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THE INVERSE EFFECTS OF EARLY LIFE TRAUMA AND MINDFULNESS-BASED PRACTICES ON BRAIN DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION

  • 3 Jun 2020
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • zoom

THE INVERSE EFFECTS OF EARLY LIFE TRAUMA AND MINDFULNESS-BASED PRACTICES ON BRAIN DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION

June 03, 2020
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Please join us for this not to be missed Zoom event! Only $5 for Students and $20 for Maine OT members!

Register now at nhota.org

Presenter: Lynn Stoller, OT, MS, OTR, C-IAYT, RYT 500/E-RYT 200, President of Sensory-Enhanced Yoga Institute Presenter: Erin O’Neill, OT, OTD, RYT-200

Presenter: Megan Hennessey, M.Ed., RYT-200

 Goals/objectives:

  1. What PTSD is and how it affects sensory processing and brain function, with a particular focus on children
  2. Why yoga is considered one of the best adjunct treatments for PTSD
  3. How the Transdisciplinary Model for Post-Traumatic Growth can powerfully guide the intervention process when working with children who are experiencing the effects of trauma, anxiety, and related mental health condition

Joan Kurr  OT 

NHOTA Children and Youth SIS Chair



MeOTA

 

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