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Home Study: AMHCA 2021 Conference (Crisis and Trauma Assessment and Treatment Bundle - 10 Sessions, 13.5 CEs)

*Previously Recorded from 6/14/2021 to 6/25/2021 - Not a Live Event** We are truly living out our conference theme by: Recognizing the current situation, Reframing our way of thinking about our conference, and Restoring the quality and engagement that is unique and important to...


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A Tendency to Focus on the Past Plays a Key Role in Increasing Depressive Symptoms Among Individuals With Childhood Trauma

“Findings from the Journal of Psychiatric Research point to a negative focus on the past as a fundamental aspect of depression. The study found that childhood trauma was associated with elevated depressive symptoms, but only among those who showed a tendency to focus on the past over the...


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Trigger Warnings May Prolong Bad Memories

“Trauma memories can suddenly return when survivors are exposed to material that reminds them of the event—a process known as ‘triggering,’ which can be very distressing. Trigger warnings are intended to help mitigate this potential distress. However, ... trigger warnings do not lessen the blow...


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Good Storytellers Get Better Health Care—But Childhood Trauma Confuses the Narrative

“When describing their symptoms, medical history and health changes at a clinic or hospital, every patient is the storyteller of their own health. Good storytellers tend to get better health care, but a history of childhood trauma plays havoc with telling your own story.” (By Robert Maunder and...


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The Case for Using MDMA to Help Heal Victims of Trauma

“In the 30 years since the pharmaceutical revolution began, psychiatry may be the only medical field to lose ground to its diseases. Until MDMA, perhaps. Often lumped together with LSD, psilocybin, and other drugs currently enjoying a renaissance in mental health, MDMA is not in fact a true...


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There’s a Score to Quantify Childhood Trauma. Some Health Experts Want You to Know Yours.

“Even with a pandemic raging, Nadine Burke Harris , a pediatrician who is serving as the first state surgeon general of California, set a goal that had nothing to do with the coronavirus : training 20,000 medical professionals in her state in a kind of health assessment known as the ACEs ...


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Home Study: A Beginner’s Guide to Navigating Trauma-Informed Care

**Previously Recorded on 5/13/2021 - Not a Live Event** A Beginner’s Guide to Navigating Trauma-Informed Care This webinar will review the multiple sources of trainings and certification options for clinicians seeking to become trauma-informed practitioners. Some focus...


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Home Study: Intergenerational Trauma and Cultural Resilience

**Previously Recorded on 4/7/2021 - Not a Live Event** Intergenerational Trauma and Cultural Resilience During this presentation attendees will learn about intergenerational and historical trauma including the types of events that may create this type of trauma, how these events may...


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Home Study: Trauma Linking to Suicide Ideation in K-12 Population

**Previously Recorded on 3/10/2021 - Not a Live Event** Trauma Linking to Suicide Ideation in K-12 Population: How Can Counselors and Educators Address the Pain Experienced by Youth Children or adolescents who witness or experience various traumas risk developing psychological and...


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Home Study: Working With The Trauma Story

**Previously Recorded on 12/02/2020 - Not a Live Event** Working with the Trauma Story This interactive workshop will focus on the trauma story and working with victims so they can tell their story. Objectives: 1. Differentiate between the attached and detached trauma...