FREE LIVE WEBINAR: Self-Care in Uncertain Times
Description: Dr. Louise Gaston, Ph.D. psychologist, and the director TRAUMATYS will be presenting “Self-Care in Uncertain Times”.
Webinar talking points:
– As life changes, we change
– Drop expectations – Reposition inwardly
– Embrace reality as it is
– Fight, Flight, Freeze – re-Flect (flexion)
– Survival mode in moderation
Time: May 7, 2020 1:00 pm CST
The live webinar is FREE to everyone. Feel free to share with your friends and colleagues!
The recorded webinar will be available for members on stress.org. Non-members, can purchase the recorded webinar for $29.95.
TRAUMATYS founder and director
After her Ph.D. from University of Montreal, Dr. Louise Gaston completed a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California in San Francisco (UCSF) with Dr. Mardi Horowitz, author of Stress Response Syndrome. At UCSF, Dr. Gaston acquired an expertise in both PTSD and psychotherapy research. Subsequently, Dr. Gaston was recruited to become an assistant professor by the Department of Psychiatry at McGill University, where she conducted clinical studies for many years. As a researcher, Dr. Gaston collaborated with many colleagues in diverse settings, including at Stanford University. She carried out clinical trials. Her main research topic was the alliance in psychotherapy and its interaction with techniques, as they contribute to better outcomes . She has developed the California Psychotherapy Alliance Scale, CALPAS, an alliance measure which is used as one of the standard in clinical research.