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Los Gatos

South Region Luncheon: "Substance Abuse and Dependence…"New" Information About an "Old" and Evolving Field"
Presented by: Mark Stanford, PhD
Friday, October 24, 2014 - 11:15am - 1:30pm
CE Credit: 1.5 hours
Fee: $26.00
Email: mail@scv-camft.org
Phone: 408-235-0210

Location:
Los Gatos Lodge
50 Los Gatos-Saratoga Blvd.
Los Gatos, CA 95008

About the Presentation:
Substance Use Disorders and the DSM V - what are the changes? Why should you care?
Medication update - what are new and current treatment options for substance abusing/dependent patients?
How does the private practice clinician understand when to refer to a higher Level of Care for Substance Abuse?

About the Presenter:
Mark Stanford, PhD (aka Dr. Neurosci) has been in the addictions treatment profession since 1976 and has direct clinical experience within the modalities of inpatient, day treatment, outpatient and medication-assisted treatment programs. He is currently the Director of Addiction Medicine and Therapy Services for a large county health & hospital system in California.

Dr. Stanford is also a clinical associate professor (affiliated) at Stanford University School of Medicine in Psychiatry, Behavioral and Addiction Medicine. He has taught Integrated Behavioral Pharmacology of Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders for over 25 years through the UC Berkeley Extension program. He provides consultations to state and local government and private healthcare agencies throughout California in the areas of system of care improvements, organizational infrastructure enhancements, and integrated behavioral health and primary care delivery systems.

Dr. Stanford is the author of over 30 articles and 3 books including the text, Behavioral Pharmacology of Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders, used by colleges and universities around the nation. He is also the chief editor and contributor of the Substance Use Disorders Grand Rounds newsletter with a readership of over 50,000 people.

Registration
Pre-registered: member - $26, non-member - $33
Walk-in: member - $33, non-member - $40
CEUs (1.5): $7 for member and non-member
Audit (no lunch): member - $10, non-member - $15

Register at our website: www.scv-camft.org


Los Gatos Lodge, 50 Los Gatos - Saratoga Blvd.
(Posted 08/11/2014)
Berkeley

Dance Therapy in Healthcare
Presented by: Shira Musicant, MA, LMFT, BC-DMT, SEP
September 12-14, 2014, 9:00am – 6:30pm
CE Credit: 25 hours
Fee: $480.00

The Center for Movement Education and Research

Dance/Movement Therapy in Healthcare: Prevention, Treatment and Aftercare

September 12-14, 2014  Berkeley, CA

This course has been approved by the American Dance Therapy Association as meeting the Alternate Route Requirements for the R-DMT credential and satisfies 25 hours of DMT Theory and Practice Training.  

This course meets the qualifications for 25 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (Provider #3888).  

This course is approved for 25 hours of continuing education for R-DMTs and BC-DMTs as required by the American Dance Therapy Association

Students taking the class for continuing education are excused from the required assignments other than attendance and participation.

Course Description:  This theory and practice course covers the role of dance/movement therapy in the prevention and treatment of illness, and in the maintenance of health and well being.  This course focuses on dance/movement therapy contributions to health and well being in response to the somatic, emotional and cognitive consequences of stress and trauma.  Dance/movement therapy in a medical context and as an adjunctive treatment for illness will be addressed as will the role of dance/movement therapy in coming to terms with treatment outcomes, creating new choices, and finding new meaning.  Self regulation, self expression, and self in relationship are all considered as fundamental to health and well being.  The specific attention throughout to body awareness, creativity, and attunement, will amplify aspects of dance/movement therapy theory and practice, as well as provide a foundation for a somatically oriented psychotherapy practice.

Course Objectives:  
1) Students will become familiar with the concepts of prevention and wellness in dance/movement therapy practice.  
2) Students will gain understanding of the cognitive, somatic and emotional impact of stress and trauma on health and well-being.
3) Students will develop an understanding of  the application of dance/movement therapy theory and practice in the treatment of illness in a medical context.  
4) Students will learn interventions, applicable both to clinical work with patients and preventive care with providers, that are grounded in the principles of dance/movement therapy and based in the concepts of health maintenance.

Dates & Time:  
September 12-14, 2014
9:00am – 6:30pm

Course Location:  Strawberry Creek Design Studio (near University and Sacramento St)

1250 Addison Street, Berkeley, CA 94702

Course Fee:  $480 for MFTs, and LCSWs attending the class for CEUs

A reduced fee of $400 will be offered to R-DMTs, BC-DMTS
Course Contact Hours:  25 Hours

Course Instructor:  
Shira Musicant, MA, LMFT, BC-DMT, SEP
a Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, and body centered psychotherapist. She has been licensed as a marriage and family therapist since 1984. With over twenty-five years of clinical experience, she has taught, led workshops, and published in the fields of dance/movement therapy and Authentic Movement. Shira has extensive hospital and agency experience with a range of psychiatric and medical patients, and is currently in private practice, working with people recovering from both developmental and acute trauma.

Application: http://www.movement-education.org/downloads/CMER_AltRoute2014_NoCal.pdf

For Information Contact:
Judy Gantz-CMER Director judy@cmer.info
(310) 600-0664
www.cmer.info

ENROLLMENT AND REFUND POLICY

Classes are only held if we have enough students to participate. We are a small organization so please be timely with sending in your deposits so we can insure the course is offered.

Tuition is determined by Course Hours. A 50% course fee deposit is due at the time an application is submitted. The deposit holds your place in the course. Deposits not used for a given course may be applied to other courses as long as cancelation happens TWO WEEKS BEOFRE the first day of the course. If a course is cancelled, your deposit will be returned.

Final payment is due two weeks before the course begins unless you have made special arrangements with CMER. Once you have paid the fee in full, you will receive copies of the syllabus and reading materials to help you prepare for the course. Selected texts will also need to be purchased to be used for interim assignments, papers and reading assignments.Refund Policy: The deposit holds your place in the course. Deposits not used for a given course may be applied to other courses within a ONE year period if the cancellation happens TWO weeks before class starts. There are no refunds for lack of attendance. If a course is cancelled, your deposit will be returned.CMER reserves the right to cancel classes due to insufficient registration. Final decisions regarding the status of each class are usually made two weeks before the scheduled start date. Before making flight arrangements, please contact CMER to be sure enough people have registered for the course. There is a $100.00 late fee if you DO NOT enroll four weeks before each course starts.  1250 Addison Street
(Posted 08/07/2014)
Berkeley

Dance Therapy in Healthcare
Presented by: Shira Musicant, MA, LMFT, BC-DMT, SEP
September 12-14, 2014, 9:00am – 6:30pm
CE Credit: 25 hours
Fee: $480.00

The Center for Movement Education and Research

Dance/Movement Therapy in Healthcare: Prevention, Treatment and Aftercare

September 12-14, 2014  Berkeley, CA

This course has been approved by the American Dance Therapy Association as meeting the Alternate Route Requirements for the R-DMT credential and satisfies 25 hours of DMT Theory and Practice Training.  

This course meets the qualifications for 25 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (Provider #3888).  

This course is approved for 25 hours of continuing education for R-DMTs and BC-DMTs as required by the American Dance Therapy Association

Students taking the class for continuing education are excused from the required assignments other than attendance and participation.

Course Description:  This theory and practice course covers the role of dance/movement therapy in the prevention and treatment of illness, and in the maintenance of health and well being.  This course focuses on dance/movement therapy contributions to health and well being in response to the somatic, emotional and cognitive consequences of stress and trauma.  Dance/movement therapy in a medical context and as an adjunctive treatment for illness will be addressed as will the role of dance/movement therapy in coming to terms with treatment outcomes, creating new choices, and finding new meaning.  Self regulation, self expression, and self in relationship are all considered as fundamental to health and well being.  The specific attention throughout to body awareness, creativity, and attunement, will amplify aspects of dance/movement therapy theory and practice, as well as provide a foundation for a somatically oriented psychotherapy practice.

Course Objectives:  
1) Students will become familiar with the concepts of prevention and wellness in dance/movement therapy practice.  
2) Students will gain understanding of the cognitive, somatic and emotional impact of stress and trauma on health and well-being.
3) Students will develop an understanding of  the application of dance/movement therapy theory and practice in the treatment of illness in a medical context.  
4) Students will learn interventions, applicable both to clinical work with patients and preventive care with providers, that are grounded in the principles of dance/movement therapy and based in the concepts of health maintenance.

Dates & Time:  
September 12-14, 2014
9:00am – 6:30pm

Course Location:  Strawberry Creek Design Studio (near University and Sacramento St)

1250 Addison Street, Berkeley, CA 94702

Course Fee:  $480 for MFTs, and LCSWs attending the class for CEUs

A reduced fee of $400 will be offered to R-DMTs, BC-DMTS
Course Contact Hours:  25 Hours

Course Instructor:  
Shira Musicant, MA, LMFT, BC-DMT, SEP
a Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, and body centered psychotherapist. She has been licensed as a marriage and family therapist since 1984. With over twenty-five years of clinical experience, she has taught, led workshops, and published in the fields of dance/movement therapy and Authentic Movement. Shira has extensive hospital and agency experience with a range of psychiatric and medical patients, and is currently in private practice, working with people recovering from both developmental and acute trauma.

Application: http://www.movement-education.org/downloads/CMER_AltRoute2014_NoCal.pdf

For Information Contact:
Judy Gantz-CMER Director judy@cmer.info
(310) 600-0664
www.cmer.info

ENROLLMENT AND REFUND POLICY

Classes are only held if we have enough students to participate. We are a small organization so please be timely with sending in your deposits so we can insure the course is offered.

Tuition is determined by Course Hours. A 50% course fee deposit is due at the time an application is submitted. The deposit holds your place in the course. Deposits not used for a given course may be applied to other courses as long as cancelation happens TWO WEEKS BEOFRE the first day of the course. If a course is cancelled, your deposit will be returned.

Final payment is due two weeks before the course begins unless you have made special arrangements with CMER. Once you have paid the fee in full, you will receive copies of the syllabus and reading materials to help you prepare for the course. Selected texts will also need to be purchased to be used for interim assignments, papers and reading assignments.

Refund Policy: The deposit holds your place in the course. Deposits not used for a given course may be applied to other courses within a ONE year period if the cancellation happens TWO weeks before class starts. There are no refunds for lack of attendance. If a course is cancelled, your deposit will be returned.

CMER reserves the right to cancel classes due to insufficient registration. Final decisions regarding the status of each class are usually made two weeks before the scheduled start date. Before making flight arrangements, please contact CMER to be sure enough people have registered for the course. There is a $100.00 late fee if you DO NOT enroll four weeks before each course starts.

1250 Addison Street?
(Posted 08/07/2014)