Three Therapeutic Models: Concepts and Demonstrations of Working with Traumatic Experiences: IFS, EMDR, AEDP (3CE)
April 27, 2018
1:00 - 4:30 PM
The Friday Afternoon Series, NESTTD's new and exciting program, will present three models of working with traumatic experiences: Internal Family Systems (IFS), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP). Each presenter will give an overview of her model followed by a live demonstration illustrating the concepts and interventions at the core of her approach. This will be followed by an open panel/audience discussion of the similarities, differences and benefits of each model. The three panelists are Suzanne Borstein, PhD (EMDR); Rina Dubin, EdD (IFS); and Molly Eldridge, LICSW (AEDP).
Suzanne Borstein, PhD, is an EMDRIA-Approved Consultant in EMDR as well as an EMDRIA-Approved Continuing Education Provider. She presents locally, regionally and nationally. Her private practice is in Cranston, RI, where she does individual and adjunctive therapy and leads EMDR consultation groups.
Rina Dubin has a private practice in West Newton, MA, where she sees individuals and couples and provides consultation to individuals, dyads, and small groups. She is a Trainer for Internal Family Systems and has been very excited about the expanded skill base that IFS and other therapies have brought into our work.
Molly Eldridge, LICSW, has been in private practice on Cape Cod for over 25 years. She utilizes many clinical models while specializing in AEDP. As a certified AEDP supervisor, she offers individual supervision and runs several training groups on Cape Cod and in the Boston area.
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