10489 Trauma, Dissociation, and Psychosis: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Other Approaches to Understanding and Recovery
Review numerous studies that now strongly indicate psychosis is an understandable reaction to trauma and abuse, with dissociation playing a key role. Explore approaches that help people relate differently to these experiences, helping build compassionate self-narratives that support real recovery.
Sponsored by Portland State University.
This section is for NONCREDIT (CEUs) only. Please note that this section is only for Feb 18.
- To register, please click on the [Add to Cart] button below. You will be prompted to sign in or create a free new student account during the check-out process.
- To register for Feb 17 as well, please visit course 10488.
- To register for credit, please visit course 46H3.
- Please do NOT set up a Banweb student account. Banweb is for academic credit only and the $25 fee is nonrefundable.
Registration for Day 1 of this training (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis: An Individualized, Recovery-Oriented Approach), as well as prior knowledge of CBT for psychosis, is encouraged but not required.
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