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November: Surviving Trauma with Dr. Moffatt:

INSTRUCTOR: Gregory K. Moffatt, Ph.D., LPC

CLASS: Surviving Trauma

4-week class: $30 November 1-30, 2009

Registration ends October 31, 2009

Class Description: Surviving Trauma

This workshop will address numerous case studies of individuals who have survived violent trauma including concentration camps in Germany, genocide in Rwanda, violent crime, spinal injury, childhood abuse, etc. The amazing survival stories are eclipsed by the fact that the subjects in Dr. Moffatt's study seemed to come through their various traumas with little side effects. The focus of the class will be on the characteristics of resiliency and the secrets of survival that these case studies bring into the open. The class will reflect the summation of five years of research and interviews that Dr. Moffatt conducted and will be printed in his forthcoming book on surviving trauma

Instructor Bio: Gregory K. Moffatt, Ph.D., LPC is a counselor, college professor, and public speaker. Dr. Moffatt has been in private clinical practice for nearly twenty years.

Dr. Moffatt has written, lectured and consulted in the area of violent behavior since 1993. For over a decade he has been a regular lecturer at the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia and he has consulted with Delta Airlines, U.S. Airways, Westinghouse Corporation, Johns Manville, law enforcement agencies, and numerous other businesses and schools. He has assisted law enforcement in the investigation of unsolved homicide cases and specializes in the assessment and prevention of homicidal and violent behavior. He served as an invited participant on the Atlanta Youth Homicide Initiative for Beverly Harvard, Chief of Police, Atlanta, Georgia in 1999. He currently is a regular consultant and profiler with the Atlanta Cold Case Squad.

Dr. Moffatt is the author of numerous books on aggression and violence. Blind-Sided: Homicide Where it is Least Expected (Praeger Publishing, 2000) and A Violent Heart (Praeger Publishing, 2002) both address violent behavior, the development of aggression, homicide, and homicidal profiling. His book entitled Wounded Innocents and Fallen Angels (Praeger Publishing, 2003) addresses child abuse, sexual abuse, child abduction and child neglect. It also addresses aggression committed by children - homicide, sexual assault, vandalism/arson, and paricide. A parenting book entitled A Parent's Journey: Parenting From Conception Through Adolescence (Praeger, 2003) is available. His two newest books are Hancuffed: A Friendship Of Endurance (Publish America, 2008) and Stone Cold Souls: History's Most Vicious Killers (Praeger, 2008).

For more information or to register, go to

www.WritersOnlineClasses.com OR email info@WritersOnlineClasses.com

Registration Deadline: October 31, 2009

WritersOnlineClasses.com Refund Policy: Cash Refunds only when requested within 30 days of initial payment. After 30 days, refund will be credit toward a future class.

WritersOnlineClasses.com accepts personal checks or money orders (US FUNDS ONLY!).

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5010 Cutler Ave NE Ste D-2 #185

Albuquerque, NM 87110-4099

INSTRUCTOR: Gregory K. Moffatt, Ph.D., LPC

CLASS: Surviving Trauma

4-week class: $30 November 1-30, 2009

Registration ends October 31, 2009

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