Product Detail

2017-2018 Certificate Program in Traumatic Stress Studies
Course - Online
$3,999.00 USD
$3,599.00 USD
Product Details
Format:
Online Course
Authors:
JANA PRESSLEY, PSY.D.
BESSEL A VAN DER KOLK, M.D.
MARGARET BLAUSTEIN, PHD
PATRICIA WILCOX
SANFORD, LYNN
LISA GOLDBLATT GRACE, MPH, MSW
DIYA KALLIVAYALIL, PH.D.
JOSEPH SPINAZZOLA, PHD
ELIZABETH HOPPER, PH.D.
JENNIFER LEFEBRE-MCGEVNA, PSY.D., RPT-S
ANNE WESTCOTT, LICSW
ELIZABETH WARNER, PSY.D.
DAVID EMERSON, E-RYT
ROBERT AIKIN, LICSW
FRANK G. ANDERSON, M.D.
FRANCES GROSSMAN, PH.D.
DEBORAH KORN
HENDERSON, MICHELE
Publisher:
The Trauma Center at JRI
Copyright:
10/23/2017
CE Available:
Yes, See CE credit tab for complete continuing education details
Product Code:
CRS001190
Objectives
[+] [-] 095869 - Course Introduction: Complexity of Adaptation to Trauma
  • Analyze and discriminate some distinctions among ordinary stress, traumatic stress, and complex traumatic stress.
  • Articulate the key markers of exposure to traumatic stress, including epidemiology and clinical course
  • Communicate the long-term consequences of exposure to traumatic stress

[+] [-] 095870 - Trauma Foundations: Part I
  • Articulate normative brain development.
  • Deduce how traumatic experiences impact brain development and functioning.
  • Formulate ways in which the brain is implicated in the ongoing trauma response.

[+] [-] 095871 - Race, Class, and Context
  • Break down the various social identities, and differentiate ways these have influenced their experience, assumptions, and access to resources.
  • Establish how race and class intersect with exposure to individual and societal trauma.
  • Communicate thoroughly the role of poverty and context in development.

[+] [-] 095872 - Attachment Foundations
  • Communicate at least 3 common barriers to engagement among families of trauma impacted youth.
  • Present the role of caregiver engagement in facilitating trauma-focused intervention.
  • Articulate at least 2 key targets of intervention for caregivers of trauma-impacted youth.

[+] [-] 095873 - Trauma Foundations: Part II
  • Characterize complex developmental trauma.
  • Determine neurodevelopmental risk factors cultivated by exposure to complex early stress.
  • Communicate at least one way that nonverbal interventions may support recovery from trauma.

[+] [-] 095874 - Adult Attachment Relationships
  • Articulate implicit relational knowing as a way of understand the development of lifelong relational difficulties beginning in early childhood interpersonal development.
  • Consider interpersonal regulation as a form of the larger construct of self-regulation.
  • Communicate ways in which early attachment disruption can have a negative impact on adult interpersonal interaction patterns.
  • Communicate areas of vulnerability in adult romantic relationships that can be impacted by early attachment disruption

[+] [-] 095875 - We Do Not Work Alone
  • Substantiate reasons why it is important to implement trauma-informed systems.
  • Articulate three distinct key strategies for implementation trauma-informed care in a treatment program.
  • Communicate various resources for successful trauma-informed systems.

[+] [-] 095876 - Children Who Act Out Their Pain
  • Characterize the different types of sexual behavior problems based on motivation and history
  • Articulate appropriate treatment planning and placement decisions for each type of sexual behavior problems
  • Communicate the role of past trauma in the children who engage in sexual behavior problems

[+] [-] 095877 - Commercial Sexual Exploitation of the Children and Youth
  • Analyze current research related to the exploitation of adolescent girls, the role of pimps and the process of recruitment, and the clinical dynamics of involvement;
  • Explore potential paths for leaving “the Life” and finding safety and stability.
  • Analyze personal role in identifying victims and helping girls exit
  • Establish concrete area resources for helping girls leave “the Life”.

[+] [-] 095878 - Intersections of Individual and Community Trauma and Loss
  • Categorize factors which distinguishes political and/or collective trauma from other types of trauma
  • Communicate the nature of traumatic grief following homicide and/or a loss from community violence
  • Articulate diverse clinical approaches for treating patients impacted by community and/or political violence

[+] [-] 095879 - Timing and Pacing of Phase-Oriented Treatment
  • Explore the phases of exposure to and recovery from trauma.
  • Formulate concrete examples of phase-oriented treatment.
  • Analyze ways that phase-oriented treatment highlight broader principles of trauma treatment.

[+] [-] 095880 - Adult Treatment Through the Lens of CBP
  • Articulate the integration of four core components of complex trauma intervention for adult survivors of childhood emotional abuse and neglect
  • Employ new techniques of CBP.
  • Communicate personal stages of development as a trauma therapist and assess strengths and limitations of their predominant therapeutic stance/style.

[+] [-] 095881 - Incorporating Play Therapy into Evidence-Based Treatment
  • Categorize and communicate the core components found within the leading evidence-based trauma treatments (TF-CBT, EMDR, CPP)
  • Evaluate how the trauma-informed treatment components “fit” with the specific needs and preferences of the children they are working with
  • Articulate at least five play therapy techniques that are consistent with the core components of trauma-informed treatments, and point out how to support the use of these developmentally-appropriate play-based adaptations

[+] [-] 095882 - Caring for the Caregiver: Vicarious Trauma
  • Characterize "vicarious trauma".
  • Analyze the signs and potential sources of vicarious trauma.
  • Communicate strategies to address vicarious trauma.

[+] [-] 095883 - Treatment of Trauma: Frontiers of Trauma Treatment
  • Articulate approaches in the treatment of traumatic stress.
  • Evaluate factors limiting the potential success of classic therapeutic interventions with complex trauma survivors.
  • Designate approaches to innovative methods for treatment traumatic stress.

[+] [-] 095884 - ARC & Supporting Regulation in Childhood
  • Detect influential factors leading to dysregulation in trauma-impacted children / adolescents.
  • Establish targets when addressing regulation in children and adolescents.
  • Evaluate modulation strategies for at least two distinct child presentations.

[+] [-] 095885 - Sensorimotor Treatment of Regulation
  • Communicate the role of the body in trauma treatment with their clients.
  • Articulate how trauma experiences are stored in the body via procedural learning.
  • Determine when a physical action can be utilized in psychotherapy to change procedural patterns, decrease symptoms, and increase feelings of empowerment.
  • Support clients to engage in 3 physical actions effective for reducing symptoms of traumatic activation and dissociation.

[+] [-] 095886 - Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART): Bottom-up
  • Communicate concepts from sensory integration that are relevant to treatment for complex trauma in children and adolescents.
  • Employ the SMART approach to regulation and trauma processing in child and adolescent treatment for complex trauma.
  • Integrate therapist skills with sensory motor tools through experiential learning.

[+] [-] 095887 - Trauma-Sensitive Yoga
  • Articulate the rationale for use of yoga with trauma-exposed clients.
  • Characterize the physiological markers associated with the use of yoga.
  • Communicate yoga techniques that can be introduced into individual or small group treatment.
  • Employ yoga-based self-care techniques for clinicians working with trauma survivors.

[+] [-] 095888 - Sand Tray Therapy
  • Communicate basic principles of sandtray therapy and the history of its use with children and adolescents.
  • Explore the role of sandtray therapy in trauma treatment and its use in processing trauma.
  • Articulate sandtray skills and techniques used in trauma treatment with children and adolescents.

[+] [-] 095889 - Internal Family Systems
  • Articulate increased understanding of the Internal Family Systems (IFS) concept of Self and Parts.
  • Explore how to facilitate communication among Self and Parts.
  • Analyze treatment goals and course of IFS therapy.
  • Substantiate the importance of an IFS therapist working with his/her own parts.

[+] [-] 095890 - Dissociation: Foundations
  • Articulate the new Components Based Psychotherapy Model, including dissociation.
  • Present how clinicians and theorists have conceptualized and worked with dissociative parts.
  • Explore CBP’s model of working with parts.

[+] [-] 095891 - Intervening with Dissociation: Parts Work
  • Explore how to implement the first two levels of working with parts.
  • Communicate what is involved in the deepest level of parts work
  • Analyze What Parts Work risks and benefits.
  • Consider enactments and how to work with them

[+] [-] 095892 - Traumatic Experiences Integration
  • Explore the application of integration strategies.
  • Substantiate the importance of integrating traumatic experiences into a life narrative.
  • Determine timing and phasing guidelines when working on traumatic experience integration.

[+] [-] 095893 - Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy: A Model for Accelerated Change
  • Articulate the basic tenets of EMDR Therapy's Adaptive Information Processing Model (AIP).
  • Present the phases of EMDR Therapy.
  • Specify the kinds of negative cognitions (related to responsibility/defectiveness, safety, and control/power) addressed in EMDR Therapy

[+] [-] 095894 - Trauma Processing With Children
  • Communicate the diverse uses of EMDR with children
  • Articulate the utilization of EMDR and play therapy to provide comprehensive trauma treatment
  • Explore EMDR techniques in targeting specific trauma-related symptoms.

[+] [-] 095895 - Future Directions
  • Articulate current and future traumatic stress or related issues.
  • Explore the potential role of both traditional and innovative techniques in the future of the field of traumatic stress.
  • Determine personal future needs as continuing clinicians working in the field.

[+] [-] 095896 - Impact of Trauma on Adult Spirituality and Meaning-Making
  • Explore core themes of spiritual impact that may overlap with a complex trauma history, including the potential positive and/or negative religious beliefs, experiences, and coping practices that can affect recovery.
  • Administer spiritually sensitive trauma treatment through the lens of Component-Based Psychotherapy (CBP) and the four key components: Relationship, Self-Regulation, Parts work, and Narrative.
  • Articulate the influence of client and therapist religious differences as a relevant cultural variable in the therapeutic relationship.

[+] [-] 095897 - Terminations in Trauma Treatment
  • Evaluate the role of termination through exploration of parallel process in their own termination from the trauma certificate program.
  • Articulate the complexity of termination when working with traumatized clients.
  • Characterize personal clinical material, highlighting both negative and positive experiences of termination.

Outline
[+] [-] 095869 - Course Introduction: Complexity of Adaptation to Trauma
  • Introduction to trauma exposure
  • Long term consequences and adaptation to traumatic stress

[+] [-] 095870 - Trauma Foundations: Part I
  • Normative brain development
  • Impact of traumatic exposure on brain development

[+] [-] 095871 - Race, Class, and Context
  • Social identity and contextual experience of the therapist
  • Intersection of race, class, and trauma exposure

[+] [-] 095872 - Attachment Foundations
  • Engagement with trauma-impacted families
  • Intervention strategies for engaging clients and families

[+] [-] 095873 - Trauma Foundations: Part II
  • Complex developmental trauma and neurodevelopmental risk factors
  • Introduction to nonverbal interventions with developmental trauma

[+] [-] 095874 - Adult Attachment Relationships
  • Adult attachment relationships in light of interpersonal trauma
  • Interpersonal self-regulation: vulnerability and intervention

[+] [-] 095875 - We Do Not Work Alone
  • Development of trauma-informed systems: an introduction
  • Implementation strategies for successful trauma-informed systems

[+] [-] 095876 - Children Who Act Out Their Pain
  • Introduction to understanding sexual behavioral
  • Treatment planning and placement with youth with sexual behavior problems

[+] [-] 095877 - Commercial Sexual Exploitation of the Children and Youth
  • Overview of commercial youth sexual exploitation
  • Safety and resources with victims of sexual exploitation

[+] [-] 095878 - Intersections of Individual and Community Trauma and Loss
  • Collective/community trauma and loss
  • Clinical approaches to community violence and homicide bereavement

[+] [-] 095879 - Timing and Pacing of Phase-Oriented Treatment
  • Introduction to understanding phase-oriented treatment
  • Application of therapeutic pacing in trauma treatment

[+] [-] 095880 - Adult Treatment Through the Lens of CBP
  • Introduction to Component-Based Psychotherapy
  • Therapist parallel process: strengths and limitations of therapist stance/style

[+] [-] 095881 - Incorporating Play Therapy into Evidence-Based Treatment
  • Introduction to play therapy
  • Incorporating play therapy in other trauma-informed treatments

[+] [-] 095882 - Caring for the Caregiver: Vicarious Trauma
  • Introduction to understanding the impact of vicarious trauma
  • Therapist self-care

[+] [-] 095883 - Treatment of Trauma: Frontiers of Trauma Treatment
  • Emerging practices in trauma treatment
  • Application of innovative techniques in trauma treatment

[+] [-] 095884 - ARC & Supporting Regulation in Childhood
  • Introduction to understanding dysregulation in trauma-impacted youth
  • Modulation strategies with dysregulated youth and families

[+] [-] 095885 - Sensorimotor Treatment of Regulation
  • Procedural learning: the body and traumatic memories
  • Intervention strategies with body-based trauma symptoms

[+] [-] 095886 - Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART): Bottom-up
  • Overview: Sensory integration and trauma exposure
  • Introduction to the SMART approach

[+] [-] 095887 - Trauma-Sensitive Yoga
  • Introduction and rational for trauma-sensitive yoga
  • Yoga techniques for clients and clinicians

[+] [-] 095888 - Sand Tray Therapy
  • Overview of sandtray therapy in trauma treatment
  • Application of sandtray therapy techniques

[+] [-] 095889 - Internal Family Systems
  • Introduction to the Internal Family Systems model
  • IFS application in the clinician

[+] [-] 095890 - Dissociation: Foundations
  • Understanding dissociation in complex trauma
  • Introduction to parts work in CBP

[+] [-] 095891 - Intervening with Dissociation: Parts Work
  • Overview of the levels of parts work in CBP: risks and benefits
  • Introduction to understanding and intervening with enactments

[+] [-] 095892 - Traumatic Experiences Integration
  • Trauma experiences integration as a treatment component
  • Application of trauma experiences integration strategies

[+] [-] 095893 - Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy: A Model for Accelerated Change
  • Introduction to EMDR treatment
  • Introduction to understanding EMDR techniques with trauma survivors

[+] [-] 095894 - Trauma Processing With Children
  • Incorporating EMDR with children with complex trauma
  • Practical application of EMDR with children in cohesion with play therapy

[+] [-] 095895 - Future Directions
  • Traditional and innovative techniques in trauma treatment
  • Innovations in trauma treatment: Q&A

[+] [-] 095896 - Impact of Trauma on Adult Spirituality and Meaning-Making
  • Impact of trauma exposure on adult spirituality
  • Application of spiritually sensitive treatment in CBP

[+] [-] 095897 - Terminations in Trauma Treatment
  • Issues in trauma treatment
  • Clinician parallel process in trauma intervention

Author

JANA PRESSLEY, PSY.D.

Jana Pressley, Psy.D., is an Associate Professor and the Director of Clinical Training for the Clinical Psychology PsyD program at Wheaton College Graduate School in Wheaton, IL. In addition to administrative duties and leading student clinical seminar groups, Dr. Pressley teaches a course in professional development and ethics and a course on treating complex trauma in children and adults. In her academic role, Dr. Pressley also leads a research group focused on qualitative analysis related to complex trauma impact and adaptation, and is currently collecting data on a project interviewing young adult, court-involved men and women in urban Chicago about the impact of trauma history and community violence on relationships, coping, and resilience. Clinically, Dr. Pressley is working at a local outpatient counseling center that provides services in a low-income community, where she is engaged in the treatment of individuals, couples, and leads a trauma recovery group. Prior to her transition to Wheaton College in 2011, Dr. Pressley served at Richmont Graduate University (Chattanooga, TN) as an Assistant Professor, Assistant Dean of Students, and the Founder/Director of the Richmont Community Counseling Center (RCCC). At Richmont, Dr. Pressley designed and launched the Trauma Counseling specialization track for MFT and MA counseling students, in close collaboration with the Trauma Center senior leadership.

BESSEL A VAN DER KOLK, M.D.

Bessel A. van der Kolk, M.D., is a clinical psychiatrist who has studied the impact and resolution of trauma on human beings for over 30 years. His research has ranged from developmental impact of trauma to neuroimaging and from memory processes to the use of EMDR and theater groups in PTSD. He is professor of psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine and medical director of the Trauma Center in Boston, where he also serves as director of the National Center for Child Traumatic Stress Complex Trauma Network. He is past president of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. He has taught at universities and hospitals throughout the world. He is author of over a hundred scientific articles, Psychological Trauma and co-editor of Traumatic Stress.

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Bessel van der Kolk is a professor of psychiatry at the Boston University School of Medicine. He is the medical director of the Trauma Center in Boston. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Nonfinancial: Bessel van der Kolk has no relevant nonfinancial relationship to disclose.

MARGARET BLAUSTEIN, PHD

Margaret E. Blaustein, Ph.D., is a practicing clinical psychologist whose career has focused on the understanding and treatment of complex childhood trauma and its sequelae. With an emphasis on the importance of understanding the child-, the family-, and the provider-in-context, her study has focused on identification and translation of key principles of intervention across treatment settings, building from the foundational theories of childhood development, attachment, and traumatic stress.

With Kristine Kinniburgh, Dr. Blaustein is co-developer of the Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency (ARC) treatment framework (Kinniburgh & Blaustein, 2005), and co-author of the text, Treating Complex Trauma in Children and Adolescents: Fostering Resilience through Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competence (Blaustein & Kinniburgh, 2010). She has provided extensive training and consultation to providers within the US and abroad. Dr. Blaustein is currently the Director of Training and Education at The Trauma Center at JRI in Brookline, MA, and is actively involved in local, regional, and national collaborative groups dedicated to the empathic, respectful, and effective provision of services to this population.

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Margaret Blaustein is the director of training and education at the Trauma Center in Boston. She is an author and receives royalties from Guilford Publications.

Nonfinancial: Margaret Blaustein has no relevant nonfinancial relationship to disclose.

PATRICIA WILCOX

Patricia D. Wilcox, LCSW, Vice President of Strategic Development, Klingberg Family Centers, New Britain, Connecticut, specializes in treatment of traumatized children and their families. She created the Restorative Approach, a trauma- and relationship-based treatment method.

She is a Faculty Trainer for Risking Connection and an Adjunct Faculty at the University of CT School of Social Work. She travels nationally to train treaters on trauma-informed care, specializing in improving the daily life of treatment programs. She is the author of Trauma Informed Care: The Restorative Approach published by NEARI Press, and in 2011 was Connecticut Social Worker of the Year.

SANFORD, LYNN

Lynn Sanford, LICSW is currently the Visiting Professor of Trauma Informed Social Work at Wheelock College. She began her career 40 years ago working with victims of sexual assault. She has also worked for twenty years with youth who have been convicted of crimes against people (homicide, attempted homicide, and multiple sexual assaults).

She is the author of Strong at the Broken Places: Building Resiliency in the Lives of Survivors (1990, 2004) and The Silent Children (1980). Sanford is also co-author of Women and Self-Esteem (1984), and In Defense of Ourselves (1978).

Sanford currently works as a Military Family Life Consultant on Marine Corps Air Station at Iwakuni, Japan. She has also recently worked with children whose parents were deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq at Ramstein Air Base in Germany and Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Alaska.

In 2010, Sanford was an invited speaker to the American Society of Child Abuse Professionals National Conference speaking to civilians and officers in the Air Force Medical Wing on resiliency as they developed the Air Force Comprehensive Airmen Fitness Program.

Sanford received the Massachusetts National Association of Social Workers "Outstanding Contribution to Social Work Practice Award" and the Devereux Foundation "Legacy of Caring Award" in 2010.

LISA GOLDBLATT GRACE, MPH, MSW

Lisa Goldblatt Grace has been working with vulnerable young people in a variety of capacities for twenty years. Her professional experience includes running a long term shelter for homeless teen parents, developing a diversion program for violent youth offenders, and working in outpatient mental health, health promotion, and residential treatment settings. Lisa is the Co-Founder and Director of the My Life My Choice Project since 2002. Lisa has served as a consultant to the Massachusetts Administrative Office of the Trial Court’s “Redesigning the Court’s Response to Prostitution” project and as a primary researcher on the U.S. Health and Human Services study of programs serving human trafficking victims. Lisa has written in a variety of publications regarding commercial sexual exploitation. In addition, Lisa is Adjunct Faculty at the Boston University School of Social Work. Lisa is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and holds masters degrees in both social work and public health.

DIYA KALLIVAYALIL, PH.D.

Diya Kallivayalil, Ph.D., is a staff psychologist at the Victims of Violence Program at Cambridge Health Alliance and the trauma consultant for the Department of Psychiatry. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Her clinical specialty is in the treatment of trauma-related disorders. Her research is also broadly concerned with psychological trauma. She has published in the areas of complex trauma, gender-based violence, homicide bereavement and refugee health. She is the co-author of the <> (2011) published by Guilford Press.

JOSEPH SPINAZZOLA, PHD

Joseph Spinazzola, Ph.D., is the Executive Director of the Trauma Center and Vice President of Behavioral Health and Trauma Services at Justice Resource Institute. Dr. Spinazzola is a member of The Forensic Panel and holds an appointment at Boston University School of Medicine. In his 11th year with the Trauma Center, Dr. Spinazzola remains actively involved with provision of direct services to individuals and providers, serving as a clinician, clinical supervisor, senior trainer, and as Associate Director of our Research Department. Dr. Spinazzola is Co-Director of the Complex Trauma Treatment Network, a national initiative to transform large regional and statewide systems of care, operated through our Center’s Category II National Child Traumatic Stress Network site award. Dr. Spinazzola specializes in the assessment, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of complex trauma in children and adults, and is the author of a number of publications in this area as well as on the topic of youth violence prevention. Dr. Spinazzola holds particular interest in dissociative coping adaptations in survivors of chronic maltreatment and neglect and in the role of transformative action in the recovery process.

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Joseph Spinazzola is the executive director of the Trauma Center in Boston.

Nonfinancial: Joseph Spinazzola has no relevant nonfinancial relationship to disclose.

ELIZABETH HOPPER, PH.D.

Elizabeth Hopper, Ph.D., Program director of Project REACH, received her Ph.D. from Saint Louis University and completed her Clinical Psychology internship at the Medical College of Virginia. Dr. Hopper is the Director of Project REACH, a program that serves victims of human trafficking throughout the United states. Dr. Hopper has conducted national outreach on traumatic stress and complex trauma, focusing on cross-discipline training. She provides trauma-informed consultation in homeless shelters and to community-based clinicians. Dr. Hopper is currently a staff psychologist and supervisor at the Trauma Center.

JENNIFER LEFEBRE-MCGEVNA, PSY.D., RPT-S

Jennifer Lefebre-McGevna, Psy.D., RPT-S, is a clinical supervisor and EMDR consult facilitator at the Trauma Center. She completed her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Hartford in 2006.

She is a Registered Play Therapist – Supervisor, and has received specialized training in Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC), Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Therapy (SMART), Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TC-TSY), Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Theraplay, and Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT-A). She is working toward becoming an EMDRIA-approved consultant, and is an EMDR (Level II) clinician. Additionally, she is an Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant.

Dr. Lefebre-McGevna’s clinical and research interests center on the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, adults and families whose lives have been impacted by complex trauma. She has experience working with young children (0-5), adult survivors of severe childhood abuse and neglect, and combat veterans with PTSD. She has worked in residential treatment, psychiatric inpatient and community mental health settings, and schools, and has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate level. She has provided trainings around the country integrating play therapy and evidence-based trauma practices.

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Jennifer Lefebre-McGevna is in private practice. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Non-financial: Jennifer Lefebre-McGevna is a member of the Association of Play Therapy.

ANNE WESTCOTT, LICSW

Anne Westcott, LICSW, is a licensed clinical social worker, psychotherapist and trainer. A graduate of Columbia University’s School of Social Work, she has over 25 years of mental health experience in direct practice, supervision, consultation and program development. She is a faculty member of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute and a supervisor and program developer at the Trauma Center in Boston. Anne trains regularly in the United States and Canada on the impact and treatment of trauma and attachment disturbance on children, adolescents, adults, and the surrounding caregiver systems. She has worked in outpatient clinics, public schools, home and community based programs in both multicultural, urban centers as well as affluent, suburban communities. She maintains a thriving private practice continuing to develop and refine effective treatment interventions for trauma and attachment related challenges.

ELIZABETH WARNER, PSY.D.

Elizabeth Warner, Psy.D., has had a psychotherapy practice in Brookline for the last 20 years. Her specialization is in the area of child development, and the treatment of children and families. Special interests include adoption and adoptive families, the special nature of that attachment and implications for development and the development of new treatments for complex trauma in young children. She spent 15 years working with severely disordered children including traumatized children and their parents, using innovative methodologies and the use of videotape study at the Language & Cognitive Development Center. In addition, she has worked in psychiatric inpatient and outpatient settings at Boston University Medical Center, schools and mental health clinics, providing therapy, teaching and consultation.

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Elizabeth Warner is the project director for SMART for children and adolescents at the Trauma Center in Boston.

Nonfinancial: Elizabeth Warner has no relevant nonfinancial relationship to disclose.

DAVID EMERSON, E-RYT

David Emerson, Coordinator of Yoga Services Program, is an accomplished yoga instructor and founder of the Black Lotus Yoga Project, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to the teaching of yoga to individuals with PTSD. Mr. Emerson was responsible for the implementation, supervision and oversight of the yoga intervention component of the two recent pilot studies conducted by Dr. van der Kolk to assess the utility and feasibility of yoga instruction with traumatized adults with PTSD. Mr. Emerson has extensive experience in the instruction of yoga with PTSD and mental illness populations, and has developed and conducted yoga groups for several rape crisis, domestic violence, mental health and veterans administration centers and clinics throughout Greater Boston.

ROBERT AIKIN, LICSW

Robert Aikin, MSW, is a Staff Clinician at our Brookline and Acton, MA locations. He has worked with children and adolescents who have experienced complex trauma in a number of settings: school-based therapy, in-home family preservation, outpatient therapy, treatment foster care, and acute partial hospital programs. Robert directed residential programs for adjudicated youth, treatment foster care, and an outpatient mental health center. He received his Masters degree in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh and a Certificate in Child and Adolescent Trauma Treatment at the University of Maryland. Additionally, Robert has trained in Attachment Therapy with Daniel Hughes and completed the live-supervised Family Therapy Training Program at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic.

FRANK G. ANDERSON, M.D.

Frank Guastella Anderson, MD, completed his residency and was a clinical instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is the chairman of the Foundation for Self Leadership (the Internal Family Systems Therapy organization) and has served on the research advisory committee and the speakers bureau for the Center for Self Leadership.

He has lectured extensively on the Neurobiology of PTSD and Dissociation and wrote the chapter "Who’s Taking What” Connecting Neuroscience, Psychopharmacology and Internal Family Systems for Trauma in Internal Family Systems Therapy-New Dimensions. He has maintained a long affiliation with Bessel van der Kolk’s Trauma Center at Justice Resource Center in Boston and maintains a private practice in Concord, MA.

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Frank Anderson maintains a private practice. He receives a consulting fee from the Center for Self Leadership. Dr. Anderson receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Non-financial: Frank Anderson is the President of the Foundation for Self Leadership.

FRANCES GROSSMAN, PH.D.

Frances K. Grossman, Ph.D., ABPP, has been a supervisor and faculty member at the Trauma Center since spring of 2002. She received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Yale University in 1965, was on the faculty at Yale from 1965-1969 and has taught at Boston University since 1969. Currently she teaches Ethics in Psychology in the graduate program at Boston University and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Assessment and Treatment in the Masters in counseling psychology at Lesley University. She and some colleagues wrote with the Phoenix Rising; Stories from 10 Resilient Women Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse (Jossey Bass, 1999) as well as more recent journal articles on resilient men abuse survivors.

DEBORAH KORN

Deborah Korn, PhD., maintains a private practice and serves as a faculty member at the Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute in Boston,. She has been on the faculty of the EMDR Institute for the past 17 years and has authored or co-authored several prominent articles focused on EMDR treatment, including a recently published review of EMDR applications with Complex PTSD. She presents and consults internationally on the treatment of adult survivors of childhood abuse and neglect. She has been a regular presenter at the EMDR International Association Conference and was invited to present the association’s first “masters Series” class.

HENDERSON, MICHELE

Michele Henderson, LICSW, provides individual therapy for children, adolescents and adults, parenting support, supervision and consultation. She is trained specifically in trauma related dyadic therapy, and attachment disorders. She earned her undergraduate degree from Colorado College then her graduate degree from the University of California at Berkley.
Continuing Education Credits Awarded for Completion of Entire Package
[+] [-] Combined Continuing Education Credit From All Components
Breakdown of Continuing Education Credits by Components
[+] [-] 095869 - Course Introduction: Complexity of Adaptation to Trauma
[+] [-] 095870 - Trauma Foundations: Part I
[+] [-] 095871 - Race, Class, and Context
[+] [-] 095872 - Attachment Foundations
[+] [-] 095873 - Trauma Foundations: Part II
[+] [-] 095874 - Adult Attachment Relationships
[+] [-] 095875 - We Do Not Work Alone
[+] [-] 095876 - Children Who Act Out Their Pain
[+] [-] 095877 - Commercial Sexual Exploitation of the Children and Youth
[+] [-] 095878 - Intersections of Individual and Community Trauma and Loss
[+] [-] 095879 - Timing and Pacing of Phase-Oriented Treatment
[+] [-] 095880 - Adult Treatment Through the Lens of CBP
[+] [-] 095881 - Incorporating Play Therapy into Evidence-Based Treatment
[+] [-] 095882 - Caring for the Caregiver: Vicarious Trauma
[+] [-] 095883 - Treatment of Trauma: Frontiers of Trauma Treatment
[+] [-] 095884 - ARC & Supporting Regulation in Childhood
[+] [-] 095885 - Sensorimotor Treatment of Regulation
[+] [-] 095886 - Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART): Bottom-up
[+] [-] 095887 - Trauma-Sensitive Yoga
[+] [-] 095888 - Sand Tray Therapy
[+] [-] 095889 - Internal Family Systems
[+] [-] 095890 - Dissociation: Foundations
[+] [-] 095891 - Intervening with Dissociation: Parts Work
[+] [-] 095892 - Traumatic Experiences Integration
[+] [-] 095893 - Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy: A Model for Accelerated Change
[+] [-] 095894 - Trauma Processing With Children
[+] [-] 095895 - Future Directions
[+] [-] 095896 - Impact of Trauma on Adult Spirituality and Meaning-Making
[+] [-] 095897 - Terminations in Trauma Treatment
Audience
Case Managers, Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists, Nurses, Psychologists, Social Workers, and other Mental Health Professionals