How can we help trauma survivors feel safe?
Trauma can rip away a client’s sense of safety . . . and leave them with a nervous system that is primed to detect threats.
That’s why as practitioners, it’s so important that we have strategies to help build a client’s feeling of safety before we help them process traumatic memories.
Chris Willard, PsyD shares some specific questions, movements, and psychoeducation that can introduce self-compassion and help establish a sense of safety and security.
This vide came from the NICABM blog. You can learn more here: www.nicabm.com/blog?del=7.30.21YouTubeDescription
And for more strategies on the treatment of trauma: https://www.nicabm.com/trauma-courses/?del=7.30.21YouTubeDescription