Treating Trauma Fast with Accelerated Resolution Therapy

Thursday, November 30, 2017 | 1:00 PM ET, 12:00 PM CT
This program will last approximately 1 hour and is free.  There are no CE credits offered for this program.
Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) is the latest science in smooth pursuit eye movement therapies. In November of 2015, ART was officially recognized at the federal level by the National Registry of Evidence Based Programs and Practices (NREPP). Specifically, NREPP, which is part of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), found ART to be an effective psychotherapy for PTSD, depression, stress, and personal resilience. ART was also classified as a promising therapy for symptoms of phobia, panic, anxiety, sleep and wake disorders, disruptive and antisocial behaviors, general functioning and well-being.  ART has been used at Walter-Reed Medical Center, Ft. Belvoir and was chosen from a panel of 4 other evidence-based therapies as most efficacious by researchers and peer review at the University of Southern Florida working from a 2.1-million-dollar grant issued by the US Government to find an effective brief modality to treat the deleterious effects of trauma.
This webinar will delve into the elements of ART and how effective treatments can be realized in an average of 3 sessions and often as quickly as one session using Accelerated Resolution Therapy’s systemic protocol.
About the Speaker:
International Team of ART Instructors
Trained by some of the top professors and institutions in country, Wade spent his undergrad studying Business Management at Western International University, and Human Service Management at the University of Phoenix, AZ. His graduate years in Center City Minnesota were at the prestigious Hazelden Betty-Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies during the day, and at night, he moonlighted at Adler Graduate School for a second comprehensive education in Abnormal Psychology with a focus on trauma and abuse.  Wade completed his practicum work at HBFGSAS in Center City and then Project Turnabout located in Granite Falls Minnesota, both high intensity residential mental health & chemical dependency and gambling treatment centers.  Wade spent his first years in practice at the only homogeneous center in the world for Compulsive Gamblers, Vanguard at Project Turnabout. Wade gained a unique clinical perspective working with a population that has the highest mortality rate per-capita of all mental health disorders. After leaving Vanguard Wade went to public mental health in New Ulm Minnesota where he served as a co-morbid specialist in clinical practice serving a wide range of clients with a wide spectrum of psychopathy.