Why do some of our greatest leaders come from traumatic beginnings? How does our role as clinicians allow us to facilitate growth from suffering to incredible possibility? Join Dr. Julie Lopez as she shares about the the ways we can help our clients tap into their bodies’ invisible wisdom and build resiliency from trauma. Participants will learn about:
- the 3 main reframes of trauma work
- the 5 components of trauma resilience
- adaptive memory networks
- implicit memory
- trauma resolution
Attendees are eligible to earn 3 CEUs. Connect with fellow clinicians while enhancing your ability to provide trauma-informed care to your clients in the medical field.
This event is co-sponsored by The Refuge: A Healing Place.
About the Presenter
Her clinical specialty is working with implicit memory (hidden, cellular memories) by utilizing advanced brain-based therapies, including EMDR, Brainspotting, and Neurofeedback. After beginning her career as a systems engineer, she quickly gained an interest in viewing the human body as a system – specifically how humans store and deal with trauma in the body and the compulsions often developed to cope and adapt to trauma.
Over the years, Dr. Julie has been cited as a trauma and addictions expert and has been featured on Associated Press, Fox News, Telemundo and a host of other print and broadcast publications. Additionally, she served as adjunct faculty for The Catholic University of America’s graduate social work program for nearly a decade.
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Date And Time
Fri, November 22, 2019
9:00 AM – 12:15 PM EST
Busboys and Poets
2021 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20009