411, 511 – Forward-Facing Trauma Therapy

A Therapy for the 21st Century
Parts 1 & 2
Eric Gentry

What if there was a simple, efficient, and effective way to treat clients’ traumatic stress that didn’t involve them revisiting the painful memories of the past? Forward-Facing Trauma Therapy (FFTT) is a method of trauma treatment that combines components of CBT and brain science to teach clients a disciplined practice of self-regulation that enables them to navigate the high-demand situations of their lives with a symptom-free body, maximal cognitive and motor functioning, and intentional instead of reactive behavior. In this workshop, you’ll explore:

  • The principles and process of traumagenesis—how painful past learning turns into unbearable symptoms in the present
  • How to implement the skills of interoception and self-regulation as primary tools for professional resilience
  • How to then teach these skills to your clients as primary treatment for all stress symptoms
  • How to apply FFTT as a tool for restarting and enhancing adult development in a way that’s useful with all clients

 

Continued with workshop 511

Eric Gentry, PhD, LMHC, is vice president of the International Association of Trauma Professionals. One of the original faculty members of the Traumatology Institute, he has a private clinical and consulting practice and is the coauthor of Trauma Practice: Tools for Stabilization and Recovery.

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