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Parent Training on Dealing with Aggressive Trauma Behaviors with Therapist Eva Gonzales, LMFT
August 16, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
- Understand the neurophysiology behind aggressive trauma behaviors.
- Understand caregiver affect management and how intentional wellness affects both caregiver and youth.
- Learn proactive and reactive strategies regarding aggressive trauma behaviors.
- Identify levels of aggression and appropriate interventions to apply at each level.
- Learn strategies to help youth recover from engaging in aggressive trauma behaviors and repair relationships that may have been collaterally damaged.
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Do you need a certificate for training credit for your continuing resource parent annual renewal? Please email complete the training evaluation to request a certificate via email.
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Eva Gonzaels is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over a decade of clinical experience. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at University of California Davis and her Master of Arts in Counseling at Argosy University. Eva has had experience working with all ages in multiple locations: adult individual and couple work in office, school based therapy in order to help students better access their education, therapy with juvenile offenders incarcerated and in their homes with their families, and behavioral therapy with children in the community. Eva has spent much of her career in community mental health, focusing on youth aged 4-21 and their families in a variety of different modalities, such as play therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), EMDR, Nuerofeedback, systemic therapy, Functional Family Therapy (FFT), Trauma Drama, and Attachment Self Regulation and Competency (ARC). Most of this work was focused on supporting resiliency in the face of complex and ongoing trauma.
Although Eva has extensive training in Evidence Based Practices and using the data to direct treatment, she is willing to apply whatever therapeutic tool will help the client in front of her.
Eva enjoys playing with her two sons and yellow lab, writing music, singing, playing guitar, dancing, working out, and talking shop and going on adventures with her husband.