Treatment Advances, Relational Issues, and
Mindfulness in Integrated Trauma Therapy
John Briere, Ph.D.
Earn 12 CE/CME Hours
Those familiar with Dr. Briere`s work know him to combine compassion and sensitivity with the newest information on empirically and phenomenologically-informed treatment approaches to psychological trauma. Based on his latest book, Principles of Trauma Therapy(2006),
co-authored with Catherine Scott,MD, this new workshop provides cutting-edge,directly-applicable information on the integration of cognitive-behavioral, attachment, relational, and physiological approaches
This workshop presents new material that formally integrates Buddhist philosophy and empirically-based mindfulness approaches with effective trauma treatment. Also included is new information on interview based assessment, cross-cultural issues, psychosis, stress reduction training, clinician `counter-activation,` and the neurobiology and psychopharmacology of trauma.
Long awaited by attendees of his previous successful workshop series for IAHB, this new presentation takes trauma theory and treatment to an even more advanced level.
General Goal: This home study will help professionals treat trauma related disorders using a model that integrates relational, cognitivebehavioral, and mindfullness-based interventions
Participants completing this home study will be better able to: