Treating Survivors of Cultural Cleansing: Holocaust&Genocide
- 3 hours on-demand video
- 5 articles
- 1 downloadable resource
- Full lifetime access
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- Certificate of Completion
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- This course will guide you in further understanding the trauma experienced by the men, women, and children who lived through the Holocaust, the subsequent impact that trauma has had on their quality of life, and embrace principles that build resiliency to achieve sustainable resolve.
- This is a discussion of the elements of trauma informed care and supporting materials on the nature of how trauma/adversity can impact life and health throughout the lifespan.
Presenter: Dr. Roderick Logan, DPTh, CCTS, CFTP, FFTT
During this training we will seek to further understand the trauma experienced by the men, women, and children who lived through cultural cleansing (i.e. Holocaust & Genocide). We will take a glimpse at the subsequent impact that trauma has had on the quality of life for the men and women who lived after the liberation of the ghettos and camps; as well as come to appreciate the significance that trauma continues to wreak on the children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren born to those who lived through the trauma of the Holocaust.
This information will be relevant and most helpful for caregivers of survivors as well as the many counselors, therapists, social workers, medical professionals, and advocates for healing and justice. Of course, let us not overlook the children and grandchildren of those who lived through the catastrophe.
1. Understand the neurological and biological impact the Holocaust had on the men and women who experienced, were exposed to, and who lived through its horrors
2. Gain an awareness that the neurological and biological consequences of the Holocaust are still active in next generation people
3. Elevate compassion; expand tolerance and embrace principles that will serve to build resiliency and achieve a sustainable resolve
This course is not available for NBCC credit.
- Mental health, teachers, probation, courts, child-protective agencies, foster parents, clergy