LOCATION: EXHIBIT HALL
• Enjoy coffee and Danish.
• Get your free tote bag.
• Start filling out our GoTo Card (inside your tote bag) for great prizes. Click here for more information.
• Stay for the live feed of the keynote.
• Free Wireless Internet in the Cafe.
LOCATION: EXHIBIT HALL
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• Free Wireless in the Cafe
MORNING ONLY • 11 AM – 1 PM
LOCATION: HAMPTON ROOM
Advances and Challenges in Trauma Treatment Today
Donald Meichenbaum, Mary Jo Barrett, John Briere, Janina Fisher • Friday Morning
This Forum will offer fresh perspectives on how our basic understanding of trauma has developed since PTSD first became accepted as official diagnosis 30 years ago. Continue reading
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Tagged Anxiety Depression and Trauma, Deany Laliotis, Donald Meichenbaum, Flash Forums, Janina Fisher, John Briere, Mary Jo Barrett, New, Open Workshop, Open Workshop Friday Morning Only, Top Workshops, Trauma
Anna Deavere Smith • Friday Morning
LOCATION: DIPLOMAT ROOM
Both therapists and actors depend on using focused attention and empathy to take in the complexity and nuance of human experience. In this workshop, you’ll learn to take in the personalities and painful stories of others without losing yourself. Continue reading
Aureen Wagner • Friday Morning
LOCATION: SUITE 225E
Anxiety is the most commonly diagnosed mental health problem in children and teens. Yet, although cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has been shown to help as many as 80 percent of these patients, it often goes unused with this population. Continue reading
William Doherty • Friday Morning
LOCATION: SENATE ROOM
In psychotherapy, as in dancing, pacing and leading are the most important factors of success. The pacing sets the rhythm for connection and safety that allows the therapist to begin to lead the client through more challenging steps towards change. Continue reading
Leslie Korn • Friday Morning
LOCATION: CAPITOL ROOM
If we are what we eat, then beyond the mind-body connection there’s also a food-mind-body connection. This workshop will explore the latest nutritional research to inform psychotherapeutic practice Continue reading
Michele Weiner-Davis • Friday Morning
LOCATION: CONGRESSIONAL ROOM
If you work with couples, you’re probably no stranger to the clinical challenge of helping partners heal from infidelity. Using vivid video examples, this workshop will provide a comprehensive roadmap of the difficult territory ahead,
Steven Stosny • Friday Morning
LOCATION: SuITE 215E
It’s a pervasive myth that insight alone will magically transform deeply settled habits of mind and behavior. In fact, therapy that’s focused on emotional exploration and vibrant catharsis can often make the client’s problems worse. Continue reading
Martha Straus • Friday MorninG
LOCATION: SUITE 368W
For troubled girls lost in a world of neglectful adults, it’s crucial for therapists to actively provide the adult moral compass these confused and often isolated young people need as they develop a sense of adult responsibility and direction.
Terry Real • Friday Morning
LOCATION: ROBERTS PDR ROOM
We’ve all met troubled men who are irresponsible, oppressive, or emotionally absent. Treating them requires a range of strategies. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to identify and develop different approaches for working with men
Brad Sachs • Friday Morning
LOCATION: SUITE 400E
Individual and family therapists increasingly find themselves working with young adults who appear to be developmentally marooned, still dependent on their parents, and unable to take the necessary steps toward adult self-reliance.
Patrick Dougherty • Friday Morning
LOCATION: SUITE 315E
It’s becoming increasingly clear that the range of issues men bring into our offices—such as shame, rage, passive dependency, control and communication issues, and narcissism—often stem from trauma. Continue reading