Your clients are suffering, the victims of your life-Shattering effects of Loss and trauma. Many have lost loved ones to disease while others lives’ have been devastated by the trauma of abuse and suicide.
Rita A. Schulte – Post-Traumatic Growth for Loss, Grief and Related Trauma
- Calm the traumatized mind and Ground clients with mindfulness and Bodywork
- Help clients get rid of the shameful burdens of anger and shame and Guilt
- Coping skills for Distraction techniques can be used to successfully distract from traumatic memories and Positive self-Talk
- Foster post-Creative interventions based on CBT and Expressive therapies can help with trauma growth and Somatic Psychotherapy
Your clients are suffering, the victims of your life-Shattering effects of Loss and trauma. Many have lost loved ones to disease while others lives’ have been devastated by the trauma of abuse and suicide. Others face the horror of abstract losses, such as unfulfilled dreams or unmet expectations. and Losses of trust, faith and love and hope.
Stories of grief and loss aren’t happy ones. They are not easy to tell – so your clients don’t. They push them down and bottle them up. and Close-Up your shop. They feel their pain. Sometimes for decades. However, you will know how your clients react to traumatic events and what happens to their hearts. This is part of the healing process. and purpose. We as clinicians long to help our clients understand and appreciate their work. for Life, better relationships and personal development that follows-Traumatic growth can be a source of great joy for It is available to all who seek it.
But we can’t help those suffering from loss, grief and If we challenge them to get out, trauma will not move their story forward. and Take risks. It’s critical to tap into the client’s potential for Resilience can open up new opportunities for them and Walk with them compassionately along the path to posting-Traumatic growth.
Rita Schulte Is a licensed professional counselor and radio host. and suicide loss survivor. Rita She committed suicide after losing her husband of 30 years in 2013. and approaches post-Traumatic growth is possible because a counselor has lived experience. Through her own experience of loss and She understands the reasons for her grief and has begun to seek out targeted treatments. and You will require specific support measures to help you cope and transition to a life after loss as only someone who’s travelled the road to post-Traumatic growth can.
- There are effective ways to calm an overactive brain and improve affect regulation.
- The “Shattered Vase” and There are many other creative activities that clients can engage in to open new opportunities.
- Use these practical tools to help you deal with traumatic memories and Address the toxic emotions anger and guilt and shame.
- Creative expressive and Somatic interventions through art and writing and Resources to assist with post-Traumatic growth.
You can watch Rita for This is a candid recording. She’ll show you how to honor your clients pain while gently planting the seeds of post-Traumatic growth.
Your clients can regain their hearts after a loss. and Reinvest in yourself to live a life that is worth living!
- Discuss how a case conceptization that is based on strengths of the client could tap into their potential for Resilience and Enhance clinical outcomes
- Analyze the neurobiology and traumatized brain and Effectively use clinical tools based on mindfulness and Grounding can be used to calm the biological stress response.
- Discuss the relationship of shame and trauma and loss and Describe how cognitive restructuring can help.-Session to address clients’ emotions and Let them explore new possibilities.
- Make powerful interventions based on CBT and expressive therapies and Psychotherapy using somatics to address the devastating effects and consequences of loss and You can reframe grief’s meaning.
- Consider the client impact and clinical relevance of connecting individuals. and Families affected by loss receive social support and Groups for grieving.
- Incorporate and Individualize therapeutic interventions that are based on art and Incorporating treatment plans for loss, grief, and Related trauma
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- Face Loss, Grief and Trauma With a Strengths-Based Approach
- Crisis of belief and Existential shattering
- What does it mean to make? and The importance of “why”
- Grief Complex grief vs. simple grief
- Abstract losses and The Ball of Grief
- Tapping into resiliency
- Competencies core and key principles
- Identify your clients’ strengths
- Current evidence regarding strengths-Based approaches
- Calm the Brain of your Client that is too active
- Neurobiology of traumatized brain
- Mindfulness and The art of noting
- Containment skills
- Grounding exercises
- Breathing and Relaxing techniques
- Tools for Managing Anger, Guilt, Shame and Traumatic Memories
- How to deal with anger
- The REACH model for forgiveness
- Certificates of debt
- The power to surrender
- All of it. and Shame
- How shame can relate to trauma and loss
- False beliefs and getting stuck
- Cognitive restructuring
- CBT coping skills can help you cope with traumatic memories
- Distraction techniques
- Positive self-Talk
- How to deal with anger
- Move clients towards Post-Traumatic Growth Interventions based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
- Shattered Vase Exercise — Plant the seeds for possibility
- Creating narratives
- Let us know if you have any questions.
- Positive remembering and repositioning
- Reframe the meaning
- Expressive and Somatic Therapy Interventions to Cultivate Post-Traumatic Growth
- Integrate left and Right hemisphere
- Art therapy
- To heal
- Access and reclaim compassion
- Somatic resourcing
- Resources that you may have forgotten
- Assess clients by yourself-Talk
- Integrate left and Right hemisphere
- Reinvest in a life worth living: Revitalize the Heart’s Desires
- The PIE of Life – Explore the possibilities for growth
- Social connection is important and Re-engagement
- Support and Groups for grief
- Toxic people
- Families affected by loss: Working together
- Choice and Perspective
- Show gratitude and A spirit of contentment following loss
- Measurements of Post-Traumatic Growth
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