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Change Your Brain, Change Your Life

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Using the latest, most sophisticated brain imaging technology in medicine this presentation gives an intimate look into a “working brain”. Brain patterns that correlate with specific feeling and behaviors, what happens when things go wrong, specific exercise to balance each part of the brain and insights for working with psychotherapy clients will be covered.

$16.95

Get Out of My Life, But First Can You Take Me to the Mall? Working with Resistant Adolescents/Young Adults

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

$16.95

Mindfulness, Stress and Our Well Being: A Guide to Therapeutic Meditation

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Meditation is an evidence-based practice useful in treating stress related disorders, chronic illness, addictions, trauma, anxiety, and depression. In this introduction to the topic, four basic forms of meditation-concentration, mindfulness, compassion, and centering prayer-will be compared and contrasted. The physiology of meditation including its effects on the autonomic nervous system and the brain will be reviewed.

$16.95

10 Practical Steps to Create Brain Healthy Lives

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This lecture will analyse why Omega 3 fatty acids, including those in fish oil, are beneficial to brain health. The best dietary sources of Omega 3 fatty acids will be detailed. In addition, the important ratio between Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids will be examined.

$16.95

Wartime PTSD and Its Effects on Families

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

This workshop shares the post-war trauma Christal experienced when her father returned home from war, and sheds a light on an urgent social issue that family members of veterans are often reluctant to talk about: secondary PTSD. Learn more about how wartime PTSD can affect family members of veterans, and how clients can find transformation and healing.

$12.95

Smarter Than You Think: Adult Survivors of Trauma & Dysfunctional Families & Using Emotional, Social and Spiritual Intelligences in a Strength-Based Model

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Child abuse, addiction and other trauma often do not end with childhood. When childhood is over the survivors are adults. Not all adult survivors become the walking wounded. Many are able to grow beyond the experience and develop resiliency skills using a strength-based model of recovery based on emotional, social and spiritual intelligences. Resilience is the ability to thrive despite adversity and enables people of all ages and backgrounds to lead healthy and fulfilling lives despite formidable obstacles. This workshop will focus on why adult victims of child abuse and other types of high risk families are not all the same.

$16.95

Love Gone Awry: Neuroses, Obsession and Attraction

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Where is the fine line between love and obsession? How can love get nuked by neuroses? And how can attraction lead to disastrous relationships? These and other timely questions will be addressed in this colorful presentation describing far too many relationships in the 21st century

$16.95