One of the benefits we offer to our RWS alumni is an ongoing free live training series called the RWS Clinician’s Corner. In this series we interview thought leaders on the latest research, products, tools and best practices for getting our clients exceptional results.
To give you a sampling, here is a recent interview with The Biology of Trauma™ expert Dr. Aimie Apigian where we dive deep into the difference between stress and trauma, and the very important and distinct ways we need to address these two clinically.
In this interview, you’ll learn:
-The difference between a stress state and a trauma state, how to know which state your client is in, and the different approach you need to take based on their state
-The physiological process of trauma, and why our work as Restorative Wellness Practitioners is so critical to the healing process
-The different causes of trauma
-How the trauma response is protective and actually supportive
-A completely different way to heal trauma
-And so, so much more…
Dr. Aimie’s work will shift your perspective of stress and trauma and give you new tools for your clinical work, facilitating subtle shifts in your approach that can make a profound difference in how you navigate the healing journey with your clients.
Want to be part of the live audience in upcoming interviews where you can ask your questions to these international experts directly? Learn more about studying with us and receive this benefit once you become an RWS alumni.
And, if you want to catch more Clinician’s Corner interviews, be sure to visit our YouTube channel.
Lastly, if you’d like to learn more about Dr Aimie’s work and use her resources for yourself and your clients, you can connect with her at any of the channels below:
Also, here are the links to the two programs she’s made available to you and your clients:
The Starting Place – A Weekend Retreat (January 2023)
21 Day Journey to Calm Aliveness (March 2023)