Treating Addiction and Trauma with Acupuncture and Somatic Therapy

Location: AOMA Graduate School Classroom E2, 4701 West Gate Blvd Austin, TX 78745

From: March 5, 2016 at 9:00am to: Sunday, March 6, 2016 at 6:00pm


This hands-on seminar includes lectures and exercises, which incorporate Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture & Somatic therapy into the treatment of addiction and trauma. Students will learn of the various triggers and rituals of addiction, as well as the antidotes to prevent relapse. A guided exploration of how trauma & addictions affect feelings, emotions and relationships in all areas of life will help the student gain a deeper understanding of the complicated mechanisms involved.  Students will also learn how to create healthy boundaries to improve relationships and how to best support patients dealing with addiction.  The class structure utilizes group activities as well as individual work and teaches the use of simple & effective tools to calm stress and anxiety to aid patients during their recovery process. 

This illuminating and educational seminar is fully accredited by NCCAOM for a total of 16 continuing education credits.  We are happy to offer this class to professionals and current students alike.  Current students of an accredited institution are eligible for a discounted rate.  

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