(PLEASE NOTE: DATES HAVE BEEN MOVED TO APRIL 28,29,30, 2021 TO GIVE MORE TIME TO BE COVID-SAFE) Have you ever wondered what to do about trauma other than asking about ACEs? Join us in beautiful Banff Alberta for three days of fun and practical learning for this highly rated, tool-filled workshop. See how understanding the neurobiology of trauma can help us develop improved medical care for trauma survivors (high ACE scores), and enhance our ability to navigate difficult or draining patient encounters. Learn how to differentiate the psychosis of complex trauma from schizophrenia. Practice fun point-of-care neurobiologically-based tools to enhance clinical acumen, patient engagement, and resiliency, that can also decrease the chance of medical-legal issues during difficult encounters. Understand why CBT often fails survivors of severe complex trauma with high ACE scores, and learn what treatment approaches do help and why. Practice techniques for working more effectively with the suicidal or distraught patient in the office or emergency room. Learn a practical framework for understanding the bases of the ACEs, and the versatile Triple S framework (Cheng, in print) for Trauma-informed Living (Cheng 2019), so that your advocacy for survivors is better directed towards healing past the cycle of trauma, in your practice and in community. Registration is limited to to ensure low participant/instructor ratio, with opportunity for an interactive experience. Cancellation Policy: Cancellations from March 1, 2020 and Nov 1, 2020, a $100 administration fee will be retained (ie non-refundable). Cancellations after Nov 1, 2020, a $600 administration fee will be retained (i.e. non-refundable).