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Treatment of Traumatic Loss for Children and Adolescents - Dayton
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 Export to Your Calendar 2/28/2019
When: Thursday, February 28, 2019
8:00 AM
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United States

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How many CE credits are being offered?

6.25


Does the CE offered count as Ethics CE?

No


Event Description

Introduction Traumatic Loss: Definition, Concepts, Types & Effects • Definition of Trauma • Important Trauma Concepts • Important Grief Concepts • Features of Survival Mode Types of Significant Trauma in U.S. Youth Receiving Treatment Grief Domains Where Developmental Level Matters Most • 8 Domains where developmental level affects how traumatic losses are experienced: Ages & Stages: Effects of Traumatic Loss by Age Level • Effects of Traumatic Loss by Age Level (Preschoolers, Elementary School Students, Junior High Students, & High School Students) Helping All Ages: Common Themes Emotions • Dealing with Emotions: General Guidelines • Dealing with Emotions by Age Level (Preschoolers, Elementary School Students, Junior High Students, & High School Students) Behaviors • Dealing with Behaviors: General Guidelines • Dealing with Behaviors by Age Level (Preschoolers, Elementary School Students, Junior High Students, & High School Students) Thoughts, Guilt, & Responsibility • Dealing with Thoughts, Guilt, & Responsibility: General Issues • Dealing with Thoughts, Guilt & Responsibility by Age Level (Preschoolers, Elementary School Students, Junior High Students, & High School Students) Common Worries • Dealing with Common Worries: General Issues • Dealing with Common Worries by Age Level (Preschoolers, Elementary School Students, Junior High Students, & High School Students) Medium of Expression: Overview of Stages Willingness to Talk: Overview of Issues Memories: Overview of Issues Effects of Traumatic Loss on the Brain & Body • The 3-Part Brain (or Upstairs/Downstairs Brain) • The Prefrontal Cortex • “Hair Trigger” Threat Response • Cognitive & Academic Problems • Relationship Problems Stages of Treatment for Traumatic Loss • Stage One: Safety & Stabilization • Stage Two: Processing the Traumatic Loss • Stage Three: Reconnection Using the ARC Model as a Framework for Treating Traumatic Loss (Stage One) • Domains & Building Blocks of the ARC Model • Adding Physiology: the expanded PARC model The Physiology Domain • Adequate Sleep • Nutrition & Hydration • Sensory Needs/Interventions • Medications & Supplements • Physical Activity/Exercise The Attachment Domain • Caregiver Emotional Control: • Caregiver Attunement • Consistent Caregiver Response • Routines & Rituals The (Self-) Regulation Domain • Feelings Identification • Feelings Expression • Emotional Regulation Grounding & Self-Soothing Techniques • Examples of Grounding Techniques The Competency Domain • Executive Functions: • Identity/Sense of Self Stage Two: Processing the Traumatic Loss • Overview of process Stage Three: Reconnection • Overview of areas to address in Reconnection


Event registration website

www.pesi.com


Cost

Private Event


Provider Name

PESI, Inc.


Provider Email Address

cepesi@pesi.com


Provider Phone Number

800-844-8260


Venue Name

Dayton Hospice


Venue Street Address

324 Wilmington Ave.


Venue City

Dayton


Venue State

oh


Venue Zip Code

45420