Harnessing Neuroplasticity to Create Personal Resilience with the Self-Havening Touch
This spotlight webinar is aimed at School Administrators, Educators, School Counselors, Social Workers, Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapists, Culture and Climate Specialists, SEL Committee Leaders
Date: April 25th, 2023
Time: 7:00-8:30 PM EST
Facilitator Name: Dr. Kate Truitt
Imagine being empowered with the ability to quickly and efficiently self-soothe, stop ruminating thoughts, move through difficult experiences, and ground yourself at a neurobiological level. We now have the tools, thanks to new advances in neuroscience, to teach ourselves and those around us how to engage and support our brains to be as healthy and balanced as possible. Without the use of medication or electrodes, relying on our internal self-soothing mechanisms, we have the power to create intentional change in how our brain is responding to the world around us. Join Dr. Kate Truitt, clinical psychologist, applied neuroscientist, and internationally recognized expert in the fields of stress, trauma, and resilience in this exciting workshop to learn how to harness your brain’s natural ability to heal with the power of the self-havening touch and the CPR for the Amygdala protocol.
- Attendees will develop insight into the underlying neurobiological impact of stress and/or trauma on brain functioning.
- Attendees will learn 2 impacts of living in a state of ongoing stress, emotional activation, or trauma on brain functioning.
- Attendees will learn how to apply one Self-Havening based protocol for personal use in their day-to-day life
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Dr. Kate TruittCARES Facilitator
Dr. Kate Truitt is a licensed clinical psychologist, applied neuroscientist, and holds a M.B.A. in Healthcare Administration. She speaks internationally on topics related to the neuroscience of trauma, stress, and resilience. She is honored to be one of the developers of the Havening Techniques and is the author of Healing in Your Hands: Self-Havening Exercises to Harness Neuroplasticity, Heal Traumatic Stress, and Build Resilience. Dr. Kate resides in Los Angeles, CA where she is honored to lead the expert team of world-class clinicians at Dr. Kate Truitt & Associates and the Trauma Counseling Center as well as serve as CEO for the Amy Research Foundation. She has dedicated her life to empowering healing and wellness through the integration of neuroscience into clinical care and self-healing practices.