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Understanding and Helping Traumatized Clients: An Interpersonal Neurobiology Perspective

  • Friday, November 18, 2016
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Palo Alto Medical Foundation, 795 El Camino Real, Palo Alto

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Mid-Peninsula District Meeting

Mid-Peninsula District Coordinators:

PresenterJoan Fisch LCSW

Program Description: Trauma disrupts the capacity to effectively regulate emotion. Emotional dysregulation makes it difficult to have satisfying relationships and to form and maintain a positive sense of self. In this presentation Joan will provide a neurobiologically based understanding of emotional regulation and dysregulation. Using numerous clinical examples she will talk about ways therapists can help clients learn to more effectively regulate their emotions. The concepts will be relevant for all clinicians regardless of their practice setting.

Learning Goals:

  1. Develop an understanding of the relationship between the capacity for emotional regulation, secure attachment, emotional well-being.
  2. Develop an understanding of how traumatic experiences disrupt the ability to effectively regulate emotion.
  3. Develop an understanding of the principles of trauma treatment and interventions that restore the capacity for emotional regulation.
About the Presenter:
Joan Fisch LCSW is a clinician, consultant and teacher. She has a private psychotherapy practice in Menlo Park. Joan has taught at the Sanville Institute in Berkeley, Santa Clara University Center for Professional Development, Schools of Social Welfare at UC Berkeley and San Jose and for several years, was an adjunct clinical faculty member with the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine. She has been a continued contributor to the California Society of Clinical Social Workers and serving as a long standing member of the Ethics Committee.

Workshop Logistics:
The meeting room is on the third floor next to the cafe with free parking below the building. Take the Main Elevator. Meeting time is 12-2:00 PM with the first 15 minutes reserved for signing in and networking. The presentation starts at 12:15 PM following announcements. 1.5 CEUs will be offered for LCSWs - members earn credits at no cost. Credits for non-members is $15 per meeting.

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