Treating PTSD

 Everyday Traumas & High Stress Events
 

A 1-Day Seminar in the
Essentials of Effective Help

  •  Learn how to know if someone has PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
     
  • Discover who is at risk for developing PTSD
  • Know how to tell when PTSD is healed
  • Learn a powerful yet simple tool to treat PTSD

This seminar can make a difference in your life and in the lives of those you seek to help.  The great information revealed in the seminar is just the start, a backdrop to what takes center stage–teaching you immediately useful skills that quickly empower you to be effective with PTSD, everyday traumas, high stress events and other situations that have an emotional impact.  How would you feel if you could immediately apply interventions that would help ease the pain of emotional suffering?  The goal of this seminar is to give you some great skills to do just that! 

I will cover important steps in this 1-day seminar that I do not have time to cover in the 2-day Quick REMAP Seminars.  So read the benefits and details to follow and sign up for one of the dates below!

Upcoming Locations & Dates:

Waco — March 27

Dallas — April 03

Austin — April 17

Houston —May 01

Treating PTSD with Steve B. Reed

Presented by
Steve B. Reed, LPC, LMSW, LMFT
Professional Training Seminars

 

6 Hours of Continuing Education Credit are available for Professional Counselors, Social Workers and Marriage & Family Therapists in Texas

When most people think of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), what comes to mind are the most catastrophic examples.  Events that include war/combat trauma, natural disasters and torture fall into this category.  However, many therapist are surprised to learn that research suggests that the most common cause of PTSD are injury automobile accidents.  Other common PTSD causes can include child abuse (physical, emotional & sexual), childhood neglect, rape, assaults, other injury accidents, domestic violence, and painful medical procedures among others.

Furthermore, research is now showing that even when people do not meet the full DSM-IV clinical criteria for PTSD, that they can still have significant PTSD symptoms. Traumatic and high stress incidents, sufficient enough to leave a profound impact on the emotional mid-brain, occur in nearly everyone’s life.  Such impact events increase our overall stress load, adversely effect physical health, cause emotional over reactivity and degrade the quality of life.  This is what I call Everyday Traumas.

The truth is that it is rare that I see a client who is not effected by either PTSD, Everyday Traumas or High Stress Events.  These occurrences are often the underlying cause of other disorders including phobias, panic attacks, generalized anxiety, secondary depression and traumatic grief.

My observation is that these forms of distress are occurring in epidemic proportions and (with the exception of the most dramatic cases) are often unnoticed in therapy and are going untreated.

What You Will Learn

“I attended a live workshop
just before ordering your DVDs.
WOW, I AM IN AWE.”

Henry Coyle, Counselor—Ohio
 

This seminar will enable you to:

  • Identify and diagnose PTSD and Everyday Traumas more accurately
  • Provide you with a powerful tool to treat these high impact events
  • Teach you proven ways to assess and measure treatment progress
  • Discover how to know when PTSD is healed

The practical tools that you will learn can be put into practice with your very next client and will be the first step toward allowing you to:

  • Become an expert in treating this specific therapeutic population
  • Expand the marketability of your skills
  • Increase your earning potential

Who Should Attend

 

Seminar Leader

  • Professional Counselors

  • Social Workers

  • Marriage & Family Therapists

  • Psychologists

  • Physicians

  • Nurses

  • Clergy / Pastoral Counselors

  • Drug and Alcohol Counselors

  • Rape Crisis Counselors

  • Anyone Interested in the Path to Recovery from PTSD

  Steve B. Reed, LPC, LMSW, LMFT is the developer of the REMAP process and is an innovator and leading expert in using acupressure to enhance cognitive-behavioral therapy.  He has presented on the REMAP process at many International Conferences, at the Academy of Bio-Energetic and Integrative Medicine’s International Cancer Symposium Practicum, and at state and local conferences.  He has twice presented his work at the Ohio State University Medical School.  His workshops have been given in the United States, Canada, Central America and Europe.  Steve is in private practice in the Dallas, Texas area.  He holds three mental health licenses in Texas and is an approved CE provider.

Course Content

  • What is PTSD
    – DSM IV Criteria
    – Research suggests DSM IV criteria is too narrow
    – A broader view of trauma and traumatic events
    – How people historically coped with PTSD

  • How to know if someone has PTSD – measurement tools
    – Impact of Event Scale (IES-r)
    – PTSD – What happens in the brain/body
    – State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI-s)

  • How to know if someone is at high risk for PTSD
    – German research with firefighters
    – High Trait Anxiety
    – Measuring Trait Anxiety (STAI-t)
    – Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7 questions

  • Effects of traumatic events on the brain
    – Thinking brain verses emotional mid-brain
    – Why language-based therapy can fail

  • How to know which interventions offer the best hope
    – Five interventions (strengths & weakness)
    * Exposure Therapy (Traumatic Incident Reduction)
    * Systematic Desensitization
    * NLP trauma/phobia treatment
    * EMDR
    * REMAP
    – Calming the nervous system
    * Six breaths per minute technique
    * KAVE question technique – mindfulness

  • How to minimize the chance of abreactions with
    – Systematic Desensitization
    – NLP
    – EMDR
    – REMAP

  • How to work with a simple yet powerful intervention
    – Introduction to the Quick REMAP 4-point Protocol
    – Research from Harvard and Yale Medical Schools
    – Case example
    – Live demonstration

  • Experience working with the 4-point protocol
    – Creating an Impact Event List (trauma list)
    – Group Exercise
    – Adding a key cognitive component
    – Paired exercise

  • How to minimize burn out and secondary PTSD
    – Secondary PTSD – are you at risk
    – Your STAI-t score
    – Coping container level
    – Self-treatment

  • Steps to becoming an expert with traumatized clients
    – Path to certification
    – Additional training
    – Importance of consultation

  • Question and Answer

Continuing Education

Steve B. Reed is an Approved Continuing Education Provider in the state of Texas for

  • Professional Counselors
  • Social Workers
  • Marriage and Family Counselors

This workshop provides 6 continuing education credits for those mental health licenses.

“I used the Quick REMAP 4-point Protocol with my most skeptical and deeply suffering client. (Afterwards) she said, ‘I can’t explain it, but I didn’t know I’ve been carrying this weight almost all of my life, and now it has lifted. I feel so much better.’ I have no words to thank you and to tell you how important it is to spread and share this work.”
Alexa Bresnan, LICSW—Massachusetts
 

Confirmations & Cancellations

Confirmations of registration are sent via email within 4 days of receipt in our office.  If an email cannot be sent, a phone call will be made to confirm.  If you have not received a confirmation within a 5 business days of the seminar, please contact the office at 972-997-9955 to verify your registration.

Cancellations received at least seven business days (M-F) before the seminar are refundable less a $20 administrative charge per registrant.  There is no refund for cancellations received later; however, a credit will be issued toward a future seminar or product order.  Please note that if you register and do not attend, you are still liable for full payment. The expense of continuing education may be tax deductible.  Consult your accountant for details.

Registrants will not receive a certificate until payment has been received.  If payment is not received 10 days prior to the seminar, the certificate may not be present at the seminar. If your payment is returned NSF, a returned check fee will be charged.

 Course Hours

 

Dates & Locations

Registration begins at 9:00 a.m.

The seminar begins at 9:30 a.m. and concludes at 5:00 p.m.

Lunch is on your own from 12:45 p.m. until 1:45 p.m.

Please dress comfortably and in layers since hotel meeting rooms may sometime be cool or warm.

To receive CE credit you will need to be present for the entire program.

 

  Waco — March 27
Clarion Hotel
801 S. 4th Street
Waco, TX 76706 254-757-2000
 

 

 

 

Dallas — April 03
Doubletree Hotel
8250 North Central Expressway,
Dallas, TX 75206 214-691-8700

 

Austin — April 17
Wyndham Hotel
3401 South I-35
Austin, TX 78741 512-448-2444

 

Houston — May 01
Baymont Inn & Suites
502 North Sam Houston Parkway
Houston, TX 77060 281-820-2101

Please note that participant use of recording devices at the 1-day seminar is prohibited.

“You provide a terrific model for your practitioners to follow, and you do it so eloquently. Your methods seem to be head-over-heels above everything that I have been exposed to. You have an intellectual approach and a pioneering spirit in your work, which truly raises the bar to new heights.”
Ken Breen, Therapist—New Jersey

Registration Fee

   Early* Regular  
Single Registrant $159 $179  
2 to 4** $149 each $159 each  
5 or more** $139 each $169 each

*Registrations received 10 days prior to seminar date.

**Price per person when registering at the same time.

Register Today!

By phone: please call 972-997-9955.

By mail: please complete the Registration form that is part of the PDF mail out brochure.

“I wish I had come to your training first, when I was just starting out learning therapy. ”
Sue Campbell, MA, LCSW Arkansas
“I have used Quick REMAP and the Full REMAP process several times recently and I’m really amazed about the results.”
Jutta Bockhold, Psychologist–Germany

Self-Study Products

Although this 1-day course is not yet available for home study, a more comprehensive home study program that expands on this topic is available.

Package 1 (12 CE program) $215

This includes the 2-day Quick REMAP Seminar that has been edited down to nine hours of high quality video on DVD.  It also includes the Quick REMAP Professional Handbook for three additional hours of CE credit.

These materials will cover not only the Quick REMAP 4-point Protocol but also the 8-point, 12-point and 16-point protocols along with five individual demonstrations and two group demos of this powerful work for treating PTSD, panic attacks, phobias, unending grief, anger and a wide range of emotional stress.

Package 2 (15 CE program) $250

This includes everything in package 1 plus two more presentations on audio CD for an additional three hours of CE credit.  The CDs provide specific information regarding applying the Quick REMAP 4-point protocol to treat groups, further information on treating traumas plus a live demonstration involving the treatment of a burn victim who was traumatized by medical procedures in a hospital burn unit.

These programs are the perfect next step to add to this 1-day training seminar or as a stand-alone training experience.  For further information see

or see information on the Quick REMAP page

Click the Learn Quick REMAP link below to order online:

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or call (972) 997-9955 to order by phone.

 

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“The more I see, the more I am amazed, really amazed! It is such a wonderful tool. There is no exaggeration in saying that it’s the next level up in psychology interventions. I really think it is. Well done!”
Simon Lov, Therapist from the UK
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