Instructor: Alaine Duncan
On-ground NY workshop
June 1-2, 9 am-5:30 pm
15 PDA/CEUs including
2 NCCAOM required Ethics category PDAs
•Recognize traumatic stress-response physiology and effects of trauma in survivor clients
•Develop interviewing and treatment strategies for success with trauma survivors
•Identify social and cultural implications of trauma history and tools for successful practitioner-client relations and treatment outcomes that incorporate cultural humility and respect for boundaries
Alaine Duncan, the author of the popular book, Tao of Trauma, is a charter member of the Integrative Health & Wellness program at the DC Veterans Administration Medical Center, where she has served since 2007. Her research includes the use of acupuncture for the treatment of combat-related traumatic stress.
Earlybird discount by May 1: $305; After May 1: $355
10% discount for ASNY members & PCHS faculty & staff
Students early Earlybird discount by May 1: 200; After May 1: $225
Discounts combinable with earlybird price, but not with each other
REGISTER EARLY TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT
Contact Cynthia Neipris at [email protected] with questions.
REFUND POLICY: You may cancel an on-ground class up to 1 week prior to the class date. A $25 administrative fee will be deducted from your refund.