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Treating Trauma: Tending to the Healer & The Client

The Refuge - A Healing Place

Friday, March 8, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM (CST)

Houston, TX

Treating Trauma: Tending to the Healer & The Client

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"Treating Trauma: Tending to the Healer & The Client".

5.0 CEU's

The Refuge, A Healing Place and Menninger Clinic have partnered together to bring you a one day workshop "Treating Trauma: Tending to the Healer & The Client". This workshop will look at treating trauma and attachment for clients as well as the "healers" who experience trauma, burnout, exhaustion and depressionas a result of their repeated exposure to others trauma.

$25 Non-Refundable Registration Fee*

Schedule
TIME IS LOCAL TEXAS TIME

Check In: 9:30-10:00 PM
Judy Crane: 10:30-12:30 PM
Lunch: 12:30 - 1:30 PM
Dr. Michael Groat: 1:30 - 3:30 PM
Wrap Up: 3:30 - 4:00 PM

Judy Crane
Judy Crane LMHC, CAP, ICADC, CSAT
 Founder & Executive Director
 The Refuge - A Healing Place
 Spirit2SPirit: Trauma Training & Treatmeny

Presentation
The Loneliest Heart

This presentation will identify the concept of attachment as it pertains to the evolution of trauma in an individual.

The issue of the struggle with intimacy for trauma survivors will be explored and interventions will be presented to
heal intimacy issues.

Participants will delve into the cause, affects and potential therapeutic solutions for trauma survivors experiencing overwhelming loneliness.

 

Dr. Michael Groat
Dr. Michael Groat, PhD
Director: Professionals In Crisis Program
Menninger Clinic


Presentation
Tending to the Healer: Promoting the Mentalizing Stance When Treating Trauma

Describe the nature of mentalizing, and how mentalizing impairments derive from early parent-child interactions and disruptions in attachment relationships.

Recognize the role a mentalizing stance can play in fostering emotional safety and security for individuals with a history of attachment trauma.

Identify how narrative exercises can foster mentalizing among staff, and improve a treatment system’s ability to regulate affect, especially in moments of crisis.

Describe how mentalizing may help staff sustain their own emotional safety, support, and well-being when treating trauma.


Hosted By

  The Refuge  Menninger Clinic    

 

Continuing Education Credit: 5.0 CEU
Credit is offered for psychology, social work, nursing, marriage-family and counseling. Application forms and complete information will be available on site. To be assured of proper credit, please check with your authorizing board for application to your certification and/or licensure requirements for CEUs.  

$25 Registration Fee is Non-Refundable

Have questions about Treating Trauma: Tending to the Healer & The Client? Contact The Refuge - A Healing Place

When & Where



The Menninger Clinic Commons Building
12301 South Main Street
Houston, TX 77035

Friday, March 8, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM (CST)


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