The Impact of Trauma
Exploring the Attachment & Trauma Spectrum
Featuring Dan Sartor, Ph.D., M.B.A., LCPC, NCC, ACS
Friday, March 25, 2022
The Lodge at Eagle Ranch
About The Workshop
Learn from the Latest Research
Recent advances from studies on trauma, attachment, and neuroscience have converged to offer helpful insights for the process of healing and recovery from trauma, chronic stress, and dysfunctional relationships. This workshop draws on the emerging findings from Interpersonal Neurobiology, Attachment Theory, and traumatology to establish a holistic perspective for healthy psychological functioning. Attendees will acquire an integrative framework for social, emotional, and spiritual problems, with an emphasis on understanding the dynamics of trauma and complex trauma. Learn how complex trauma provides an effective lens for understanding and working with some of the most challenging clients in mental health and ministry settings, as well as the foundational principles for working effectively with these individuals and their families.
6 CEU hours for LPCs, LCSWs, and LMFTs (applied for with LPCA-GA, NASW-GA, GAMFT)
Who Should Attend?
Marriage and Family Therapists, Clinical Mental Health Counselors, Psychologists, School Counselors, Clinical Social Workers, Pastoral Counselors, Individuals Working with Children and Families, and Graduate Students in these fields.
What Will I Learn?
This 6-hour CEU workshop will include activities and built-in breaks to keep you engaged and help you:
- Describe biopsychosocial dimensions of health according to Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) and Attachment Theory
- Identify five characteristics of health and adaptive resilience according to IPNB
- Define the four styles of attachment according to Attachment Theory: Secure, Preoccupied, Dismissive, and Disorganized
- Recognize the disruption to health often caused by neglect, extreme stress, complex loss/grief, and interpersonal trauma
- Apply Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders – 5 (DSM-5) International Classification of Disease-10 (ICD-10) frameworks for Posttraumatic Disorders
- Describe the impact of trauma on an individual’s spirituality and world-view
- Identify six areas of disturbance caused by interpersonal trauma according to the literature on complex trauma (Disorders of Extreme Stress Not Otherwise Specified; DESNOS)
For questions concerning registration, please contact: Krista Martin, CEU Coordinator, at CEU@eagleranch.org
About The Presenter
Dr. Dan Sartor is the Clinical Director of The Wings Center at Eagle Ranch, Inc. He is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist (GA & IL) and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (IL). He holds national board certification as a counselor (NBCC) and as a clinical supervisor (ACS).
Dan has garnered over 25 years of experience in mental health care as a generalist in clinical psychology, addressing issues of depression, anxiety, grief, and relational difficulties. Dan’s clinical specialties include trauma and complex trauma recovery, sexuality issues, addiction recovery, marital therapy, and the integration of Christian faith with clinical practice. His mission is to facilitate personal renewal, relational restoration, and spiritual vitality through counseling, teaching, writing, and personal encounters in the lives of individuals, families, and communities.
“I am excited and energized to be building the program at The Wings Center and looking forward to meeting and working with fellow professionals in our community. This CEU workshop will bring fresh perspective and insight around attachment theory and traumatology, as well as provide practical application for therapeutic professionals working with clients.”
– Dr. Dan Sartor
- Session 1: A Standard of Health: Attachment Theory and Interpersonal Neurobiology (1.5 hours)
- Session 2: Disrupting the Trajectory of Health: The Impact of Trauma and Insecure Attachment (1.5 hours)
- Session 3: Post-Traumatic Stress: The DSM-5 and ICD-10 (1 hour)
- Session 4: Complex Trauma: Signs and Symptoms (1 hour)
- Session 5: Complex Trauma: Signs and Symptoms (1 hour)