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Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Neuroscience & Physiology of Trauma – New

Our new instalment in the series “Psychotherapy for the 21st Century” this week is:

NEUROSCIENCE & PHYSIOLOGY OF TRAUMA: TRAUMA TREATMENT: PSYCHOTHERAPY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY - 2 CPD HR
http://www.psychotherapydvds.com/Neuroscience-Physiology-of-Trauma-Trauma-Treatment-Psychotherapy-for-the-21st-Century
Featuring Dr Robert Scaer and Dr Stephen Porges.

In this comprehensive interview, Scaer literally covers the entire Trauma Spectrum (incidentally, that’s also the name of his most recent book): from the biological nature of trauma to the acute physical, emotional psychological symptoms it creates and on into the medical issues and disorders that are so often part of trauma’s clinical picture.

Following Scaer’s extended interview, trauma’s adopted son, Stephen Porges, gives us a detailed description of his polyvagal theory; how it relates to the experience of stress and resultant responses-fight/flight freeze; and its applicability for better outcomes in trauma treatment.

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