DSM 5 and the Neurobiology of Trauma: The brain, mind & effects of childhood trauma


October 25, 2016

In the first part of this seminar, we will identify and explore the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria/features of PTSD and DID and the revisions that occurred. The second part of this presentation will provide background information about the  brain’s structure and function that create the framework for understanding the  impact that trauma may have on the developing child and adult. In addition, staff will learn specific affect regulation techniques, which are easily implemented by clients, and have been found to dramatically reduce intensity and frequency and/or terminate negative feeling states/flashbacks.

Price: $30.00
Register: http://dataofri.org/?page_id=339 

SUMHLC (formerly known as DATA of RI)
200 Metro Center Blvd.
Unit 10
Warwick, RI 02886
401.521.5759

DSM 5 and the Neurobiology of Trauma: The brain, mind & effects of childhood trauma

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