The Brain, Neurophysiology and Psychophysiology of Trauma: A Brainspotting Perspective
Online Via Crowdcast
Friday November 13th, 2020
9am to 10:30am Pacific Time.
This 90-minute webinar will cover the neurophysiological and psychophysiological components of trauma and the trauma response and how they pertain to Brainspotting. Electroencephalographic (EEG) and psychophysiological activity of the four components of trauma (hypervigilance, constriction, dissociation and helplessness) will be presented as well as changes in brain activity after a brainspotting session. Other key concepts to be discussed include: coherence, nesting and coupling, amplitude and frequency.
Requirements and Expectations:
If you are unable to adhere to these requirements please do not register for the training.
100% live attendance is required to receive CEUs.
I realize there is a pandemic and sociopolitical issues which have caused strain in many areas to say the least. However, if you are not able to be fully present for whatever reason(s) please do not register for the training. This training is highly experiential and REQUIRES your full attention and presence.
The training will be recorded and available on demand (paid) shortly after the training has concluded. The registration process is the same as the live registration.
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