Mark Weisberg, Ph.D., ABPP - Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - at the Dakota Lodge, West St. Paul, MN
Healing From Trauma: The Link Between Physiology and Psychodynamics
This one-day presentation will address the interface between psychodynamics, physiological response, and psychotherapy, the treatment of trauma and related syndromes. The capacity for attachment and relationship affects the patient’s ability to tolerate new and different sensations and emotions in the body. This ties directly to experiences mediated by the limbic brain, and thus the connection to physiological responses. These phenomena are important not only in treatment of trauma but also of depression, anxiety and chronic pain.
We will discuss what constitutes integrative medicine, and how it relates to trauma and treatment. Many of the principles of mind-body medicine relate to core concepts in psychotherapy, and this connection will be explored in more detail. Psychoneuroimmunology provides some of the physiological linkages to help understand how emotion gets transduced into physiological response. Dr. Weisberg will also clarify how these principles can inform the effective treatment of trauma and related conditions.
Participants will be able to describe what Psychoneuroimmunology is and why it is important in understanding mind-body medicine, trauma syndromes, and psychotherapy.
Participants will describe what constitutes integrative treatment.
Participants will describe the relationship between psychodynamics, physiological response and self-healing resources.
Participants will describe at least 2 ways that an understanding of these principles can inform the treatment of trauma.
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
8:15-9:00 AM Registration
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Workshop
Two 15 min. breaks.
1.5 hour lunch on your own.
Coffee, tea, and light refreshments provided throughout the day.
Early Bird Registration goes through midnight on April 3, 2016
Regular Registration - $89
Military/Student Registration - $65
From April 4 until April 20, 2016
Regular Registration - $115
Military/Student Registration - $79
CONTINUING EDUCATION INFORMATION
6 Continuing Education Credits will be provided
Workshop Venue: Dakota Lodge
Address: 1200 Stassen Ln, St Paul, MN 55118
Parking: Free Lot
ADA Considerations: Handicap Parking available
Single Level Facility
Please contact MN Trauma Project at firstname.lastname@example.org for any specific accomodation requests