Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
With an Emphasis on Sexual PTSD
Dr. Prof. K. Elan Jung
Dr. Prof. K. Elan Jung and Claudia Forest, LCSW, will join Dr. Stephen Larsen, in discussing the anatomy and physiology of the stress response, first to understand, and then how to help ameliorate the stress response, using proven and evidence-based techniques. Dr. Jung is the author of Sexual Trauma: A Challenge, Not Insanity
, published by the Hudson Press (2011). Dr. Jung is also Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, and Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Claudia Forest will lead an experiential session utilizing the Tension/Trauma Release Exercise (TRE®) process. Claudia’s background is in mind-body disciplines, with a B.A. in Holistic Health, and an M.A. in Dance and Movement. She was a massage therapist for 10 years before opening The Forest Studio where she teaches yoga and Pilates. In addition to being a licensed social worker, Claudia is a Level II TRE® Practitioner with a private practice in New Paltz. She works with individuals and groups to address chronic stress and resolve current and historical trauma.
Click here for more information on TRE: Tension & Trauma Release Exercise [pdf format]
Dr. Stephen Larsen will discuss cases where Neurofeedback, and the emerging technology of a hands-on technique called Havening, have helped people suffering from serious cases of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Our bi-monthly Open House at Stone Mountain Center offers an opportunity for prospective clients, the families of those already in treatment, or other health care professionals, to meet Dr. Stephen Larsen visit our Center and learn more about our biofeedback, neurofeedback and counseling services. Following each Open House theme presentation, there is time for question & answer and light refreshments are served.
This event is free.
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