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Trauma & The Pelvic Floor

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  • Introduction
  • Slides
  • Introduction to Lisa Aldworth
  • Advice on Working with Trauma
  • Criteria for PTSD
  • Childhood Sexual Abuse Definition
  • Canadian Statistics
  • PTSD & The Brain
  • Impact of Childhood Abuse
  • The Effects of Abuse on Personality and Trust
  • Feedback
  • Section 2
  • Survivor Profile: Part 1
  • Survivor Profile: Part 2
  • How to Recognize a Survivor
  • Recognizing Survivors as a Healthcare Professionals
  • Behavioral & Emotional Signs of a Survivor
  • Dissociation
  • Physical Signs
  • Self Soothing & Self Harm
  • Feedback
  • Section 3
  • Trauma Lens
  • Understanding Triggers
  • Reaction to Triggers
  • Creating a Survivor Friendly Office
  • Responding to a Triggered Patient
  • When to Refer to Therapy
  • The Value of Therapy
  • Feedback
  • Section 4
  • Grounding Techniques
  • Coping with Anxiety
  • Canadian Birth Statistics, Part 1
  • Canadian Birth Statistics, Part 2
  • Trauma as a Subjective Experience
  • Feedback
  • Section 5
  • Post Natal PTSD
  • Fear & Birthing
  • Post Partum Depression and PTSD Symptoms
  • Birth Trauma & Characteristics
  • Clinical Implications
  • Causes of Birth Trauma: Group Discussion
  • Feedback
  • Section 6
  • Physical Harm
  • Psychological Harm
  • Recognizing Birth Trauma
  • Trauma & Loved Ones
  • Understanding People with PTSD
  • Disclosure of Birth Trauma
  • Fear of Recurrence
  • Feedback
  • Part 7
  • Healing & Therapy
  • Compassion Stress & Trauma
  • Triggered by your Client
  • Supporting Your Staff
  • Feedback
  • Resources
  • Beck's Depression Inventory
  • Alpha Self Report for Women
  • Trauma Screening Questionnaire
  • Birth Trauma Questionnaire
  • Self-Assessment of Maternal Distress After a Difficult Birth
  • Childhood Sexual Abuse (CSA) Trauma Checklist
  • Article: Mothering as a Rape Survivor
  • The Therapeutic Relationship As The Foundation for Treatment with Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse
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