• Treating Trauma (Free Training Workshop)

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    Name: Treating Trauma (Free Training Workshop)
    Date: January 11, 2019
    Time: 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM CST
    Event Description:

    Learn the core principles and techniques of Trauma Model Therapy, which is presented in partnership between The Ross Trauma Institute and Tarleton State University's Student Counseling Services.

    There is no cost for this training or for CEUs.

     

    TRAUMA MODEL THERAPY FOR ADDICTIONS AND COMPLEX COMORBIDITY

    Colin A. Ross, M.D. and Melissa Engle, MS, ATR, LPC

    1:00 – 2:45 Dr. Ross

    Treatment Outcome Data from Healing Springs Ranch and Dr. Ross’ Trauma Program

    Principles of Trauma Model Therapy

    The problem of attachment to the perpetrator; the locus of control shift; the problem is not the problem; just say ‘no’ to drugs; addiction is the opposite of desensitization; the victim-rescuer-perpetrator triangle

    Case examples of treatment techniques

    2:45 – 3:15 Break

    3:15 – 5:00 Melissa Engle

    An Integrated Treatment Model for Addictions

    The Spectrum of Emotions

    Case Examples: Applying the Trauma Model to Treatment of Addictions

    5:00 – 6:00 Dr. Ross and Melissa Engle

    Role Plays of Therapy Session

    Question & Answer

    In this workshop, Dr. Ross will present treatment outcome data from Healing Springs Ranch (HSR), a residential treatment center for addictions in Tioga, Texas, and from his Trauma Program. Treatment at HSR is based on an Integrated Addictions Model that incorporates Dr. Ross’ Trauma Model Therapy (TMT). TMT is the basis of treatment in Dr. Ross’ Trauma Program at UBH Denton. Dr. Ross will explain the core principles of TMT and illustrate treatment techniques and strategies through case examples. Melissa Engle will then explain the Integrated Addictions Model used at HSR, which includes the Spectrum of Emotions, a scheme she developed for treating complex trauma and addictions. Like Dr. Ross, she will illustrate treatment techniques and strategies through case examples. Dr. Ross and Melissa Engle will also do role plays of therapy sessions to illustrate treatment techniques and strategies.

    Objectives:

    Participants will be able to:

    1. Describe the core principles of Trauma Model Therapy (TMT) used at UBH Denton.

    2. Describe specific treatment techniques of TMT.

    3. Describe the Integrated Addictions Model used at Healing Springs Ranch.

    4. Describe specific treatment techniques from the Integrated Addictions Model.

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