This 8-week live webinar series will explore an integrated therapeutic approach using trauma-informed psychotherapy, neurofeedback, and trauma-informed body work to deeply address the terrible aftermath of developmental trauma.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for Semester 1. Here is a testimonial that Diana has graciously shared. I look forward to sharing Semester 2 with many of you soon!
"Sebern has a depth of expertise and unending quest for knowledge, which she graciously integrates to share the latest information and research in neuroscience. Being able to learn from Sebern, with her infinitely approachable style, is an amazing opportunity! Thank you Sebern, for being so willing to share your experience, learning, insights, expertise and knowledge and contribute so profoundly to the important work of helping people heal from trauma!"
Register Here you can register for the webinar course. Choose the semester you are signing up for below. Semester 1 is recordings only, Semester 2 will be live beginning January 27/28 (depending on where you are in the world). See the Schedule. If you are paying the regular participant price, you ca...
In 2010, the then-director of NIMH Tom Insel wrote an article published in Scientific American called "Faulty Circuits" which essentially said that we have been looking at mental illness, or behavioral disorders, all wrong. They are, he said, brain disorders- disorders of the human connectome.
This family’s tragedy and the crisis of the mental health system is a crisis of understanding the nature of the problem, using the right concepts and the right language to describe it and knowing there is something you can do to help the brain recover. It makes me feel both frustrated and deeply sad.
Let people know at every level of the system you are working within that they need to treat the brain in developmental trauma and that- at least so far- the best way we can do this is to train it.