Trauma and the Embodied Brain - CE Credits

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 Trauma and the Embodied Brain:

A Heart-Based Training in Relational Neuroscience for Healing Trauma

Bonnie Badenoch, PhD, LMFT

Eight Weekly Training Modules Plus Two Prerecorded Sessions

This professional training taught by Bonnie Badenoch, PhD, LMFT, offers the latest research and neuroscientifically grounded treatment approaches in the area of trauma. Bonnie is author of the acclaimed Being a Brain-Wise Therapist: A Practical Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology.

Bonnie will provide the theory and clinical tools you need to work more effectively with clients suffering from trauma, and will look at both theoretical and experiential-based learning approaches. In the course, we will be exploring:

  • Building a foundation in the field of relational neuroscience
  • Working with trauma from the perspective of interpersonal neurobiology
  • Deepening our awareness of the roots of trauma
  • Developmental psychotherapy and the embodied brain
  • Explicit and implicit memory
  • The nature of what it means to heal trauma and the journey it requires

Bonnie will emphasize the role of emotion, feeling, the heart, and relationship in healing from trauma, and how the therapy relationship itself can provide a second chance at secure attachment. 

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Product Code CE05357
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Bonnie Badenoch

About Bonnie Badenoch

Bonnie Badenoch, PhD, is a marriage and family therapist, author, consultant, and group facilitator. She is a student of interpersonal neurobiology who is particularly devoted to supporting the clinician's ongoing personal healing process. She is the author of Being a BrainWise Therapist and The BrainSavvy Therapist's Workbook. Her 25 years of working with people healing from trauma and attachment wounds has fostered such respect for those who are willing to touch their suffering in the service of being more kind and compassionate human beings.