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!
Complex Trauma and Dissociation: A Relational, Neurobiological and Body-centered ApproachLearn more and register →
Complex trauma may show up in our offices in the form of clients who are experiencing relationship difficulties, feeling a lack of interest in the world, struggling to keep a job, or feeling like life isn’t worth living. Its treatment requires that therapists address not only the wound that was suffered, but also the strategies that folks have developed in order to survive.
Suicidal Ideation: A Trauma-Informed ApproachLearn more and register →
Suicidal ideation in clients reminds us of the reality that pain may be so deep and pervasive that someone would think of ending their life. It also raises questions of our legal and moral responsibility for the lives of others.
Fat Liberation 101: Essential Knowledge for TherapistsLearn 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.
Fat Liberation series, Part Two: Becoming a Fat Positive PsychotherapistLearn more and register →
Grappling with our anti-fat biases and beliefs is a process. This journey, though often uncomfortable, promises that we will feel more grounded in our work with clients who live in larger bodies, secure in the knowledge that we are actively challenging our own anti-fatness every step of the way.