San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join your colleagues for a day of clinical training and thoughtful reflection as we investigate the effects of trauma and methods to make a significant impact on clients’ suffering and recovery.
A special keynote presentation by Kaitin Roig-DeBellis, former Sandy Hook school teacher, founder of Classes4Classes and Glamour Magazine “Woman of the Year” will open the day with a message of courage, hope and recovery.
Topics will include: Somatic Experience, Dialectical Behavior Therapy,
Expressive Arts, & Family Systems.
November 12, 2014
8:30am - 4pm
University of Connecticut - Stamford
Concurrent Session 1 (email first and second choice to email@example.com)
1. The Whole is Always Greater: A Multi Disciplinary Model for Fostering Resiliency in Young People and Their Families
Maude Purcell, LCSW, Founder Life Solution Center
2. The Traumatized Addicted Adolescent with a Gender Specific Approach
Barbara Nosal, MFT, LADC Executive Clinical Director, Newport Academy
3. The Role of DBT in a Multimodal Residential Treatment Setting
Lianna Tsangarides, Newport Academy
4. Healing Our Heroes: Round Table Discussion on PTSD and Suicide in Vets
Joseph Amato, Ph.D., Department of Veteran Affairs and Jay Perrone, Ph.D., Consulting Psychologist, Adjunct UCONN
Concurrent Session 2 (email first and second choice to firstname.lastname@example.org)
1. Recovery High Schools; Why They Are a Necessary Part of the Continuum of Care
Jamison Monroe, Founder/CEO Newport Academy
2. A Mothers Story of Family Recovery: Ten Principles of Recovery
Ann Nelson, RN, Family Research Coordinator, NAMI of Connecticut, Mental Health Advocate
3. Healing The Heart: Expressive Arts Psychotherapy
Carolyn Kelly Winter, MA, Danbury Hospital, Insight Counseling, LLC
4. Avoid, Avoid, Avoid: The Link Between Trauma and Compulsivity
Andy Buccaro, LCSW, LADC, Executive Director, Project Courage
Six CEU's for full attendance
Buffet Lunch with music by O'Brien Strings and NAMI Youth Art Exhibit
In honor of National Adoption Month, recording artist, author and adoptee advocate Zara Philips will perform her play "Beneath my Fathers' Sky. to conclude the event. This is free and open to the public from 3-4pm.
When & Where
University of Connecticut-Stamford
1 University Pl
Located in the center of Downtown Stamford, Parking at UConn-Stamford is located on Washington Blvd. directly across the street from the campus building.
Sunday, November 9, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM (EST)
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