Jayme A. Shorin LICSW and Robin Zachary LICSW
THE POWER OF TRAUMA GROUPS IN THE PROCESS OF RECOVERY
Friday Afternoon Series, November 8, 2019
1 pm - 4:30 pm
Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library
33 MarrettRoad, Lexington, MA 02421
$65 for members, $75 for non-members, $30 for students
Online Registration is now closed. Walk-ins Welcome!
About the program: Group therapy is a powerful modality in healing from trauma. Participants in this workshop will learn: 1) the ways in which these groups can both enhance and accelerate the process of healing from trauma; 2) when to refer an individual client to such a group and 3) which kind of trauma group is a good match for the treatment phase their client is in. The presenters will also speak about coordinating individual and group therapy, how groups differ from and enhance individual therapy and why groups can be so transformative in the healing process. This presentation by two outstanding and highly experienced trauma group therapists will include didactic, experiential exercises, demonstration groups, and discussion.
Jayme ShorinLICSW is currently the Team Leader of The Victims of Violence Program at Cambridge Health Alliance, which has been her professional home for the past thirty years. During her tenure at the VOV, Jayme has led and supervised trauma groups across the stages of recovery including; Trauma and The Body, The Trauma Recovery Group, Safety and Self Care Group, Stress Management Groups for Trauma survivors, and Ongoing Psychotherapy Groups for Women with Multiple Trauma histories.
Jayme has presented locally, nationally and internationally on various aspects of the treatment of trauma. She is currently an adjunct professor at the Boston College School for Social Work and Field Faculty at the Smith College School for Social Work. She maintains a private practice in Cambridge MA, and is trained in IFS and Sensorimotor modalities.
Robin Zachary LICSW is currently the Trauma Specialist at the Psychiatric Access Service of Cambridge Health Alliance. Her duties there include developing and supervising trauma informed groups for patients attending the partial hospitalization program at the PAS, and providing trauma informed consultation and supervision to its staff and trainees. Prior to her PAS position, Robin was on staff at The Victims of Violence Program at Cambridge Health Alliance for twenty five years, where she served as VOV Co-Clinical Coordinator and VOV Group Program Coordinator, during which she created and supervised the POWER group and the Yoga & PTSD group, and led and/or supervised the Safety and Self Care group, the Trauma Information Group, The Stress Management Group, and The Trauma Recovery Group.
Robin has presented locally, nationally and internationally on the treatment of trauma, particularly on group work and on the treatment of dissociative disorders. She has lectured at Lesley College and Simmons School for Social Work. She maintains a private practice of both therapy and consultation in Brookline, MA, and is trained in IFS, Sensorimotor, Hypnotherapy, EMDR, and Neurofeedback modalities.
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