Sarasota Clinicians to Learn Rapid Treatment for Trauma, PTSD, Anxiety

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Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) is an evidence-based psychotherapy that treats PTSD, trauma, anxiety, phobias and other mental health conditions. The therapy is ideally suited for the COVID-19 era, as millions of people deal with the trauma and anxiety of their own illness, the grief of losing a loved one or the anxiety associated with losing a job. ART provides effective relief from the strong physical and emotional reactions associated with PTSD in an average of four sessions. ART has been used extensively to help veterans, first responders and civilians grappling with trauma. 

ART International is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access and awareness of this life-changing therapy – and is committed to increasing the number of clinicians certified in this treatment. More than 200 ART trainings are planned for 2021. ART International's clinicians have been working to care for the mental health of healthcare workers, first responders and lay people affected by the COVID-19 virus. Since ART offers fast and effective relief from the symptoms of trauma and anxiety, it is a well-suited treatment in hospital settings. Licensed clinicians, including psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, marriage and family therapists and mental health counselors are eligible to participate in the training. Therapists who complete the session will earn 21.5 CEUs and are immediately certified to use ART in their practice.

For more information on ART International’s upcoming training sessions, or to sign up for a session, individuals can visit artherapyinternational.org

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