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99RR Interpersonal Neurobiology of Trauma

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Course Description

We have all witnessed the ongoing devastation of childhood abuse and the psychic toll of war. Trauma impacts brain structure and development, and shapes the nervous system and neurochemical profile of the person sustaining the injury. Understanding these impacts gives us healers a firm foundation on which the compassionate healing relationship can work most effectively to relieve our traumatized clients' symptoms by fostering brain integration. Look at the difference for brain development between early childhood abuse and trauma sustained later in life, particularly exploring the influence of both kinds of trauma on the formation of implicit, explicit, and autobiographical memory. Explore how therapist mental health influences the course of treatment. The first day, lay the theoretical foundation, and the second day, explore ample clinical examples as well as have the opportunity to apply this viewpoint to your own clients in practical ways.

Sponsored by Portland State University.

Notes

Course uses D2L; go to www.pdx.edu/psuonline for information. 

Upon checkout you will be required to select one of three delivery options (Video live, Video archive, Face to Face). If you need to change or combine methods or would like more information, please contact Marion Sharp at sharpml@pdx.edu.

Credit Registration Information

One section below is for credit; one is for noncredit.

  • To register for credit, note the five-digit course reference number (CRN) listed at the end of the course title below, and log into Banweb or follow these instructions.
  • To register for noncredit, add the section to your cart below and continue the checkout process.
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Sections

  99RR - 008 Interpersonal Neurobiology of Trauma | COUN      
  2014-2015 - Winter (2015)   Status:  Available
 
Class Schedule: 2 Sessions
Contact Hours: 12.00
Course Fee(s):
Noncredit non-credit    $248.00
Potential Discount(s):
Early Bird Discount
  1.20 CEUs
In Class:   Fri 8:30AM - 4:00PM
16 Jan 2015
 
Location:   Portland State University
Building: PSU Urban Center
Room: URBN 304
In Class:   Sat 8:30AM - 4:00PM
24 Jan 2015
 
Location:   Portland State University
Building: PSU Urban Center
Room: URBN 304
Delivery Options:  Video live
 Video archive
 Face to Face
Instructors: Bonnie Badenoch
  Section Notes:  
  • Fee Note: $223 Noncredit if registered by Jan 2.
  • Time Note: 8am check-in.
  
 
  99RR - 009 Interpersonal Neurobiology of Trauma | COUN 507   45452 (G)   
  2014-2015 - Winter (2015)   Status:  Available
 
Class Schedule: 2 Sessions
Course Fee(s):
Graduate credit (2 units)   $834.00
  Available for Credit 2 units
Partially Online:   16 Jan 2015 to 8 Feb 2015
 
Location:   Portland State University
In Class:   Fri 8:30AM - 4:00PM
16 Jan 2015
 
Location:   Portland State University
Building: PSU Urban Center
Room: URBN 304
In Class:   Sat 8:30AM - 4:00PM
24 Jan 2015
 
Location:   Portland State University
Building: PSU Urban Center
Room: URBN 304
Delivery Options:  Video live
 Video archive
 Face to Face
Instructors: Bonnie Badenoch, Pamela Potter
  Section Notes:  
  • Delivery Method Note: Partially online course. This course uses a web-based system. For more information about the technology needed and how to access this course online, please go to www.pdx.edu/psuonline.
  • Schedule Note: Class meets Fri 8:30am-4pm Jan 16, Sat 8:30am-4pm Jan 24 with 8am check-in +online Jan 16-Feb 8.
  • Instructor Note: Class led by Bonnie Badenoch with Pamela Potter as distance facilitator.
  • RDT Note: This is a Restricted Differential Tuition (RDT) course. Tuition and fees for RDT courses are assessed separately from the charges associated with regular courses. Please be aware that credits associated with RDT courses do not count toward a student?s enrollment status for tuition purposes or eligibility for student health services, including insurance.