recorded webinar

Trauma Treatment: Through a Dialectical Behavior Therapy Lens (Chapter 1-3)

Trauma Treatment: Through a DBT Lens
Co-occuring Disorders
Monday, May 09, 2022 2:00 pm
- 3:00 pm ET

Have you started trauma treatment or are considering starting? it can be the best decision you have ever made and also the most daunting.  

Those who struggle with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder are already suffering due to hypervigilance, inability to concentrate, interrupted sleep, nightmares, anxiety, depression, and more.  Treatment for PTSD is an excellent option when facing this debilitating disorder. However, many people are afraid of the negative emotions and experiences they may face when working through their trauma.  This is an understandable fear and can be supported and addressed early in treatment.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy was created for intense emotions and sensations, it translates well to the treatment of trauma and the fears that come up. This webinar teaches how you or your loved one can use DBT to help get through difficult stages of Trauma treatment or the fear of starting.

Presenter(s) Biography

Lara Effland, LICSW, CEDS

Lara Effland, LICSW, CEDS

Lara Effland, LICSW, CEDS-S, has been a member of ADAA for over 10 years. She has presented at the annual conference, joined Special Interest Groups, encouraged other colleagues to join, and attended the many amazing webinars and training courses. Lara finds ADAA to be a supportive and dependable resource for clinicians and providers. The presentations are excellent, they attract experts in the field, and ADAA also cares for and appreciates their members and community. She has met so many wonderful people, friends, and colleagues through ADAA.

Lara Effland is a licensed clinical social worker with over 15 years of clinical experience and 12 years of clinical supervision, training, and leadership experience. In 2021, she founded the Clinician Development Collective, a website dedicated to providing masterful clinician resources: clinical supervision, consultation, and foundational training.

Ms. Effland is a nationally recognized expert in the field of eating, mood, anxiety, and trauma related disorders. She has worked in multiple levels of care throughout the country with individuals who suffer from these conditions. Ms. Effland received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Oberlin College and her Master’s degree in Social Work from Loyola University of Chicago with a concentration in clinical practice. Her training and expertise focus primarily on cognitive, behavioral, and evidence-based interventions, such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders, Exposure and Response Prevention, Prolonged Exposure Therapy, and Mindfulness based interventions.

Ms. Effland nationally speaks and trains on the topics of eating, mood, anxiety, and traumatic stress disorders. She brings compassion, competence, and integrity to patient care and strives to ensure that all clinicians and clients receive the support they need to be their best selves.

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