Good intentions are not enough to heal generational wounds incurred by racial trauma and decades of systematic racism.
It requires refined knowledge and skills that many clinicians were never taught.
That’s why we’re bringing you a brand-new approach to treatment!
Polyvagal theory for complex racial trauma offers a profound method for developing connection with clients to resolve trauma. Targeting the vagus nerve, polyvagal response deactivation interventions sooth the nervous systems of both you and the client. Through this interactive co-regulating process you will transform your clients’ minds, bodies, and your practice.
Get ready for an incredibly impactful one-day training with Candice Dickens, LPC. With 30 years of experience as a clinician, she specializes in trauma-based care and the intersection of race, ethnicity and other cultural factors. Candice shares with you a moving experience of learning to lead clients through processing their own complex trauma related to race, childhood experiences, and more – while also deepening your understanding of your own nervous system reactions in session.
In this online training you’ll learn how to receive the client as they are, enriching your dyadic attunement. The unique application of polyvagal response to racial trauma encourages:
Processing of intergenerational and legacy trauma
Growth of new neurological connections changing old patterns
Decreased reaction to triggering stimuli related to race seen on media and other places
And much more!
Candice Richardson Dickens, LPC 培訓機構 CRA Counseling & Consulting Agency 所有者。她擔任臨床醫生已有 30 多年，專門研究基於創傷的治療與種族、民族和文化領域的交叉領域。Candice 畢業於 Bowling Green 州立大學，獲得康復諮詢碩士學位，目前正在賽布魯克大學攻讀輔導員教育和監督博士學位。她是獲得許可的臨床專業顧問和獲得許可的酒精和藥物濫用顧問。坎迪斯經常就創傷和種族話題發表演講，包括在 Psychotherapy Networker、社會保障管理局和成癮專業協會等活動中。