Date Listed: August 19, 2021 (about 2 months ago)
Trauma is at the root cause of many of the mental health problems we face today.
Research from The University of Liverpool has found that traumatic life events are the single biggest cause of anxiety and depression.
And with one in three adults in the UK reporting experiencing a traumatic event at least once in their lifetime, it’s a lot more widespread than we commonly think.
Until recently, our understanding of psychological trauma was limited.
We thought it was something we could ‘get over’, and eventually move on from.
But new developments in the fields of neuroscience, developmental psychopathology, and interpersonal neurobiology have revealed that trauma causes actual physiological changes in the brain and body. It alters the brain’s alarm system and increases stress hormone activity, causing physical and emotional problems long after the event has taken place.
The good news is - advances in our knowledge about the basic processes that underlie trauma, have led to the development of innovative treatments that can help us heal, and move on with our lives.
In this series of talks, we’ll explore three of these approaches, including:
You’ll learn how these unique insights can benefit your own life, but also your ability to help others too.
Kathie Overeem Ph.D (psychology) is a trauma-sensitive yoga facilitator with a background in psychology and neuroscience. Kathie has over 13 years of academic research experience. During that time, she published research and lectured on topics including emotional memory, personality psychology, biological psychology, behavioural and systems neuroscience, cognition, and molecular biology.
Teaching yoga since 2016, Kathie has over 700 hr of yoga teacher training, and started working with clients using trauma-sensitive yoga in 2018. She is a certified Trauma Sensitive Yoga Facilitator, trained and supervised by the Center for Trauma and Embodiment at the Justice Research Institute (MA, USA). Currently Kathie works with clients that have experienced stress, anxiety, complex trauma, c-PTSD, PTSD, and eating disorders. She also works with organisations and government programs that support adults and youth experiencing complex mental illness, complex trauma, and alcohol and other drug rehabilitation.
Dan Roberts is an Advanced Accredited Schema Therapist, Trainer & Supervisor specialising in helping clients with complex trauma. He also provides supervision and training for mental-health professionals. In addition to schema therapy, Dan draws from a wide range of models including cognitive behaviour therapy, compassion-focused therapy, internal family systems therapy and trauma-informed stabilization treatment, enriched by his long standing personal and professional interest in mindfulness and Buddhist psychology.
Dan writes extensively about schema therapy, psychology and all aspects of mental health and wellbeing. He is also a contributor to Creative Methods in Schema Therapy: Advances and Innovation in Clinical Practice. And he is Founder of Heal Your Trauma, a project he developed to help people struggling with the impact of childhood trauma. The project involves guided meditations, webinars, workshops and self-help books, as well as the Heal Your Trauma Blog, which you can read at danroberts.com.
Dr. Karen Alter-Reid is a clinical psychologist who specializes in working with adults struggling with post-traumatic stress injuries. She trains mental health clinicians in EMDR Therapy, a modality of treatment for PTSD. She is Faculty, Senior Consultant and Trainer at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies’ Integrative Trauma Program in New York City.
She has published articles and book chapters on her work with first responders, therapists and on clinical treatment of trans-generational trauma. Dr. Alter-Reid is also Clinical Coordinator of the Fairfield County Trauma Response Team in Fairfield, Connecticut.
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You will be able to submit questions to each speaker during the Q+A sessions.
Yes, the recordings will be emailed to all ticket-buyers (even those who can't attend on the day) approximately one hour after each lecture finishes.
This means that if you miss anything, you'll be able to catch up in your own time.
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