Live Webcasts

Live Webcasts

Not able to join us in DC for the conference? No problem! We’re making the following popular workshops available via live webcast so you can stream them from wherever is convenient for you.

 

Workshop 201/301: The Body Keeps the Score: When Talk Isn’t Enough
Bessel van der Kolk
Friday, March 24, 11am-5pm EASTERN

The last 20 years have provided us with great advances in understanding the impact of trauma on developing brains and how it interferes with the capacity to concentrate and filter out irrelevant information. In this workshop, you’ll review the latest research and interventions on how bottom-up processes (involving touch, movement, and breathing) as well as top-down processes (using mindfulness and interoception) can help traumatized children and adults regulate their arousal and regain mastery over their lives.
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Workshop 203/303: Neuroscience in the Consulting Room: Enhancing the Impact of Couples Therapy
Daniel Siegel and Susan Johnson
Friday, March 24, 11am-5pm EASTERN

Understanding the neurobiology of the brain not only explains how change happens, it also translates into more effective psychotherapy. In this dynamic workshop, a psychotherapist and a neuropsychiatrist offer a dialogue demonstrating the relevance of neuroscience to the process of repairing couples’ relationships. Together, the presenters will review recorded couples therapy sessions to explore how neurobiological insights can inform and help shape a therapist’s moment-by-moment decision-making.
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Cultivating Imagination in the Consulting Room
Bessel van der Kolk
Friday, March 24, 1:15pm-2:15pm EASTERN

Perhaps no one in our field has brought so much clinical curiosity, iconoclastic spirit, and sheer chutzpah to the treatment of trauma as Bessel van der Kolk. His pioneering approach, once considered radical—if not scandalous—has become widely adopted, making van der Kolk one of the world’s most eminent trauma experts. In his address, van der Kolk will explore the therapeutic importance of revitalizing and energizing clients by borrowing tools from the creative arts and somatic approaches to bring people more fully into the present moment, allowing them to embrace their lives in new ways.
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The State of Our Art
Bessel van der Kolk and Daniel Siegel
Saturday, March 25, 11am-1pm EASTERN

On the occasion of the Symposium’s 40th anniversary, two of the most influential figures in our field reflect on the most important advances of the past four decades as well as the prospects for improving our therapeutic effectiveness in the future, with a special emphasis on the scientific and technical innovations.
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Workshop 601: The Art and Science of Presence: Applications for the Consulting Room
Daniel Siegel
Sunday, March 26, 10am-1pm EASTERN

It seems that human consciousness—dominated by the automatic survival instincts of our Stone Age ancestors—must now evolve very quickly if we wish to meet the many social and ecological challenges we face on this precious planet. What role, if any, can therapists play in shaping the emergence of this new consciousness? This workshop will focus on how findings in a range of disciplines—neuroscience, quantum physics, attachment theory, and the emerging science of presence—can be applied in everyday therapeutic practice.
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