Therapists and clinicians are always experiencing a secondary impact when working with clients who have experienced or are experiencing trauma, crisis, or challenge. A big statement, we know, but it’s true.
We can’t avoid being impacted and it has a lot to do with the brain’s mirror neuron system.
When we’re in the midst of listening or playing through the trauma with the child, we’re tracking our client’s non-verbal cues. And as we’re tracking our client’s non-verbal cues, their non-verbal cues are giving us insight into what is happening within them.
THIS puts us directly IN the experience with our clients. We’ll experience the fear together, the anxiety together, the sadness together, the overwhelm together – Whatever is going on, we’ll experience it together including the trauma.
That’s why we would love to have you join us for this FREE 1-hour webinar to help you navigate the secondary traumatization that can often come along with this profession that we love!
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