October 2013 Boston Area Psychotherapy Training Digest

10/1
Boston University School of Social Work
Care Management Self-Paced Online Certificate Program
 

10/2-11/13
Boston Psychoanalytic Society & Institute
Play and Cure: The Therapeutic Use of Children’s Play, an Interpersonal-Interactional Perspective on Clinical Technique
 

10/4
Center for Professional Innovation
Can We Talk? Approaching Difficult Topics with Seniors
 

10/4
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Listening with Purpose: Introducing a Progressive, Phenomenological Approach to the Art and Science of Psychotherapy
 

10/4
Boston University School of Social Work
An Overview of Cognitive Behavioral Treatment
 

10/4
Riverside Trauma Center
3rd Annual Conference: Resilience Through the Lifespan: Maximizing Personal Strength in the Face of Trauma
 

10/5
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Beyond the Professional Will
 

10/5
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Electro-Convulsive Therapy (ECT) – A Light in the Darkness
 

10/5
New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation
The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy, with Allan Schore
 

10/5
National Association of Social Workers, MA Chapter
Undoing Aloneness: The Transformation of Emotional Suffering
 

10/5
Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis
Too Poor to Cure: The Clinical Aspects of Money in Treatment
 

10/6
Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy
Film Series: Zen
 

10/6-10/11
Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy/Barre Center for Buddhist Studies
Essentials of Buddhist Psychology
 

10/7
PINE Pscyhoanalytic Center
The Use of Dreams of Dreams in Psychotherapy
 

10/7
Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy
The Heat of the Moment: Mindful Management of Difficult Clients and Countertransference
 

10/8-6/17/2014
Boston Institute for Psychotherapy
2013-2014 Affect Course: Thinking About Feeling
 

10/10
Boston University School of Social Work
Integrating Social Justice into Clinical Practice: A Liberation Health Framework for Social Work
 

10/11
Therapy Training Boston
How to Harness Reasonable Hope: Creative Work with Families Struggling with the Daily Effects of Health Problems
 

10/11
The Bridge Training Institute
Escaping the Misery of PTSD: A Non-Exposure, Cognitive Restructuring Approach to Reduce Self-Harm Behaviors
 

10/11
Boston University School of Social Work
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Children and Adolescents
 

10/11-10/12
Harvard Medical School
Addiction Medicine: A Case-based Approach to Managing Addiction in Special Populations and Related Issues
 

10/11-11/15
Laurel Earles & Ashley Sitkin
Self Care for the Helper: a 6 week Restorative Yoga Class Series
 

10/15-10/16
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Mental Health and Juvenile Justice: Sponsored by The Center of Excellence for Children, Families and the Law at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
 

10/16
Boston University School of Social Work
Advances in Advocacy/Healthcare Reform 2.0
 

10/16
Boston University School of Social Work
Current Perspectives on Child and Adolescent Obesity
 

10/17
Center for Professional Innovation
Hot Topic: Revolutionizing the DSM-5 and Understanding the Changes: A Framework
 

10/17
Boston University School of Social Work
“Con Solidaridad” Working with Latino Families
 

10/18
Center for Professional Innovation
Autism Spectrum Disorder: Putting the Puzzle Together
 

10/18
Boston University School of Social Work
Preparing Your Clinical Practice for Healthcare Reform
 

10/18-4/11/2014
Center for Self Leadership
Challenges in Applying IFS: Mastering the Basics
 

10/19
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
The Heat of the Moment in Treatment: Mindful Management of Difficult Clients
 

10/19
Massachusetts Psychological Association
Understanding the ICD10 and DSM-V 
 

10/20
National Association of Social Workers MA Chapter
Fall Film Festival: Amour
 

10/20
Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy
Breakfast Club: Field Notes from a Psychodynamic Therapist
 

10/21-10/25
Harvard Medical School
Intensive Review of Neurology
 

10/22
Boston University School of Social Work
Trauma-Informed Interventions with Refugee Survivors of Torture and Other Types of Human Rights Violations
 

10/23
National Association of Social Workers MA Chapter
Book Club: The Yellow Birds
 

10/24
Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis
Good Enough Series: What is Good Enough Achievement?
 

10/25
National Association of Social Workers MA Chapter
Treating Service Members, Veterans and Their Families: Current Best Practices
 

10/25
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Motivational Interviewing in Health Care
 

10/25
Boston University School of Social Work
Project BRIGHT: Enhancing Substance Abuse Treatment for Mothers of Young Children with an Attachment Based Dyadic Intervention
 

10/25
The Trauma Center/Kripalu
Developmental Challenges in the Journey from Adolescence to Adulthood: Approaches to Understanding and Treating Disappointment in Oneself. 
 

10/25 & 11/1
Boston University School of Social Work
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Hoarding
 

10/25-10/27
Massachusetts General Hospital
Psychopharmacology 2013
 

10/25-10/27
Harvard Medical Schol
Attachment Conference
 

10/25-10/27
Barre Center for Buddhist Studies
Training Compassion: From the Buddha to Modern Psychotherapy
 

10/26
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Get a Grip: A Mindful Approach to Cooling Hot Buttons
 

10/26
Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis
Enacting Identity: Normative Unconscious Processes in Clinic and Culture 
 

10/27-11/1
The Trauma Center/Kripalu
Teaching Trauma-Sensitive Yoga: A Workshop for Yoga Teachers
 

10/28
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
How to Treat Chronic Insomnia
 

10/29
Boston University School of Social Work
Trauma Informed Substance Abuse Treatment
 

10/30
Center for Professional Innovation
A Resiliency-Based Approach: Keys to Bouncing Back from Loss, Stress or Trauma
 

10/31
Therapy Training Boston
Miss Representaion

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