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 New England Society for the 
Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation

 

 

Upcoming Workshops

Upcoming events

    • 02 Dec 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library (National Heritage Museum) 33 Marrett Rd. Lexington, MA 02421
    Register
    December 2nd, 2017

    Mary Jo Barrett, MSW
    Morning Program

    "Relational Interventions: The Great Integration for Working with Complex Developmental Trauma" (3CE)


    Free for Members


    We’ve made important strides in our ability to help our clients overcome the symptoms of complex developmental trauma. Our strategies help  them learn new thinking and self-regulation skills, and even find a new sense of restored well-being.   Nonetheless,  do our interventions truly help address the symptoms that our clients experience in relationships with friends and  family,  and at work?

     

    Family and Couple Therapy is often the missing ingredient in our models of treatment. Once our clients leave the safe, rarified space we provide for  them in our treatment rooms, do they have the cognitive and self-regulating skills necessary to manage those relationships at home.  And as important, do their family members have the cognitive and self-regulating skills that they need to have healthy, non-traumatic relationships ?

     

    Learn  how to integrate systemic models of family, couple and relational therapy into effective treatment of complex –developmental trauma.



    Mary Jo Barrett, MSW

    Mary Jo Barrett is the Executive Director and founder of The Center for Contextual Change, Ltd. She holds a Masters in Social Work from the University of Illinois Jane Addams School of Social Work and has been  on the faculties of The  University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration, The Chicago Center For Family Health, and the Family Institute of Northwestern University. Previously, Ms. Barrett was the Clinical Director of Midwest Family Resource and has been working in the field of family violence since 1974.


    Ms. Barrett’s newest book, Treating Complex Trauma: A Relational Blueprint for Collaboration and Change, co-authored by Linda Stone Fish, published in June 2014. She has also  coauthored two books with Dr. Terry Trepper: Incest: A Multiple Systems Perspective and The Systemic Treatment of Incest: A Therapeutic Handbook. She co-created the Collaborative Change Model, a highly successful contextual model of therapy used to transform the lives of those impacted by abuse and/or traumatic events.  Her passion is teaching and supporting clinicians to recognize their own resources in order to  help clients discover their own resources.


    Her trainings and published works focus on the teaching of the Collaborative Change Model,  treatment for: family and couple violence; Complex Trauma; adult survivors of sexual abuse and trauma; eating disorders; couple therapy; Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Compassion Fatigue.


    Ms. Barrett provides consultations, workshops, courses and other training opportunities nationally and internationally to clinicians, social service professionals, lawyers, mental health staffs, psychotherapists, residential treatment facilities and governmental agencies.  Ms. Barrett founded the Family Dialogue Project, a mediation program which strives to redefine relationships within families that have been impacted by allegations of abuse or differences that appear irreconcilable.  Mary Jo’s dedication is to help those in which she works, both clients and professionals, to  find peaceful nonviolent resources, in order to manage the complexity of their lives

    Cancellation Policy for events: No refund is given if cancellation request is received within 1 week of event date. Prior to 1 week of event date a full refund will be made.
    • 02 Dec 2017
    • 1:15 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library (National Heritage Museum) 33 Marrett Rd. Lexington, MA 02421
    • 299
    Register
     
      December 2nd, 2017

    Mary Jo Barrett, MSW
    Afternoon Program
    "Collaborative Systemic Treatment  of  Family Violence" (3CE)

    THIS IS NOT AN INTENSIVE

     

    This program will illustrate the role of systemic interventions when violence either previously was, or currently is, happening in the family.  In "live" sessions with volunteer couples or families,  Ms. Barrett will demonstrate how to integrate the specific interventions she introduced in the morning program.


    Her model is a collaborative, resilience-oriented approach which helps families create healing plans that can provide lasting change.  She will give particular attention to how the therapist can work systemically, while  remaining  attuned and  co-creating secure, safe attachment with the family system.


    Attendance at the morning program is a prerequisite for this  afternoon event.

    Box lunches are available to pre-order for an additional $11.00


       

    Mary Jo Barrett, MSW

    Mary Jo Barrett is the Executive Director and founder of The Center for Contextual Change, Ltd. She holds a Masters in Social Work from the University of Illinois Jane Addams School of Social Work and has been  on the faculties of The  University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration, The Chicago Center For Family Health, and the Family Institute of Northwestern University. Previously, Ms. Barrett was the Clinical Director of Midwest Family Resource and has been working in the field of family violence since 1974.


    Ms. Barrett’s newest book, Treating Complex Trauma: A Relational Blueprint for Collaboration and Change, co-authored by Linda Stone Fish, published in June 2014. She has also  coauthored two books with Dr. Terry Trepper: Incest: A Multiple Systems Perspective and The Systemic Treatment of Incest: A Therapeutic Handbook. She co-created the Collaborative Change Model, a highly successful contextual model of therapy used to transform the lives of those impacted by abuse and/or traumatic events.  Her passion is teaching and supporting clinicians to recognize their own resources in order to  help clients discover their own resources.

    Her trainings and published works focus on the teaching of the Collaborative Change Model,  treatment for: family and couple violence; Complex Trauma; adult survivors of sexual abuse and trauma; eating disorders; couple therapy; Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Compassion Fatigue.


    Ms. Barrett provides consultations, workshops, courses and other training opportunities nationally and internationally to clinicians, social service professionals, lawyers, mental health staffs, psychotherapists, residential treatment facilities and governmental agencies.  Ms. Barrett founded the Family Dialogue Project, a mediation program which strives to redefine relationships within families that have been impacted by allegations of abuse or differences that appear irreconcilable.  Mary Jo’s dedication is to help those in which she works, both clients and professionals, to  find peaceful nonviolent resources, in order to manage the complexity of their lives

    Cancellation Policy for events: No refund is given if cancellation request is received within 1 week of event date. Prior to 1 week of event date a full refund will be made.
    • 03 Feb 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library (National Heritage Museum) 33 Marrett Rd. Lexington, MA 02421
      SAVE THE DATE
         February 3rd, 2018

    Anne Westcott, LICSW
    Morning Program
    FREE FOR MEMBERS


    Cancellation Policy for events: No refund is given if cancellation request is received within 1 week of event date. Prior to 1 week of event date a full refund will be made.
    • 01 Mar 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • 01 Apr 2018
    • 4:30 PM
    • TBA
    • 200

    Coming in March!


    FUNDAMENTALS of COMPLEX TRAUMA and DISSOCIATION


    Date and Location TBA

     

    This program is designed for graduate students and behavioral health and social service providers who are new to learning about and working with the complex trauma spectrum

    Morning and Afternoon Workshops



        

       

     1) the basic principles of staying proactively grounded as therapists working with Complex PTSD and Dissociative Disorders; and 2) the opportunity to explore and develop a toolbox of resources to assist with staying grounded. The workshop will include didactic material, experiential exercises, and demos.” 
    • 14 Apr 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library 33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA 02421
    • 300

    SAVE THE DATE!

    April 14th, 2018



     Dolores Mosquera, MA

    Practical Tools to Work with Dissociative Processes

     

     Full Day Program

    Specially discounted for MEMBERS


    In recent years, the subject of dissociation has been generating a great deal of clinical interest. Dissociative clients present a wide variety of symptoms, ranging from those that are overt and highly noticeable to those so extremely covert and subtle that they often go unnoticed--even to the trained therapeutic eye.  Some of the most obvious dissociative symptoms (amnesia, not recognizing the therapist, losing dual attention, reliving a past event as if it were happening in the here and now) can be puzzling for clinicians.

     

    This workshop will illustrate ways to work with both overt and covert dissociative processes. Clinicians will learn to identify the dissociative language and will be given tools to decipher the underlying messages.  Participants will also learn different grounding techniques and procedures to expand the window of tolerance.

     

    Various approaches used in a variety of complicated clinical situations when working with the system of parts will be illustrated through video examples.


    Dolores Mosquera is a psychologist and psychotherapist specializing in severe and complex trauma, personality disorders, and dissociation. Dolores is the director of the Institute for the Study of Trauma and Personality Disorders (INTRA-TP) in A Coruña, Spain­—a 3-clinic private institution initially founded in 2000 as LOGPSIC. She collaborates with two different Domestic Violence Programs, one focused on Women Victims of DV and another one on Males with Violent Behavior. She belongs to the Spanish National Network for the Assistance of Victims of Terrorism, and also collaborates with an organization aiding victims of emergencies, accidents, violent attacks, kidnapping and other traumatic incidents.

     

    Dolores has extensive teaching experience leading seminars, workshops, and lectures both nationally and internationally. She has published numerous books and articles on personality disorders, complex trauma, and dissociation, and is a recognized expert in this field. She also teaches in several Universities, and collaborates supervising Clinical Psychologists in postgraduate training programs from all over Spain.


    Cancellation Policy for events: No refund is given if cancellation request is received within 1 week of event date. Prior to 1 week of event date a full refund will be made.
    • 27 Apr 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Farr Conference Center at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library (National Heritage Museum) 33 Marrett Rd. Lexington, MA 02421
    • 40
      
    NEW FRIDAY AFTERNOON SERIES



    "Three Therapeutic Models: Concepts and Demonstrations of Working with Trauma: IFS, EMDR, AEDP (2CE)


      April 27, 2018
    1:00-3:30PM


     More Details to Come!


    Event will be held in the Farr Conference Center at the Scottish Rite Museum and Library (National Heritage Museum)
     33 Marrett Road (Rt 2A East) Lexington, MA


    Cancellation Policy for events: No refund is given if cancellation request is received within 1 week of event date. Prior to 1 week of event date a full refund will be made.

Past events

13 Oct 2017 NEW FRIDAY AFTERNOON SERIES: "Trauma, Attachment and the Body: An Introduction to Sensorimotor Psychotherapy" presented by Lana Epstein, MA, LICSW (2CE)
23 Sep 2017 Anna Salter, PhD, FULL DAY PROGRAM "Understanding the Psychology of Offenders and Victim-Perpetrator Dynamics: The Importance to Clinicians and Clinical Work with Victims" (6CE)
08 Apr 2017 Ruth Lanius MD, PhD : AFTERNOON INTENSIVE “The Therapeutic Process of Working with a Fragmented Self: Toward Communication and Wholeness”
08 Apr 2017 Ruth Lanius MD, PhD “Challenging Moments in Trauma Treatment: Working with Complex Dissociation“
18 Mar 2017 "Fundamentals of Complex Trauma and Dissociation"
25 Feb 2017 Lynn Sanford presents: "I Am Bad So I Do Bad: The Power of Shame"
03 Dec 2016 Deb Dana LCSW presents AFTERNOON INTENSIVE "Bringing Polyvagal Theory Into Your Clinical Practice"
03 Dec 2016 Deb Dana LCSW presents " The Rhythm of Regulation: Building Safety from a Polyvagal Perspective"
18 Sep 2016 Bruce Ecker LMFT and Sara K. Bridges PhD Present "Coherence Therapy: Training Intensive "
17 Sep 2016 Bruce Ecker LMFT and Sara K. Bridges PhD Present "Memory Reconsolidation in Psychotherapy: Utilizing the Innate, Core Process of Transformational Change"
02 Apr 2016 Constance Dalenberg, PhD, Intensive "Building Relationships and Regulation Skills in Dissociative Populations"
02 Apr 2016 Constance Dalenberg, PhD "Countertransference and Transference Crises in Working with Traumatized Clients"
12 Mar 2016 Fundamentals of Complex Trauma and Dissociation: What Every Clinician Needs to Know
30 Jan 2016 Joanne Twombly, LICSW Intensive
30 Jan 2016 Joanne Twombly, LICSW " Using Hypnotic Language to Make Your Interventions More Effective"
05 Dec 2015 Aline Zoldbrod, PhD, Intensive
05 Dec 2015 Aline Zoldbrod, PhD “Exploring the role of overt and developmental trauma in women’s desire, arousal and willingness for sex”
13 Sep 2015 Dan Hughes PhD, Intensive
12 Sep 2015 Dan Hughes, PhD, “The Challenges of Treating and Caring for Children Who Have Experienced Developmental Trauma: Understanding and Treating Blocked Trust and Blocked Care”
01 May 2015 Full Day workshop - Trauma and Contemplative Practice: Exploring the Territory (Co-sponsored by NESTTD)
22 Mar 2015 Anne Hallward, MD, Intensive *SUNDAY*
22 Mar 2015 Anne Hallward, MD - NEW DATE, DAY, AND TIME -SUNDAY Traumatic Silence and Shame: in the Victim, Perpetrator, Bystander Triangle
14 Mar 2015 Fundamentals of Complex Trauma and Dissociation: What Every Clinician Needs to Know
31 Jan 2015 Frank G. Anderson, MD “Meds and Meditation: Key Components to Healing Trauma"
06 Dec 2014 Stephen W. Porges, PhD "Connectedness as a Biological Imperative: Understanding trauma through the lens of the polyvagal theory"
18 Oct 2014 Elizabeth Bowman, MD Intensive
18 Oct 2014 Elizabeth S. Bowman, MD "How Trauma Shows Up in the Body: Recognizing, explaining, treating"
05 Apr 2014 Relentless Shame and Interpersonal Trauma: A Psychodynamic Exploration Informed by the Language of Dissociative Processes, Richard Chefetz, MD
04 Apr 2014 Richard Chefetz, MD Intensive - Working Through Impasse in Complex Trauma Treatments: A Multi-case Conference Focusing on Dissociation, Enactment, and Negative Therapeutic Reaction
15 Mar 2014 Essential Skills for the Successful Treatment of Complex Trauma and Dissociation, Suzanne Hoffman, PsyD
01 Feb 2014 Patricia Papernow, EdD Intensive
01 Feb 2014 The Complexity of Attachment Dynamics in Stepfamilies, Patricia Papernow, EdD
23 Nov 2013 Cece Sykes LCSW, Intensive
23 Nov 2013 An IFS (Internal Family Systems) Lens on Trauma, Risk-Taking and Addiction, Cece Sykes, LCSW
06 Oct 2013 Allan N. Schore, PhD Intensive
05 Oct 2013 The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy, Allan N. Schore, PhD, Full Day Event
20 Apr 2013 Essential Skills for the Successful Treatment of Complex Trauma and Dissociation with Suzanne Hoffman, PsyD
02 Mar 2013 Deborah Rozelle, PsyD, Intensive
02 Mar 2013 Deborah Rozelle, PsyD " Mindfulness, Meditation and Trauma: Finding a Path Toward Post-traumatic Growth, Resilience and Flourishing"
26 Jan 2013 Pat Ogden, PhD: Implicit Conversations, "Not Me" Self States and Dissociation: A Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Perspective
01 Dec 2012 Introduction to Dissociation with Suzanne Hoffman, PsyD
17 Nov 2012 Bethany Brand, PhD, Intensive
17 Nov 2012 "Assessing and Treating Psychotic vs. Dissociative Disorder Patients: What are the Differences?" Bethany Brand, PhD
13 Oct 2012 Christine Courtois, PhD, Intensive
13 Oct 2012 "Death in the Life of the Therapist" Christine Courtois, PhD, ABPP
05 May 2012 Steve Frankel, PhD, JD Intensive
05 May 2012 Steve Frankel, PhD, JD "Dancing with the Risks: Safe Steps, Tricky Steps, Landmines"
28 Apr 2012 Introduction to Dissociation with Suzanne Hoffman, PsyD
04 Mar 2012 Kathy Steele, MN, CS Intensive
03 Mar 2012 Beyond the Basics: Special Issues in the Treatment of Complex Developmental Trauma Disorders, Kathy Steele, MN, CS
03 Dec 2011 Trauma Experience Integration (TEI) with Complex Child and Adolescent Clients, Margaret E. Blaustein, PhD
17 Sep 2011 Maggie Phillips, PhD, Intensive
17 Sep 2011 Finding the Energy to Heal Trauma and Dissociation, Maggie Phillips, PhD
30 Apr 2011 Does Child Abuse Permanently Alter the Human Brain?, Martin Teicher, MD, PhD
02 Apr 2011 Introductory Workshop: Identifying and Treating Dissociative Symptoms in Clients with Complex Trauma Histories, Joanne H. Twombly, MSW
05 Mar 2011 Treating Complex Trauma: Optimal Integration of Treatment Models, Debbie Korn, PsyD
22 Jan 2011 Amy Banks, MD: Understanding the Neuroscience of PTSD: Clinically Useful Applications
26 Sep 2010 Diana Fosha, PhD, Master Class
25 Sep 2010 Diana Fosha, PhD: The Birth of Transformance, Transformational Theory and AEDP Work with Attachment Trauma
24 Apr 2010 Basic Workshop on Dissociation
20 Mar 2010 Frances K. Grossman, PhD; Anne Westcott, MSW, LICSW & Meg Striepe, PhD: "Working with Dissociation and Parts in Couples and Family Work: A Collaborative Model"
09 Jan 2010 Nancy Riemer, LICSW: "Creativity, Improvisation and Trauma Treatment: When there is no Road Map--finding your way home"
31 Oct 2009 Richard B. Gartner, PhD
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The Society offers four events per year:  Three half-day workshops offering 3 Continuing Education units and one full day workshop offering 6 Continuing Education units.

Our presentations are open to all members of the professional mental health community, including students and others interested in mental health issues.  Enrollment in the Intensives will be limited to licensed mental health professionals.


Half-day workshops are FREE to members. If you are not a member you may attend the workshop for a fee and register online or on site. There is a fee for the full-day workshop, however members pay a reduced rate. All Introductory Workshops, which are in addition to those mentioned above, charge a registration fee, regardless of membership status.


Half-day workshop rates:

  • Members: Free -- Pre-registration strongly encouraged. You may pre-purchase CEs by registering online
  • Regular Non-members: $60
  • Agency Employees/Retirees $45
  • Student/Agency employees/Retirees: $30
The cost for CEs is $25 for both members and non-members. CEs can be purchased at time of registration or on site at the meeting. 

For out of town guests the website Tour Lexington has some good information on travel to Lexington. http://www.tourlexington.us/gettingto.html

Below is a list of our upcoming events and links to register. **It is important to arrive to events no later than 8:45 a.m. to allow time to check in at the registration table.


The majority of our events take place at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library at 33 Marrett Rd in Lexington, MA.

Map to Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library

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Ashland, MA 01721

Phone: 508-964-2234
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