Interpersonal Neurobiology for Trauma Made Simple (webinar recording)

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Learn how to bring  Interpersonal Neurobiology into your therapy room without the overwhelm.  Knowing how to confidently and simply communicate with clients about how trauma affects our brain, body and  our relationships as a result of childhood trauma and single event traumas in adulthood is an essential part of good trauma therapy. This webinar teaches you how to work with clients to heal the impacts of trauma from an IPNB integrated approach of mind, body and relationships.

What you will learn in this 90 minute webinar:

  • how trauma impacts the brain, body and social relationships of trauma survivors
  • the basics of the brain structures affected by trauma 
  • an overview of interpersonal neurobiology principles
  •  how interpersonal neurobiology can help when working with clients who “don’t believe in therapy” 
  •  how interpersonal neurobiology relates to CBT, schema therapy and EMDR
  • how to talk about interpersonal neurobiology effectively and in a meaningfully helpful way with clients
  •  simple ways to integrate interpersonal neurobiology into your therapy room (complete with skills videos)

Praise for IPNB for Trauma Made Simple

“Thank you Nadene, this is a comprehensive webinar that I have gained a great deal from. I will enjoy reading and going through it again. Very useful, and it has spurred my thinking about my clients immediately.” Michelle, Psychologist

“Thank you Nadene. Great overview of how everything – including treatment approaches – integrates to help the client move forward”. Heather, Psychologist

 “Thank you for putting it together, that’s a lot of work to do… enjoyed this webinar as much as I did your other ones.” Emma, Clinical Psychologist

 Thank you, this has been really helpful and useful! Appreciate the extra resources we will have access to as well. Leona, Psychologist

“Thank you Nadene,  I always get some much from your trainings. I recommend your training to everyone I know. Big thanks. Liane, Psychologist

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