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Beyond Trauma 101: A Phase Model for Complex Trauma & Strategies for Managi...

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Stone Mill Inn (Ballroom), Johnny Rocco's

271 Merritt St

Saint Catharines, ON L2T 1K1

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Being familiar with trauma symptoms, attachment wounds, and dissociative reactions will help the professional shift their thinking and take a different approach to learn strategies to manage dissociation. This workshop will provide participants with complex trauma information, a chance to learn and practice a motivational technique called Future Movies, an attachment repair intervention and 10 soothing grounding techniques to manage dissociative symptoms.

Participants will also utilize a trauma case consultation formation for one of your most challenging clients. This workshop will also include information on how to integrate these tools with some of the established trauma resolution methods.

In this Workshop, participants will:

- learn a phase approach to treating trauma, with attention to preparing clients for trauma work regardless of the trauma reprocessing model to be used;

- apply this phase model for traumainformed case consultation to one of the participant’s most challenging cases;

- learn Greenwald’s Future Movies intervention to enhance motivation for change;

-understand how attachment and dissociation impacts trauma work with adults and children;

-utilize Laurel Parnell’s attachment and repair intervention;

-apply 10 effective grounding and soothing tools to manage dissociation and hyperarousal in and out of session so as to enhance the client’s sense of safety.

About the presenters

Annie Monaco, LCSW is an EMDR Instructor, Consultant, and faculty member of TI/CTI. Annie travels extensively throughout the US and internationally providing a multitude of trauma-informed trainings in addition to agency and therapist consultation.

Annie has over 25 years of experience serving children, teens, families, and adults. She has extensive experience in complex adult trauma, family therapy, and play therapy. She specializes in dissociation, foster care, out of country adoption, and offenders. Her work also includes being a field liaison for the University of Buffalo School of Social Work.

Ann Beckley-Forest is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice in the Buffalo area and has focused on interventions with children and adolescents throughout her career. She is a registered play therapy supervisor and approved provider of play therapy education.

Her specialties include intervention with very young children as well as, problems of attachment and work with adolescent and adult survivors of trauma. She is certified in EMDR, and EMDR Approved Consultant and a faculty member of the Child Trauma institute. She published an article on the integration of EMDR and play therapy in the fall 2015 issue of Play Therapy magazine. She offers training around the US, China, and Singapore.


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•Registration is currently OPEN- Early Bird registration is available until April 2nd 2018 day of event:

Registration starts 8:00-8:30am

Free Parking, Light breakfast, Lunch and Snacks are included in registration costs for special dietary concerns please email oasw.niagara@gmail.com

•Certificate for 6 Continuing Education credit hours will be issued

•NO registrations will be accepted after April 30th.

•Refund Policy: Refundable, minus $20 admin. fee, until April 26th.

•OASW Niagara reserves the right to cancel workshop due to low enrollment, work stoppages, instructor illness or inclement weather. If workshop is cancelled, OASW Niagara will refund only registration payment

•If you require more information please contact us at: oasw.niagara@gmail.com

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271 Merritt St

Saint Catharines, ON L2T 1K1

Canada

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