Match specific mindfulness practices to help heal diverse symptoms of PTSD and complex trauma A rare opportunity for you to learn how to apply mindfulness skills to trauma and PTSD! Discover a toolkit of mindfulness skills so that you can personalize your approach to clients’ unique trauma symptoms and therapy preferences The multitude of difficulties stemming from trauma - emotional, cognitive, physical, spiritual, and relational-can overwhelm both trauma survivors and you as their clinician.
You face a unique constellation of challenges with each client. Luckily, mindfulness practices can provide bountiful avenues towards trauma recovery and posttraumatic growth. Mindfulness skills offer an ideal synthesis of focusing on the “here and now” and healing layers of trauma-related distress.
Using specific mindfulness techniques, you can target each client’s unique symptom profile to reduce experiences such as:
- Self-criticism, self-blame, and self-hatred
- Intrusions Relationship disturbances
Beyond decreasing symptoms of trauma and PTSD, mindfulness skills can provide a lasting foundation for overall health, resilience, and well-being.
Join Dr. Turow, author of Mindfulness Skills for Trauma and PTSD: Practices for Recovery and Resilience (Norton Professional Books, 2017), as she distills her clinical and research expertise to pinpoint specific mindfulness techniques for common responses to trauma. By implementing these skills in your practice, you can confidently guide traumatized clients to tolerate and transform distress, promote bodily relaxation, and shift self-criticism to self-compassion.
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