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Napa/ Sonoma District Meeting

  • Friday, October 17, 2014
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Kaiser Department of Psychiatry 3554 Round Barn Blvd, Santa Rosa 95403

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CALIFORNIA SOCIETY FOR CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK

NAPA/SONOMA DISTRICT 

Presents 

 

Make Your Job Easier:  Effective Psychotherapy Facilitates Self Adaptability – Skills and Co-Guided Experiences from the Brain-Mind-Body Self Adaptability Frame”

 

Presented By: Adrianne  Casadaban, Ph.D

 

Overview: 

This presentation of my groundbreaking dynamic Brain-Mind-Body Self Adaptability Frame is designed to start clinicians immediately using practical psycho-education, co-guided corrective experiences, and skills.  This understanding can help psychotherapists plan and carry out additional components of a treatment plan which address more complex psychotherapy needs of clients with multiple or difficult-to-treat diagnoses or who have not responded to single method work, such as those including complex trauma, ADHD, dissociative, manic, disordered personality, severe anxiety/panic/phobic, developmental/attachment trauma, and addictive-like-conditioned symptoms/problems.

Goals/ Objectives:

1. As a result of this course participants will be able to describe at least 4 broad types of self adaptive experiences to stabilize clients– both lessening symptoms and increasing strengths.

2. As a result of this course participants will be able to name at least 3 ways of facilitating clients to shift/build desired future adaptations and/or improved executive functioning integration and/or regulation.

3. As a result of this course you will be able to identify at least 4 broad ways to facilitate clients to co-guide their own adaptability to release, reprocess, and/or now meet-needs of original experiences stuck responding in maladaptive or unwanted ways to conditions/stimuli of the present, past, or anticipated/desired future.

About the Presenter: 

Adrianne received a B.A. in Psychology at The Catholic University of America. She later went on to get her Ph.D. in Psychology, Social specialty, at Stony Brook University (formerly called The State University of New York at Stony Brook). She did a Post Graduate Certificate – Sports Performance Psychology at John F. Kennedy University and later trained with Creative Dimensions In Management (Iris Martin ), whose psychological approach became the model for executive coaching. She has been a Licensed Psychologist, Clinical Specialty #PSY7178 in California since January 1982. Visit Adrianne's website or view her publication Brain, Mind, Self: Framework to Sustain a Healthy Self.

This course meets the qualifications for 1.5 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LPCCs, and LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Members earn credits at no cost. Credits for non-members are $15.00 per meeting. All are welcome to attend at no charge (no CEU certificate). MSW students are especially encouraged to attend. 


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