Our growing understanding of intergenerational and collective trauma is challenging therapists’ standard treatment methods. Recognizing that some trauma can be inherited—or be shared by groups, communities, ethnicities, and nationalities—can open up new avenues of healing, especially for clients who otherwise seem hopelessly stuck. In this recording, you’ll learn to identify and process the subtle signs of intergenerational and collective trauma in your clients, and potentially yourself.
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|Manual - New Perspectives on Intergenerational and Collective Trauma (334.8 KB)||11 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Patrick Dougherty, MA, LP, is a psychologist in private practice with over 40 years of clinical experience. He has been studying Eastern philosophies and practices for over 25 years and integrating them into his clinical work. He served in the Marine Corps infantry in Vietnam and leads an international group working with the collective trauma of armed violence, genocide, and war and its impact of communities. He is the author of Qigong in Psychotherapy: You can Do So Much by Doing So Little and A Whole-Hearted Embrace: Finding Love at the Center of it all.
Financial: Patrick Dougherty maintains a private practice. Mr. Dougherty receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. He has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-Financial: Patrick Dougherty has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
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