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Promoting Post-Traumatic Growth with Lisa Ferentz

The Trauma Treatment Revolution
NP0060– Session 2

Tell Us What You Think | Ask Questions | Get Feedback From Your Peers
How do you guide clients through key transition points in the process of post-traumatic growth? Which alternative, new approaches will you incorporate into your practice to enrich the therapy experience? What questions do you have for Ferentz about post-traumatic growth?

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2 Responses to Promoting Post-Traumatic Growth with Lisa Ferentz

  1. pgaestel says:

    Interested in how you approach the spirituality questions with clients who say they have no belief, describe selves as atheist and they don’t believe in anything, as a matter of fact they see that as a weakness, reaching out for something that doesn’t exist to help them with things they should be able to handle.

  2. clarebrown says:

    So inspiring, and powerful. I appreciated the need for the therapist to be mindful of timing and assessing the client as to whether they are truly experiencing self compassion. Looking forward to using the workbook!

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