Professional Trainings and Seminars
Friday, November 22, 2019 9:00am-11:00am
Event: The Third Thing in the Room: Implications of the Relational Turn for Psychotherapy
Speaker: Dr. Ellis Jaruzel, PsyD, LP
In recent years (the last 30 or so, but especially the last 15), psychoanalytic thought has been increasingly influenced by relational theory or intersubjective theory. While many psychologies/psychotherapies (including and especially psychoanalysis) have traditionally been “1-person” psychologies where the patient/client presents and the analyst/therapist analyzes and/or targets content or processes “in” the patient/client, the intersubjective turn moves towards “2-person” psychologies where the patient/client and analysist/therapist are in a co-creation of the relational space and the relationship itself is the object of analysis and intervention. Relational Theory and the Practice of Psychotherapy by Wachtel is a good overview of this shift in psychoanalysis and increasingly the wider world of psychotherapy in general. My dissertation work, while on a related but different topic, drew heavily on intersubjectivity theory and the writings in this area. This presentation would likely be more introductory to offer clinicians unfamiliar with the topic and key concepts new ideas about how to practice clinically.
Friday, January 24, 2020 9:00am-11:00am (2 hours of training)
Event: SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDER IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS
Speaker: Michelle Mintz, OTR/L, CST, CTACC
- What is Sensory Processing Disorder?
- Overall Explanation and breakdown of the sensory systems
- What it may look like in children vs. adults
- Lab- Experience SPD
- Adult with Sensory Processing Disorder shares her experience
- As a therapist what can you do while in treatment with a patient?
- Questions to ask your clients to screen for SPD, and tools to help manage throughout treatment