06/10/2021 Using CBT in a Trauma-Informed Care Setting

The effects of psychological trauma can last long after physical injury heals. Some of these effects can include the development of irrational thoughts and actions that were originally designed to protect against further harm. However, these patterns can also provide signposts to healing pathways.  In this presentation we will discuss CBT applications in trauma-informed care environments to help clients manage their responses to traumatic stress and techniques.

Presenter: Robert m Cox

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the 4 Rs of trauma-informed care
  2. Identify common cognitive distortions associated with psychological injury
  3. Use cognitive-behavioral techniques in a trauma-informed treatment setting


12:00-12:05pm – Introductions of presenters and helpline information
12:05-12:45pm – Lecture of material
12:45-12:55pm – Discussion questions, case presentation, interaction (as needed)
12:55-1:00pm – Closing comments

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