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Grounding the heart, mind, and body: Helping dysregulated clients ground themselves and regain a sense of self-control and self-efficacy

heart mind and body symbols grounding dysregulated clients

Discover cutting-edge strategies to help clients regain self-control and self-efficacy in this essential webinar. Drawing from recent neurological research and proven stress reduction methods, you’ll learn practical tools to assist dysregulated clients in grounding themselves effectively. This training is invaluable for front-line workers dealing with a wide range of clients, from first-time service users to those with severe and persistent mental health issues. Elevate your practice and make a lasting impact on your clients’ well-being by:

  • Gaining insights into the brain’s defense mechanisms and their impact on client behavior
  • Learning tailored grounding techniques for various client needs and situations
  • Enhancing your ability to help clients achieve physical, emotional, and mental stability

This comprehensive webinar training will equip you with the knowledge and tools to effectively support dysregulated clients, ultimately improving your therapeutic outcomes and client satisfaction. Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the interplay between the brainstem, limbic system, and pre-frontal cortex.
  • Explore the neurological basis of “fight or flight” responses and cognitive distortions.
  • Master grounding techniques specific to each brain system.
  • Learn to guide clients back into their “window of tolerance.”
  • Develop skills to help traumatized clients transition from the “there and then” to the “here and now.”