Helping Clients Rewire the Traumatized Brain
1 CE Hour
“Helping Clients Rewire the Traumatized Brain”
Michael Christian, Ph.D.
Trauma produces distress on the human brain that many may challenge the traumatized individual. The brain contains an enormous capacity to be rewired and restored to a healthy state when exposed to effective treatment. This presentation will provide participants a functional understanding of trauma; will show how trauma becomes stored in the brain; and will offer effective treatment options for clients searching for healing.
- Following this presentation, participants will have a greater functional understanding of trauma.
- Following this presentation, participants will have a practical knowledge of how trauma impacts the human brain.
- Following this presentation, participants will have a strategy to use when treating clients who desire to heal from past trauma and rewire the traumatized brain.
About the Speakers
Michael Christian, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Graduate Counseling Program at Trevecca Nazarene University. Michael is also in practice practice with offices in Brentwood, Mt. Juliet and Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Lisa Long is a master’s level counseling intern trained in EMDR and is a member of Theta Nu Upsilon at Trevecca Nazarene University. In addition, Lisa is an ordained pastor with 27 years of pastoral counseling experience.