Helping Trauma Patients Develop Resilience

THIS EVENT MAY BE CANCELLED DUE TO STATE HEALTH OFFICALS' RECOMMENDATIONS

Dr. Eger will address how mental health professionals can competently guide their patients who have experienced trauma through a process which involves development of their inner resources to help them move beyond the pain of past trauma. She will emphasize ways to develop resiliency with the goal of helping these patients heal from trauma.

 

When

Friday, April 24, 2020 - 7:30pm to 9:30pm
7:30 pm - Registration/Wine & Cheese

Where

SDPC

858-454-3102(voice)
4455 Morena Blvd.
Ste. 202
San Diego, CA 92117
United States
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CEUs

2

Cost

SDPC Graduate Members: No fee; Community Clinicians: $30; Students: $20; Fellows: No fee
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Educational Objective(s)

  • List several skills that will assist their patients to cope with unexpected and unanticipated feelings– by discovering their inner resources.
  • Discuss ways they and their patients pay close attention to self-dialogue in efforts to prevent anticipatory anxieties and fears
  • Show how gaining increased insight into the value for patients to re-visit past traumas and not to get stuck in them. Workshop will be insight-oriented with a cognitive adjunct.

Presenter Information

Dr. Edith Eger is a Clinical Psychologist, currently practicing in La Jolla, CA. She is the author of "The Choice: Embracing the Possible", and one of the last survivors of the Auschwitz concentration camp.