March 2014 Boston Area Psychotherapy Digest

3/1
Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy
Buddhist Psychology Film Series: The Way

 

3/1
Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis
Animating the Frame

 

3/2
The New England Center for Existential Therapy
The Psychology of Identity: Disclosiveness and Distortion

 

3/3-4/5
Massachusetts School for Professional Psychology
Parent Coordination: Working With High-Conflict Families

 

3/3
Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy
Buddhist Psychology Lecture Series: Benefits of Long Term Practice: Insights From a 4-Year Retreat

 

3/3-3/8
American Group Psychotherapy Association
Annual Meeting

 

3/3-4/22
Boston Psychoanalytic Society & Institute
Loss of a Patient to Suicide: Understanding, Processing, and Moving On

 

3/6
Boston University School of Social Work
Behavioral Health Collaboration Competencies: Critical Functions for the Integration of Behavior Health and Pediatric Primary Care

 

3/6
The Trauma Center
“Psychosomatics”

 

3/6
Institute for Natural Resources
Food Cravings, Habits & Emotions

 

3/7
The Bridge Training Institute
Mindfulness and Psychotherapy: Fitting the Practice to the Person

 

3/7
Boston Institute for Psychotherapy
Film Series: Hannah and Her Sisters

 

3/7
Center for Professional Innovation
Let’s Talk About Sex: What Mental Health Professionals Need to Know

 

3/7
Institute for Natural Resources
Food Cravings, Habits & Emotions

 

3/7-7/11
Therapy Training in Boston
Narrative Practice Learning Group: Reinvigorating Yourself and Your Work

 

3/8
Massachusetts Psychological Association
Advance Your Practice: Integrating Cutting Edge CBT Interventions

3/8
Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis
The Complexity of Countertransference: Some Clinical, Organizational, and Research Perspectives

 

3/8
Boston Psychoanalytic Society & Institute
Psychotherapy Conference on the Nature of the Transference 2014

 

3/9
National Association of Social Workers
Film Showing: “Buck”

 

3/11
Boston University School of Social Work
Using the Strengths-Based Coaching Approach for Work with People with Asperger’s Syndrome

 

3/11
Boston University School of Social Work
Coaching People With ADHD: A Structured and Highly Effective Approach In Helping Individuals Cope

 

3/11-3/12
The Center for Self Leadership
Trauma and the Internal Family Systems Model: Releasing Personal and Legacy Burdens

 

3/13
Center for Professional Innovation
Debunking the Myth of Stress and Time Management

 

3/14
The Bridge Training Institute
Successful Treatment of Non-Suicidal Self Injury and Suicide: Dialogues Between Therapists and Former Clients

 

3/14
Boston University School of Social Work
Project Bright: Enhancing Substance Abuse Treatment for Mothers of Young Children with an Attachment Based Dyadic Intervention

 

3/14
The Center for Self Leadership
The Inner Dimensions of Meditation: An Introduction to the Internal Family Systems Model

 

3/15
New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation
Essential Skills for the Successful Treatment of Complex Trauma and Dissociation

 
3/16
 Boston Institute for Psychotherapy/Museum of Fine Arts
Sexuality and the Hidden Self

 

3/16
The Center for Self Leadership
Sexuality and the Hidden Self

 

3/17-3/18
PESI
2-Day Trauma Competency Conference: The 10 Core Competencies of Trauma, PTSD, Grief & Loss AND Evidence-Based Trauma Treatments & Interventions Seminar

 

3/18-4/8
Boston Psychoanalytic Society & Institute
Lost Homes, Forgotten Languages

3/19
PESI
Smart But Scattered: Executive Dysfunction at Home and at School Seminar

 

3/19-5/14
Therapy Training Boston
A Family Systems Approach For Working with Families with Young Children

 

3/20
PESI
Smart But Scattered: Executive Dysfunction at Home and at School Seminar

 

3/20
Therapy Training Boston
Movie Night: “Before Midnight”

 

3/20
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Personality and Its Implications for Psychotherapy: An Inferential, Dimensional, Contextual, Subjectively-Attuned Approach to Individuality

 

3/20-3/21
PESI
2-Day Conference: Dialectical Behavior Therapy AND Advanced Dialectical Behavior Therapy Seminar

 

3/21
Boston Institute for Psychotherapy
Grand Rounds: An Object Relations Theory of Trauma

 

3/21
PESI
Smart But Scattered: Executive Dysfunction at Home and at School Seminar

 

3/21
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Sleep Disorders: What You Need to Know

 

3/21
Center for Professional Innovation
Confronting Ethical Challenges in The Social Networking Age: Improving Practice and Care

 

3/21-3/22
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
The Therapeutic Action of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Current Concepts of Cure

 

3/22
PESI
Ethical Principles in the Practice of Massachusetts Mental Health Professionals Seminar

 

3/23
Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy
Breakfast Club: What’s Grief Got to Do with It? : Traveling Through Loss with Clients

 

3/23
National Association of Social Workers
Film Showing: “A Better Life”

 

3/25
Boston University School of Social Work
Developing the Capacity to Connect: Neurobiology of Trauma and Attachment

3/25
National Association of Social Workers
Legislative Education and Advocacy Day (LEAD 2014)

 

3/26
Boston University School of Social Work
Mindfulness Techniques to Promote Healing in Social Work Practice in Children, Adolescents and Adults

 

3/27
Boston University School of Social Work
CBT for Mood Disorders

 

3/28
Boston University School of Social Work
Beyond Pathology: Clinical Applications of Positive Psychology

 

3/28
PESI
Ethical Principles in the Practice of Massachusetts Mental Health Professionals Seminar

 

3/28
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Exploring Ways to Integrate Culture in the Psychological Treatment of Latinos

 

3/28
Massachusetts Psychological Association
Mental Health Professionals in Court: Running the Gauntlet

 

3/28-3/31
Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy
Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) Training

 

3/29
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
When Trauma Hits the Whole Community: Supporting Very Young Children and their Parents and Caregivers

 

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