Fri, Jan 20|
CMHC Towson Group Room
Working with the Window of Tolerance
Vivian Morgan will do a professional development presentation on the topic of "The Window of Tolerance". This is open to all clinicians (CMHC and otherwise). This is open to all CMHC and CCC clinicians
Time & Location
Jan 20, 2023, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
CMHC Towson Group Room, 1012 Dulaney Valley Rd, Towson, MD 21204, USA
About the Event
Participants will take away the following information:
1. An understanding of the window of tolerance and how it operates as a protective feature to manage the threat response.
2. Characteristics (behaviors and features) that may be indicators of a client's history of trauma or of managing trauma
3. What a trigger represents and how to work with triggers in the counseling relationship
4. Use of body sensing to experience a greater sense of the emotional experience.
5. Use of the Breath to explore the somatic experience in more detail.
6. Use of Art as an avenue for greater expression and experience of the sensation of stress or systemic dysregulation.
Vivian Morgan has been working with children and families for over 25 years and is currently in private practice in Towson, MD. She works with children (school-age through young adulthood), parents, and adults helping them reach their full potential. She utilizes a cognitive-behavioral approach, mindfulness and trauma informed practices, and a family systems lens in her sessions, while also offering creative expressive strategies to assist understanding and resolving emotional and relational concerns. She has been utilizing Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) in her practice for over 7 years and has helped instruct, inform, and promote the use of EFT for emotional reactivity, stress, anxiety, and trauma. She is a board approved supervisor and enjoys sharing her knowledge with others in the form of supervision and trainings to new professionals in the field of psychotherapy.