and Healing

James Seymour, MD

This talk will discuss new perspectives on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, the Polyvagal Theory and its’ implications for clinical practice herunterladen. We’ll provide examples of somatically oriented therapies, followed by a live demonstration of some of the principles discussed. The target audience is primarily therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists who work in the field of psychological trauma recovery but also can be helpful and understood by members of the general public minecraft version 1.13 herunterladen. The presentation is a synthesis of ideas from the work of Allan Schore, Stephen Porges. Kathy Steele, Peter Levine, Pat Ogden, Babbette Rosthschild, Diana Fosha, Habib Davanloo, and Christine Courtois cinema 4d r12 for free. It is important for all who work in the field of psychological trauma recovery to have a broad range of knowledge as well as a breadth of techniques and recovery modalities strato website herunterladen. It is particularly relevant as we are seeing more and more people in our practices who have been traumatized by violence as well as the disintegration of civil discourse and strong communities herunterladen.

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to describe the neuro-regulation model of recovery.
Participants will be able recognize the limitations of the psychopathology model of mental health treatment
Participants will understand the clinical significance of the Polyvagal Theory and what that means for our practices
Participants will be able to recognize and describe at least five types of somatically oriented recovery modalities herunterladen.
Participants will be able to see the principles described above through observing a live, unrehearsed demonstration of neuro –regulation techniques that can assist individuals in recovering from psychological trauma lol client herunterladen.

 

  • Participant will explain 3 new ways to increase the therapeutic alliance
  • Participant will list 3 new practical tips for facilitating trauma recovery
  • Participant will describe 3 new reasons that help them understand why we need a paradigm shift in trauma recovery

James Seymour, MD
joined Sierra Tucson in 2010 herunterladen traducão. Upon receiving his medical degree from the University of Tennessee and completing his psychiatric residency at the University of Virginia in 1987, Dr wiso steuer mac herunterladen. Seymour trained for several years in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP).

Dr. Seymour was an officer with the United States Public Health Service, where he served as mental health director of the Tucson Area Indian Health Service (IHS) wie kann ich von facebook videos herunterladen. For 10 years, he served as the assistant medical director of a residential behavioral health and substance abuse program focused on the healing of mind, body, and spirit. Dr. Seymour is board certified by both the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and the American Board of Addiction Medicine. Additionally, he is a Somatic Experiencing® practitioner.

Dr. Seymour’s areas of expertise include trauma recovery, addictions, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and somatic mind-body therapies. Dr. Seymour believes strongly in the resilience of the human spirit and views the role of the psychiatrist as assisting the person in removing obstacles to the natural healing and recovery process.

Dr. Seymour approaches post trauma symptoms as the natural nervous system’s response to trauma, rather than a disease or disorder, with a primary focus on increasing the capacity for better nervous system regulation, improvement in navigating interpersonal relationships, and mindfulness to support and encourage positive results in each individual.

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