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The Body Keeps the Score with Bessel van der Kolk - Seminar & Evening Talk

September 22, 2016 at 4:09 PM

The Body Keeps the Score with Bessel van der Kolk - Seminar & Evening talk - Auckland - 21 Nov 2016

*From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse*

When: Monday 21 November 2016

Seminar, 9am-4pm
Evening talk, 7-9pm

Where: AF 114, AUT North Shore Campus, 90 Akoranga Drive, Northcote, Auckland

Organised by Violence and Trauma Studies, School of Public Health & Psychological Studies, AUT.

Cost: Seminar - $280 (waged), $140 (students or unwaged with ID); Evening talk - $35.Register now

For more information email: hyadmin@aut.ac.nz

You are invited to two events at AUT featuring world-renowned trauma specialist Bessel van der Kolk. Besssel will be presenting a day-long seminar and a shorter evening talk.

The Body Keeps the Score

Recent developments in therapeutic modalities for the treatment of trauma, with an emphasis on current findings from neurobiology.

Trauma keeps being replayed inside the theatre of the body. Awareness of physical sensations forms the very foundation of human consciousness. Recovery from trauma involves learning how to restore a sense of visceral safety and reclaiming a loving relationship with ones's self. Body centred therapeutic approaches help people come into the present moment and shift out of fear, numbing and hyperarousal. This allows them to resolve tramatic memories, promote mastery over the post-traumatic legacy of constriction, disconnection, and loss, and reclaim authority over their lives.

Speaker bio

Bessel van der Kolk, MD, is a clinical psychiatrist and a professor of psychiatry at Boston Unversity Scholl of Medicine. His work integrates mind, brain, body, and social connections to understand and treat trauma. Read more in the flyer.

Download the flyer (PDF, 797 KB)

More information about Bessel van der Kolk

For more information about the seminar or evening talk contact: hyadmin@aut.ac.nz



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