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WEBINAR :Understanding & Addressing Trauma in Traumatic Brain Injury

WEBINAR :Understanding & Addressing Trauma in Traumatic Brain Injury

November 24th 10.30 -12.30 (2 CPD/APIL)

Key speaker Dr Priyanka Pradhan, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist with the NHS and Neurolistics 

The webinar is supported by High View Care Services 

Are you a neuro-rehab professional or legal professional working with individuals and families that are living with the effects of a traumatic brain injury or a neurological disorder?

If so, have you ever come up against?

-          Limited progression towards therapy goals?

-          High levels of emotional distress in both your clients and yourself?

-          Variable engagement from your clients?

-          Ruptures in the therapeutic relationship?

-          Complex family dynamics in the systems you are working with?

If you answered yes to any of the above, this webinar aims to help you and your teams delve deeper into understanding what may be underlying the challenges that arise when working with clients that have experienced physical and psychological trauma. Also, to explore the complexity that results when this ‘new’ trauma interacts with pre-existing trauma on a physical, psychological and behavioural level.

This webinar will bring highlights from the ever-expanding neuroscientific research and knowledge base regarding how the autonomic nervous system functions and so is affected by a number biological, environmental and social factors. We then look at the pivotal role it plays in how people function and interact with others on a day to day basis.

Finally, the webinar will be exploring evidence base interventions and treatments that help to alleviate issues that arise from nervous system dysfunction, as a result of physical and psychological trauma. A number of case examples will be discussed.

There will be opportunity at the end of the webinar to ask questions to Dr Pradhan

Can’t make the live broadcast?  No worries. You can still register by using the book now link and you will have access to the recorded session.

Approximately one week after the webinar all delegates (whether you have attended the live broadcast or not) will have access to the recorded session and be able to download their APIL & CPD certificate.

To view the programme click here

The cost is £50 + vat (with 20% NHS/charity reduction)

Click here to BOOK NOW online


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