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Topic Areas:
Great Conversations |  Couples Therapy |  Trauma
Category:
Brief Therapy Conference |  Brief Therapy Conference 2018
Faculty:
Janina Fisher, PhD |  Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT
Duration:
1:02:50
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Audio Only
Original Program Date:
Dec 08, 2018
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BT18 Great Conversation 09 - Treating Trauma in Couples - Janina Fisher, PhD and Stan Tatkin, PSYD, MFT Trauma in couples includes infidelity, medical illness, and financial issues. Assessment and treatment will be covered.
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$15.00 - Base Price

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Topic Areas:
Speeches |  Trauma
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Brief Therapy Conference |  Brief Therapy Conference 2018
Faculty:
Janina Fisher, PhD
Duration:
1:05:26
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Audio Only
Original Program Date:
Dec 09, 2018
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BT18 Speech 05 - The Living Legacy of Traumatic Experience - Janina Fisher, PhD Neuroscience research has established why it is that trauma results in a fragmented narrative along with a ‘living legacy’ of enduring effects. The survival responses that preserve life and integrity under threat do not diminish once safety is obtained. Meant to warn us of impending danger, these easily re-activated survival responses continue to re-evoke the events of long ago decades after they are over. Once baffling and frustrating to treat, the evolution of new neurobiologically-informed treatments offers new, hopeful answers to the aftermath of trauma: the chronic fear of danger, dread of impending doom, loss of hope or energy, the longing for human connection, and self-destructive and addictive behavior.
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Topic Areas:
Workshops |  Brief Therapy |  Trauma
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Brief Therapy Conference |  Brief Therapy Conference 2018
Faculty:
Janina Fisher, PhD
Duration:
2:05:52
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Audio Only
Original Program Date:
Dec 07, 2018
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BT18 Workshop 16 - Healing Traumatic Wounds Using a Brief Therapy Model - Janina Fisher, PhD Traditional models of trauma treatment emphasize a narrative approach centered on the overwhelming events, a very long, slow, painful approach in which clients get worse before they get better. But rather than ‘treat’ the events, neuroscience teaches us how to treat their effects. When trauma symptoms are “decoded” as evidence of how individuals survived, they become comprehensible and treatable. Clients are recruited as active participants in the treatment, are educated to understand trauma-related responses, reassuring them that they are not inadequate or crazy. Best of all, a brief therapy model can be inherently relational while avoiding the 'side effects' of long-term therapeutic relationships.
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