It has been some time since I have written a blog, here. There have been so many places where energies have needed to be expended, so I have not been able to write, but I will return. Before I share this post from Christine Page, MD, through NICABM (National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine), I wanted to send a shout out and thank you to a fellow blogger, thoughtof VG, who nominated me for a Very Inspiring Blogger Award. I encourage you to check out his blog at http://thoughtofVG.wordpress.com He writes thoughtful and contemplative poems, is a man of many languages, and is wonderfully encouraging in his transparency.
Christine Page, MD is someone I admire, I study with as often as I can, and who through her teachings has helped me on my journey. I first studied with Christine at a NICABM conference probably almost 10 yrs ago. NICABM no longer has conferences per se, but continues to provide quality teleconferences, which I highly recommend. Hope you find Christine’s “report” helpful. Click on the link below, give them your e-mail address, and they will send her report.
- National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM) Releases Guided Imagery for PTSD Video (prweb.com)
- National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM) Releases New Trauma Therapy Online Training Program (prweb.com)
- How Trauma Affects a Childs Brain (tricitypsychology.com)