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  • 0 P001 New Perspectives on Trauma TreatmentP001: The Frontiers of Trauma Treatment Web Series 10.27.2010 08:05
    This was a very interesting and important seminar. As a therapist and trauma researcher I believe that this approach needs to be more integral to psychotherapy education as should the other mind/body approaches. I would like to see an integrated framework that ties in these approaches on a continuum of practice. For example - the relationship between EFT and sensorimotor psychotherapy. They are not on different continuum - they are on the same continuum, so how do we conceptualize the relationship between them. What are the therapeutic elements and what is the progression of therapy and where do they intersect. Also, what is the intersection of experience, affect and cognition. Either one alone is insufficient. New for me in today's talk was the concept of "window of safety" and how to move between the hyperarousal and hypoarousal. I also wish there were more local (Philadelphia) training options. I work on the integration every time I do a therapy session. I would love to dialogue about this with colleagues.
    Thank you for this opportunity,
    Bea Hollander-Goldfein, Philadelphia, Pa.
  • 0 P001 New Perspectives on Trauma TreatmentP001: The Frontiers of Trauma Treatment Web Series 10.20.2010 12:38
    Always excellent to learn about a treatment approach in the context of its development and in the context of the development of the field. I would have appreciated having the slides in advance to make notetaking easier. And - is it ever possible to have these webinars with a visual of the speaker on the computer or is this not possible? Thanks for a relevant webinar series.
    Bea Hollander-Goldfein Ph.D., LMFT
    Philadelphia, Pa

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