Treating trauma during COVID-19: Treatment considerations amid social distancing

Presented by Chad Wetterneck, PhD, and M.J. Kramer, MD, FAPA

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Learn how to make adjustments to adequately address patients with trauma or PTSD symptoms while being mindful of their unique needs, abilities, and self-care during social distancing. Additional time will be devoted to the assessment of psychological and medical components to determine treatment, evidence-based challenges to the delivery of remote therapy, using technology, the client's surroundings, and safely dealing with dissociation.

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