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Neurobiology of Trauma

Neurobiology of Trauma as it relates to Domestic Violence

Friday, September 13, 2019 | 9 AM to 2 PM

Lynnwood Convention Center | 3711 – 196th St SW, Lynnwood WA 98036


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There will be no walk-in registrations or tickets at the door.

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Join us for a training by Dr. Christopher Wilson, Psy. D. that dives into how trauma affects the brain, what that means for survivors, and what compassion fatigue looks like in the social services industry.

Dr. Christopher Wilson, Psy. D. is a licensed psychologist from Portland, Oregon. For the past 20 years he’s worked with victims and survivors of trauma. He currently runs Being Trauma Informed (BTI), an organization dedicated to making the science of trauma accessible and practical. Prior to starting BTI, Dr. Wilson had a private practice conducting evaluations and psychotherapy, while also providing training with a focus on domestic violence and sexual assault.


Questions? Please contact Gina Loh at gina@dvs-snoco.org.


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