Trauma, dissociation and recovery (Nottingham)
What happens in the brain as a result of trauma and what can be done about it?
The cook, the smoke alarm, the watchtower, the timekeeper, the context stamp and the internal CCTV … Which parts of the brain do these metaphors represent, and what effect does trauma have on them? What is the front brain and the back brain? What is the trauma traffic light and the window of tolerance? When you’re in the amber state of fight or flight or the red state of freeze, how do you re-engage the front brain to return to the green zone of social engagement? What does all this mean?!
This course takes complex neuroscience and makes it simple, clear, relevant and applicable. Find out about seven realms where trauma impacts the brain. Learn about the three phase treatment plan and the green, amber and red of trauma symptoms and disorders.
Find out more here: www.pods-online.org.uk/training
About the host
The training day is run by PODS, a sister project of START Counselling and a leading provider of CPD training on trauma, dissociation, sexual abuse and attachment. We run around 20 training days a year, throughout England, all of them led by Carolyn Spring, Director of PODS and author of Recovery is my best revenge. www.pods-online.org.uk/training