TTOT - The Tao of Trauma: Strategies to Integrate the Five Elements and Neuroscience

women feeling sad or troubledIntegrating neurobiology's 5 Steps of the Self-Protective Response and the framework of Polyvagal Theory in the context of the Shen Cycle will illuminate diagnostic information and treatment room skills that will revolutionize your practice, your service to your patients, and your contribution to the healing of our world.
 

Our practices are filled with people with "strange, rare, and peculiar" symptoms that baffle western providers. Auto-immune illness, chronic pain, metabolic, sleep, and endocrine disturbance, depression and anxiety all have a tendril of connection to autonomic nervous system dysregulation from traumatic stress, known or unknown.
 

Using ancient principles of Chinese Medicine, Acupuncturists can facilitate whole-body coherence between yin and yang; balance and regulation in the Kidney/Heart axis and a smooth flow through the cycle of seasons and Elements. Integrating neurobiology's 5 Steps of the Self-Protective Response (hint: they mirror the 5 Elements!) and the framework of Polyvagal Theory in the context of the Shen Cycle will illuminate diagnostic information and treatment room skills that will revolutionize your practice, your service to your patients, and your contribution to the healing of our world.

Recommended Reading: The Tao of Trauma: A Practitioner's Guide for Integrating Five Element Theory and Trauma Treatment by Alaine Duncan, with Kathy Kain.

 Session Detail L2404.TTOT.1

Schedule: 14 PDAs, On campus, Room 211, April 27-28, 2024, Sat 9am-5:30pm, Sun 9am-5:30pm.
Only 11 days left to register!
Meeting Date Start Time End Time
Saturday, April 27, 2024 09:00am 05:30pm
Sunday, April 28, 2024 09:00am 05:30pm
Meeting Date Start Time End Time
Saturday, April 27, 2024 09:00am 05:30pm
Sunday, April 28, 2024 09:00am 05:30pm
Regular (on or after 3/28/24 : $375.00
Acupuncture Approval Number NCCAOM PDA-78-284

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Instructors (listed in order of appearance)

Name Additional Resources
Alaine Duncan

Facility Detail

Northwestern Health Sciences University
Room 211 (9 massage tables)
2501 W 84th St
Bloomington, MN 55431
Room 211 (9 massage tables)