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Healing Community Trauma: How to do Acupuncture in the Field for Traumatic Events

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Nov
07
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Healing Community Trauma: How to do Acupuncture in the Field for Traumatic Events

Add to Calendar 11-07-2020 11-08-2020 Trauma and Emergency Acupuncture

This entertaining and highly experiential 2-day training prepares acupuncturists to provide trauma relief and recovery programs in their own communities as well as abroad. Healing Community Trauma strengthens the clinical, organizing and leadership skills that acupuncturists and other professionals need to establish disaster relief efforts and community service clinics for people affected by trauma. Instruction includes: Clinic Practicum based on an actual disaster scenario How to set up a mobile field clinic in response to a disaster How to establish a community service clinic for ongoing trauma relief How to build strong, collaborative teams that work well together How to work with the unique clinical needs of traumatized communities and individuals How to recognize and manage acute traumatic stress Understanding the neuro-biology of trauma Understanding how acupuncture prevents/reduces the effects of trauma HeartMath® techniques to help you stay calm even in the midst of chaos, and give your patients tools to support their healing process Ethics and safety issues in disaster relief and community service Qi gong instruction and practice for reducing stress This is a 15 CEU/PDA training approved by the NCCAOM, CA, TX and FL. California Category 1 Live training. Provide Number 0619. (Credits may be pending at the time of this listing)

Dongguk University
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  • Event Start Date: 11-07-2020
  • Event End Date: 11-08-2020
  • Event Start Time: 9:00 AM
  • Event Duration: 2 Days
  • Event Topic: Trauma and Emergency Acupuncture
  • Organization: Acupuncturists Without Bo
  • Instructor: Carla Cassler

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This entertaining and highly experiential 2-day training prepares acupuncturists to provide trauma relief and recovery programs in their own communities as well as abroad. Healing Community Trauma strengthens the clinical, organizing and leadership skills that acupuncturists and other professionals need to establish disaster relief efforts and community service clinics for people affected by trauma. Instruction includes: Clinic Practicum based on an actual disaster scenario How to set up a mobile field clinic in response to a disaster How to establish a community service clinic for ongoing trauma relief How to build strong, collaborative teams that work well together How to work with the unique clinical needs of traumatized communities and individuals How to recognize and manage acute traumatic stress Understanding the neuro-biology of trauma Understanding how acupuncture prevents/reduces the effects of trauma HeartMath® techniques to help you stay calm even in the midst of chaos, and give your patients tools to support their healing process Ethics and safety issues in disaster relief and community service Qi gong instruction and practice for reducing stress This is a 15 CEU/PDA training approved by the NCCAOM, CA, TX and FL. California Category 1 Live training. Provide Number 0619. (Credits may be pending at the time of this listing)

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