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Berkeley

Dance/Movement Therapy with Children and Adolescents
Presented by: Linda Aaron-Cort, MA BC-DMT
Nov 15-16 & Dec 6-7, 2014 - 9:00am - 5:30pm
CE Credit: 30 hours
Fee: $550.00

How can approaches in Dance/Movement Therapy be used with individuals and groups for early intervention with young children through adolescence?

Dance/Movement Therapy with Children and Adolescents will review DMT theories specific to clinical populations of children and adolescents as well as to typically developing children. Students will apply dance/movement therapy interventions through experiential participation and learn approaches to use with individuals and groups. The class will teach about early intervention with young children through adolescence and short and long term objectives for application in different clinical settings with children and adolescents. Students will develop an understanding of typical childhood development as well as childhood/adolescent disorders that inhibit growth and wellness and learn how to design and facilitate a dance/movement group that is developmentally sound.   

Go to web site to enroll:www.cmer.info

Strawberry Creek Design Studio
(Posted 10/02/2014)
San Rafael

Parenting Coordination - Helping High-Conflict Parents Resolve Post-Separation Disputes
Presented by: Joan B. Kelly, Ph.D.
December 4-5, 2014 from 9:00am to 4:30pm
CE Credit: 12 hours
Fee: $550.00

Parents with continuing disputes and litigation about their children following divorce, present difficult problems for courts, lawyers, and mental health professionals, and increase their children’s risk of adjustment problems. For Parenting Coordinators, Special Masters, mediators, custody evaluators, lawyers, divorce counselors, therapists and other professionals who work with high-conflict families. Please register on our website: www.ncmc-mediate.org. Early registration discounted fees available.

175 N. Redwood Drive
(Posted 09/25/2014)
Tustin

Thomas Ogden and Friends: Ogden’s Perspective on the Writings of Significant Psychoanalytic Theorists
Presented by: Steven Roman, Psy.D., MFT, Psychoanalyst & Steven M. Harris, PhD
Fridays 1:30-3:00 Nov. 7-Dec 19 (part one) Jan 9-Feb 13 (part 2)
CE Credit: 9-18 hours
Fee: $200.00
Email: cfaroleroman@gmail.com
Phone: 714-730-7846
Meets Fridays: 1:30-3:00pm. Part One: November 7, 14, 21, December 5, 12, 19 (9 CEUs).  Part Two: January 9, 16 23, 30, February 6 & 13 (9 CEUs). The focus of this course will be to offer psychotherapists, interested in developing or enhancing their understanding of psychoanalytic theory, an opportunity to examine the writings of various significant theorists in the field directly and through the perspective of contemporary psychoanalytic writer, Thomas Ogden. Theorists to be examined through Ogden’s mind will include Freud, Winnicott, Fairbairn (part one), and Searles, Bion, Loewald (part two).  Participants will also be encouraged to bring their cases for discussion to assist in the potential application of the course material to their own work.  Fee $200 for each 6-week section, $185 if pre-paid by Friday October 3rd.  Applicants are not required, but encouraged to attend both sessions.

Instructor: Steven Roman, PsyD, MFT, Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst, Facilitator/Discussant: Steven Harris, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, Certified in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy & Jungian Psychology.


17821 E. 17th Street #260
(Posted 09/14/2014)