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Stress and trauma change brain functioning and their effects can be felt in the body, mind, and spirit. How to help clients rewire their brains so they can get past their trauma and live a healthy and harmonious life. What EMDR, Somatic Interventions, and other emerging trauma treatments are out there.
Speaker: Gunjani Patel, M.A, NCC, LPCC, LMHC, CCTP, CISM, ABA
About the Speaker:
Gunjani Patel-Oza, is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counseling in California and Licensed Mental
Health Counselor in FL. She is also a Trauma Specialist, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Life & Wellness
Coach, Speaker, Writer, and also a Podcast host of “Traumatic Transformations with Gunjani Patel”.
1. Neuroscience of Trauma- What key areas of the brain are affected in a person who has undergone stress and trauma
2. Practical applications: Rewiring your brain and subconscious reprogramming. Tools and techniques therapists can use to help stabilize and strengthen dysregulated parts of the brain due to trauma.
3. Trauma Treatment Modalities- EMDR (what it is), Somatic Interventions, Emerging Trauma Treatment Approaches.
Time: 10AM-12PM EST
2 Continuing Education Credits will be administered for attending this training
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