Boston Area Psychotherapy Training Digest, May 2012

5/3
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Facing Life Transitions: Helping Young Children Cope
 

5/4
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Distinguished Careers and Career Opportunities in Behavioral Health
 

5/4-5/5
Boston University School of Social Work
Beyond Talk Therapy: Using Gentle Reprocessing to Treat Trauma
 

5/5
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Trauma and Mental Illness in the Haitian Community
 

5/5
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Paradox and Negotiation in Relational Technique From Impasse to Emotional Growth
 

5/5
Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy
Buddhist Psychology Film Series
Crazy Wisdom: The Life & Times of ChogyamTrungpa, Rinpoche
 

5/5
New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation
Dancing with the Risks: Safe Steps, Tricky Steps, Landmines
 

5/5
New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation
Steve Frankel, PhD, JD Intensive
 

5/6
Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy
Breakfast Club: Transference and Countertransference: Cultural Aspects
 

5/7
Boston Institute for Psychotherapy
Psychology  Goes to the Movies Film Series:
“Secrets & Lies”

5/8
Boston University School of Social Work
Come, Sit, Stay: Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy
 

5/9 & 5/30
Boston University School of Social Work
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy: A Clinical Introduction
 

5/10
Boston University School of Social Work
Exploring Biofeedback as an Adjunct to CBT
 

5/10-5/11
The Trauma Center
The Power of Internal Family Systems (IFS) for Trauma
 

5/11
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Break Free From Depression – Train the Trainer Workshop
 

5/11
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
A Developmental Vision of the Spiritual and Mental Health Issues in Later Life
 

5/11
Boston University School of Social Work
An Introduction to Mindfulness for Social Workers
 

5/11
The Bridge Training Institute
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for the Practicing Clinician
 

5/11-5/12
Harvard Medical School
Meditation and Psychotherapy
 

5/12
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
What Fathers and Mothers Bring to Babies and Young Children
 

5/12
Massachusetts Association of Psychoanalytic Psychoanalysis
When Ghosts Remain Ghosts: Comparing Neo-Kleinian and Relational Perspectives on Traumatic Loss, Grief and Mourning
 

5/12
Family Therapy Training Boston
Countertransference and Internal Family Systems: Releasing the Therapist’s Self-Energy
 

5/12
Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute
Annual Childcare Conference:
Multiple Intelligences: The Theory and Its Applications
 

5/14-5/15
Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy
Self-Compassion: Essential Skills Training
 

5/15
Boston University School of Social Work
Yoga as a Complementary Treatment to Social Work Interventions
 

5/16
Boston University School of Social Work
The Neurobiology of Autism: What Social Workers Need to Know
 

5/18-5/19
Harvard Medical School
Addictions in 2012
 

5/18
Boston Institute for Psychotherapy
Grand Rounds: “Why We Get Happier as We Age: Positive Emotion and Late-Life Wellbeing”

5/18
David Wallin, PhD
We Are the Tools of Our Trade: How the Therapist’s Own Attachment Patterns Shape Therapy
 

5/18
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Meeting the Needs of Returning Veterans and Their Families
 

5/19
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Bringing Courageous Love to Intimate Relationships Using the Internal Family Systems Model
 

5/19
Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Academy
Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychiatric Comorbidity in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
 

5/19
Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis
Psychotic States and their Implication for Analytic Treatment

5/21
Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy
Buddhist Psychology Lecture Series: Conversations on the Edge
Meditation and the Brain
 

5/22
NASW MA Chapter
Book Club: Still Alice
 

5/23
Boston University School of Social Work
Sex Matters in Clinical Practice: Why, How and When to Take a Sexual History
 

5/24
Family Therapy Training Boston
Movie Night: Babies
 

5/30-6/1
Harvard Medical School
Dementia: A Comprehensive Update

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