Childhood Trauma – Fundamental Differences between Developmental and Shock Trauma – webinar

It’s estimated that as many as 9 in 10 people currently seeing a counselor have experienced trauma… even if they don’t realize it.

it’s possible to experience trauma and not be aware of it.

What if it were possible to relieve suffering without having to relive it during therapy?

And what if it were possible to simply observe someone in the present to understand what they need to heal in their past? Fortunately, it is.

Words aren’t the only way a person talks––and the limits of a narrative don’t determine the limits of healing.

Trauma, whether it’s the result of developmental injury or an overwhelming shock at a crucial age, can leave an imprint on the mind and body that carries into adulthood.

With the right tools and techniques, you can detect physical and behavioral signs of developmental and shock traumas and distinguish between them. Register now for January 19 at 1pm here >

Date and Time

Tue, January 19, 2021

1:00pm - 2:00pm