Coronavirus is having a major impact on our clients with trauma histories. Daily, I’m hearing my clients who have been stable, talk about a resurgence of their PTSD symptoms.
I’ve been (virtually) working around the clock to help them manage their symptoms, differentiate past from present day triggers and to navigate our current world from a calmer and more centered place.
Join me for this hour and I’ll teach you an IFS approach to working with your traumatized clients during this pandemic.
I’ll clearly illustrate for you through my own case examples:
Ways to explore their reaction and fears to the Coronavirus pandemic
Signs and signals that your client is reliving his/her trauma history
The IFS (Internal Family Systems) approach to quickly help and avert re-traumatization while increasing self-connection.
Help identify the vulnerability under the symptom
It’s for moments like this when the rare and unexpected – and seemingly not connected – alarm sounds through the world that using a Parts approach can truly help your clients cope.
Please join me so you can apply the best skills IFS and treatment skills to manage this new and evolving public health situation with your clients.