Neurobiology for Mental Health Professionals
Start Date: September 11, 2017.
End Date: October 22, 2017.
A 6-week, self-paced course. Allow about 3 hours per week. You can log on anytime. You must participate in the weekly discussion and complete any weekly quizzes.
13 CE hours; NBCC approved.
This course is focused on how the human nervous system reacts to external stimuli and how the stimuli are perceived. The perception of emotional events in our lives may lead to maladaptive behavior and trauma. The course explores the anatomy and physiology of the human nervous system to help us understand behavior caused by traumatic experiences. It will provide therapists with better insight into the root of such behavior. The course will present the association between language, memory, and emotion with experiences that lead to PTSD, as well as other psychological disorders.
To explore the anatomy and physiology of the human nervous system as it relates to trauma.
Via IATP’s learning platform through Sycamore.
Log In Access:
Will be provided a day or two before the September 11, 2017 start date.
Cindi Labadie: firstname.lastname@example.org (TIP: Use of an institutional email address may subject you to firewalls, please check your SPAM folder. Better still, use a direct email address).
Log on anytime. You will be in a section of no more than 12 participants facilitated by an IATP faculty member. Participation in the online weekly discussion and a weekly quiz is required.