This day long workshop will integrate the neurobiology of trauma with the dynamic of domestic violence to give participants a better understanding of the victim/survivor experience. Dr. Wilson will use his experience working with both perpetrators and victims to integrate the science in a way that will deepen participants’ ability to make sense of victim/survivor reaction and behavior, using case examples, video, and audio. The training will cover the impact attachment circuitry, defense circuitry and networks, and meaning-making have on victims/survivors, as well as the impact trauma can have on memory. Dr. Wilson will also discuss what it means to be trauma informed in working with victim/survivors and introduce participants to the Certified Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview, a neuroscience based interviewing methodology.
This training is designed for mental health practitioners, medical professionals, law enforcement, social workers, clergy, advocates, educators, students, and community members.
About the Speaker
Dr. Chris Wilson, Psy.D is a licensed psychologist and internationally recognized speaker and trainer on the neurobiology of trauma, vicarious trauma, and trauma informed interviewing. Dr. Wilson is the Director of Training for Certified FETI (Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview), and served on the Board of the Oregon Psychology Association for six years.
$40 - lunch is provided
$25 - NTC Student
Certificates will be provided for 7 CEUs. Social work CEUs will be available.
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