Learn about the different categories of trauma as addressed in the SE model. Learn the primary characteristics and hallmarks of each category of trauma, as well as specific approaches and interventions for working with each category effectively.
Typically consists of three 4-day live training modules, spaced 2 to 4 months apart.
- Global High Intensity Activation (GHIA): pre- and peri-natal trauma, early trauma, anesthesia, suffocation, choking, drowning
- High Impact/Failure of Physical Defense: falls, traumatic brain injury, motor vehicle accidents, and other high-impact accidents
- Inescapable Attack: assault, animal attack, rape or sexual abuse, inhibited escape
- Physical Injury: surgery, poison, burns, physical injury due to accident
- Natural and Man-Made Disasters, Horror: natural disasters (e.g. earthquake, fires, etc.), war, terrorism, torture, ritual abuse, horror (e.g. witnessing abuse, causing harm to another)
- Emotional Trauma: severe neglect, severe loss, ongoing abuse