16 Mar Memory Reconsolidation Techniques and Interventions for Trauma
This workshop provides an overview of the neuroscience of memory systems and PTSD, and the memory reconsolidation techniques that have been shown to facilitate recovery from PTSD.
PTSD and other trauma and stressor-related disorders have sometimes been referred to as “memory disorders,” due to the deficits in traumatic memory consolidation observed in those suffering from PTSD. Failed memory reconsolidation contributes to the development of post-trauma symptoms such as intrusive thoughts, dissociation, flashbacks, hypervigilance, nightmares, and other classic PTSD symptoms. Additionally, traumatic memories may be relived, seemingly occurring in the present. However, memory reconsolidation is possible with several therapeutic tools and interventions available to clinicians!
• State the main area of the brain involved in the storage of autobiographical, explicit, declarative memory.
• Name at least two types of “memory errors” that can occur during trauma processing.
• Identify one way in which EMDR differs from EFT and Brain-spotting.
• Describe one mechanism of action of memory reconsolidation tools.
• Learn and practice at least two basic memory reconsolidation techniques.
This online workshop will give you instant access to 3 hours of video content, accessible via streaming on our website, as well as downloads for supplemental materials. You can view the course content in your own time. Note that access will expire 12 months after purchasing this course.
Please click the green ‘Mark Complete’ button on each module as you progress.
A certificate of completion will be generated upon finishing the course and completing a short assessment quiz. If the certificate is not showing, please confirm you have marked all sections as ‘Complete’. Please consult your professional organisation/association to confirm whether you are able to claim any CPD points/hours for this online workshop.