Trauma and Nutrition: The FST Nutrition Technique
Date: Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Time: 1:00-2:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time
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Despite the advances of nutritional therapy over the last 30 years, there is often limited to no inclusion of nutrition as part of the trauma treatment for children and families with PTSD. Diet and nutrition can be a powerful tool to influence change in both the body and brain of a child and/or family member experiencing trauma—but it is rarely used.
In this webinar, participants will learn:
- The top 3 reasons why Nutrition is Not Typically Part of Trauma Treatment and why medicated brain change is often tried first before trying a nutritional brain change approach in traumatized children and their families.
- How the latest research around neuroplasticity, nutrition, and the traumatized provide hope to both our clients and for trauma treatment.
- How the Family Systems Trauma model developed a three step strategy to guide the trauma specialist in how to introduce and execute the FST Nutritional Technique: (1) Why Nutrition and Trauma Introduction (2) a Nutritional Self-Assessment and (3) A Nutritional Contract if Needed.
Q & A with the instructor is encouraged.
CE credit is not available for this free webinar. The video will be available on-demand for ten days to registered participants.
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