Since 2011, we have been providing education on trauma by hosting high quality workshops for clinicians. Our workshops are intended to keep therapists up to date on the latest thinking, research and practices in the treatment of trauma and to provide places where professionals can share and connect with each other. We hope to see you at one of our upcoming events!
- Suicidal Ideation: A Trauma-Informed ApproachLearn more and register →
This workshop will explore suicidal ideation through a trauma-informed lens. We will discuss how to assess for and treat risk, and use our ongoing treatment to understand suicidal thoughts and action as a meaningful strategy for dealing with painful history and the challenges of daily life.
- Fat Liberation series, Part One: Anti-fatness 101Learn more and register →
In this workshop Sarah Landolfi invites participants to explore the roots of anti-fatness, question their assumptions about health, and understand the pervasive, traumatic impact of anti-fatness on fat people.
- October Study Group: Unmasking Autism by Devon PriceLearn more and register →
Join us at 4700 N Ravenswood on October 20, 2023 from 9:00-10:30am for a discussion of chapters 4-8 of Unmasking Autism by Devon Price! Our monthly study group focuses on selected readings of current research and theory in trauma, dissociation, attachment, and neurobiology. Our discussions explore the readings themselves as well as their clinical applications. […]
- Fat Liberation series, Part Two: Becoming a Fat Positive PsychotherapistLearn more and register →
If you work with clients who are fat – and let’s face it, we all do – it is imperative that you learn a fat politic that will guide you as you provide psychotherapy to this group of marginalized folx. Without interrogating anti-fatness and the role therapists play in upholding it, we risk causing incredible […]
- Complex Trauma and Dissociation: A Relational, Neurobiological and Body-centered ApproachLearn more and register →
Whether they specialize in it or not, all therapists will encounter complex trauma in their practice. According to the CDC 1 in 7 children in the United States suffered abuse or neglect in the past year, most often at the hands of those who are supposed to love and care for them. Though we have […]