Anxiety, Trauma & Emotional Dysregulation: Behavioral Implications (Part 1)
A basic understanding of how stress, anxiety, trauma, and an individual’s unique method of emotional regulation impact behavior is imperative for best practices when working in the human service field.
This workshop provides introductory education on the neuroscience behind the human stress response, coping behaviors, and methods for increasing emotional resiliency while guiding the development of healthy emotional regulation skills in individuals of all ages. Psycho-education focuses on the basic physiology of the autonomic nervous system, identification of life stressors with significant impact on behavior, the manner in which this stress affects individuals differently, as well as diagnostic criteria for anxiety based disorders and trauma.
This is a two part session presentation.
This session has been approved for 1.50 hours at the LSW, LMSW & LCSW levels by the National Association of Social Workers- Idaho Chapter and may be applied toward continuing education requirements for social work license renewal.