One of the most difficult parts of working with trauma is managing the painful sensations and emotions that can rattle a client during treatment.

So how do we help clients tolerate the intolerable?

This question opens the agenda in this week’s free session of the Treating Trauma Master Series.

World-renowned experts in treating trauma will share the latest strategies for helping clients tolerate dysregulation and come back from hypo-arousal.

And it’s entirely free to watch – just sign up and choose a time that works for you.

Here’s what they’ll cover:

  • How to Bring a Client Back from a State of Hypoarousal 
  • How to Help Clients Calm Their Bodies and Reengage the Thinking Brain 
  • How to Know Whether a Client’s Dysregulation Is a Symptom of Bipolar Disorder or Trauma
  • Strategies to Help Clients Tolerate Distress After Trauma
  • The Critical Difference in the Brain Between Processing Trauma and Reliving Trauma 
  • The 2-Stage Neural Breakdown That Makes a Client Vulnerable to PTSD (and How to Reverse It)

Thousands of practitioners have been tuning in each week to watch these free sessions of the Treating Trauma Master Series. So far, 48,194 people from 103 countries around the world have attended.

This series is highly recommended. And it’s completely free to watch these sessions at the time of broadcast. There are multiple times that they air, so you’ll have plenty of opportunity to catch it.

This week’s session on How to Help Clients Tolerate Dysregulation and Come Back from Hypoarousal will air multiple times this Wednesday and Thursday, May 8 / 9.

You can also become a Gold Subscriber and get all the videos, audio recordings, transcripts, and bonus sessions to watch whenever you like and keep forever.

CE/CME credits are also available so don’t miss this opportunity!

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