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1st Conference on Psychotraumatology at the Douglas Institute & 2nd International Conference on Reconsolidation Th

Trauma as a transdiagnostic issue

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1st Conference on Psychotraumatology at the Douglas Institute & 2nd International Conference on Reconsolidation Th
1st Conference on Psychotraumatology at the Douglas Institute & 2nd International Conference on Reconsolidation Th

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09 نوفمبر 2023، 7:00 م – 10 نوفمبر 2023، 7:00 م

Montréal, 6875 Bd LaSalle, Verdun, QC H4H 1R3, Canada

نبذة عن الحدث

Why are  there  so  few dedicated  trauma care clinics  in  psychiatry?  Could  it  be  because  trauma  is  a  transdiagnostic issue in psychiatry? If so, what should the policy of trauma-informed care be? Join us at the Douglas Institute this fall for a discussion!

Organized jointly with McGill University, the Douglas Mental Health University Institute and the non-profit RTIA (Reconsolidation   Therapy   International   Association),   this   conference   will   welcome   psychiatrists, researchers, clinicians, psychologists, psychiatric nurses, social workers, and anyone else interested in the issue of psychological trauma and its treatment.

This year’s conference theme is focused on trauma as a transdiagnostic issue. The meeting is intended as a forum for discussion and reflection on the multiple ways in which posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is treated in hospitals and private practice.

The event will also be an opportunity to raise awareness about new therapeutic approaches, including Method  Brunet  -  Reconsolidation  Therapy  (MBTR),  discovered  at  the  Douglas  Research  Center  by  Professor  Alain  Brunet's  team,  and  used  by  practitioners  working  with  various  clinical  populations  suffering from psychological trauma.

Register for the conference at www.reconsolidationtherapy.com

E-mail questions to conference@reconsolidationtherapy.com or call 514-761-6131 x2375

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