California Society for Clinical Social Work
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The American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work in joint sponsorship with The Sanville Institute and the California Society for Clinical Social Work Presents: Program: Whither Analytic Identity When Aging Interferes?
Presenter: Claire Allphin, MSW, PhD
You are invited to join us for a much needed presentation on a much avoided topic. What happens to therapists when we are no longer in demand, when newer therapists become more involved in our organizations and we need to step aside and make space for them, or we are not asked to take on roles we once filled with great interest and hard work? How do we gracefully leave the stage and continue to feel we are living meaningful lives? Our work is so significant to us that it is hard for many of us to think of retiring.
We hope this presentation will stimulate you to reflect on your thoughts and feelings as Dr. Allphin discusses her own reactions to these issues. She believes this last stage in our careers and our lives can be a lonely process, given the lack of models, due to the unique experience each of us has when facing illness and death. Our choice to continue working contains the real possibility that our patients may experience the sudden loss of us, or have to deal with our illness as we continue to work in our later years. Dr. Allphin’s thoughtful and deep reflections on these themes will offer us the opportunity to think together about how we affect our patients when we continue to practice late in life. This presentation and conversation is relevant to all ages and all stages of your career. Your personal reflections and case examples will be very welcome.
About the Presenter: Claire Allphin, MSW, Ph.D, is a Clinical Social Worker and Jungian Analyst in Oakland, California. She is a member and past president of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco and past president of the North American Council of Jungian Analysts, and current Secretary of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. She has published papers on supervision, aging and analytic identity, mutual influence in the analytic relationship, ethics in the analytic relationship, complexities and transferences in organizations, and envy in the transference and countertransference. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: 120 Commonwealth Ave., (Between Euclid & Geary) S.F., CA. 94118 (bus-lines: #38 Geary and #1 California)
Costs: Program cost $15. (Cash or check to NIPER) No one turned away for lack of funds.
CEUs: 2.5 CE credits offered to LCSW’S, MFT’S, and Psychologists by the Sanville Institute: BBS CE
Provider #PCE 272 for LCSWs and MFTs The Sanville Institute is approved by the CPA OPD to sponsor continuing education for psychologists in California and maintains responsibility for this program and its content. CPA PAS SAN 150. CEU Cost $15. (Cash or Check to Sanville Institute)
Seating is limited: please RSVP by E-mail: email@example.com
Coffee & refreshments provided
Presenters: Kathryn (Kathy) Rudlin, LCSW and Evangelia (Litsa) Anthis, Psy.D
Schema Therapy, developed by Dr. Jeffrey Young, is an integrative, creative, well-researched therapeutic approach for healing deep wounds and replacing entrenched behavior patterns with new and successful coping strategies.
In the 25 years since its inception ST has evolved tremendously, and is now an evidence based therapy that is the gold standard for treating individuals with borderline personality disorder in the Netherlands. The integrative nature of the model, it’s theoretical depth and practical applicability has proven that it is conceptually robust and effective in helping a wide range of individuals.
This presentation shares our passion for Schema Therapy through education about the conceptualization and strategies, experiential examples, role-plays, client cases and more.
*In addition, the presentation offers resources to learn how to provide Schema Therapy, ways to earn additional CEU’s while learning about the model, and information to become a Certified Schema Therapist.
About the Presenters:
Kathy is the Advanced Certified Schema Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer/ Director of the ISST Approved California Schema Therapy Training Program. She is also author of " Ghost Mothers: Healing From the Pain of a Mother Who Wasn’t Really There"
Litsa Anthis is the co-director, along with Kathy, of the California Schema Therapy Training & Certification Programme.
PLEASE NOTE: NEW TIME - STARTING JANUARY 5, 2019, THE SAN DIEGO DISTRICT PROGRAMS WILL TAKE PLACE ON THE FIRST SATURDAY MORNING OF EACH MONTH, FROM 10-12 NOON, AT OUR PRESENT JFS LOCATION.
CEUs: 1.5 CEU hours for LCSW’.s, MFT’, and LPC’s. Note: Registered Associate Clinical Social Workers -- as long as your supervisor approves participation, you can now use CEs toward LCSW hours
The San Diego Chapter of CSCSW holds its meetings on the first Saturday of the month from 10am to 12 noon at the Jewish Family Service building, 8788 Balboa Avenue in Kearny Mesa. Meetings begin with a half hour of mingling, networking, and community building, followed by our program. CEU programs meet the requirements for 1.5 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LPCCs, and LCSWs as specified by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences; CEUs are FREE to our members.
District Main Point of Contact: Ros Goldstein | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Presenter: Wendy Ashley, Psy.D., LCSW
SUMMARY OF PRESENTATION: This presentation is aimed at engaging participants in raising critical consciousness, accountability, and empowerment around issues of diversity, privilege and power. It explores some of the challenges of navigating through the complexities of intersectionality with clients and its impact on clinical work. This presentation will clarify the meaning of the concepts, provide case examples, offer information about diversity, power, privilege and intersectionality and will also facilitate a dialogue on the importance of utilizing intersectionality as a tool to increase equity and improve effectiveness in practice. Participants will be provided with strategies to apply workshop content to support client empowerment, promote social justice and to embrace intersectionality in micro, mezzo and macro practice settings. This workshop is designed to assist mental health clinicians and students at all levels of experience and licensure in enhancing their abilities to increase cultural competence, humility, accountability and efficacy in their practice. The goal is to teach, inform and encourage mental health practitioners to provide appropriate clinical services to clients with varying intersectional identities. There will be ample time for discussion throughout the workshop.
Wendy Ashley, Psy.D., LCSW is an Associate Professor and the Associate Chair of the California State University at Northridge’s Masters of Social Work program. Dr. Ashley received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) from Ryokan College and her MSW from the University of Southern California. She has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 1998 and has over twenty years of social work experience in the areas of community mental health, child welfare and addiction recovery. Dr. Ashley is the author of multiple publications, speaks at conferences nationwide and internationally, maintains a private practice and provides training for multiple community agencies. Research interests include treatment models for working with African American and Transgender clients, effective trauma interventions, creative engagement of involuntary clients, the impact of power and privilege on macro and micro practice, and child welfare. She is passionate about promoting social justice, and infuses an intersectionality lens in her teaching, practice and research.
Dr. Ashley can be reached at: Wendy.Ashley@csun.edu Website: drwendyashley.com
Gloria Gesas, LCSW | 818-990-1053 | email@example.comTanya Moradians Ph.D, LCSW | 818-783-1881 | firstname.lastname@example.org
ATTENDANCE AND CEU INFORMATION: All are welcome and may attend at minimal charge. Members and students are encouraged to attend for free. Members earn 2.0 CE credits at no cost. Non-members are charged $10 attendance fee. Credits for non-members is $20 for 2.0 CE credits.
All disciplines are welcome. Members and students are encouraged to attend for free. Members earn 2.0 CE credits at no cost. Beginning March 1st, non-members will be charged a $10 fee for admission and $20 a unit for 2 CEUs. BBS has approved CEUs for LCSW, LMFT,LPCC.
Light refreshments are provided. Bring your flyers, brochures and business cards for networking and socializing. ASWs and Interns with the approval of your supervisors, can use these educational credits toward your hours.
To register and to sign up for membership or for more information contact email@example.com or Call 650 460-9210.
Online RSVPs are preferred
Presenter: Elisheva Dorfman, LMFT
Elisheva Dorfman (or Ellie) graduated from USC with her Masters in Family Therapy in 2008. She interned at the Homebound program (for adults with agoraphobia and other anxiety disorders) at the San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, as well as at Jewish Family Services family and adolescent division. She also interned for a year at UCLA's anxiety disorders program. She is currently in private practice where she specializes in the treatment of feeding and eating disorders for children, adolescents and adults. She is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders and is also a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. She has extensive training in body image work and works with clients with body dissatisfaction, body dysmorphia or body image concerns. She is one of 3 clinicians in Los Angeles who is trained in Family Based Treatment for Eating Disorders (aka the Maudsley Method) which is the gold-standard for treating eating disorders in children and adolescents. She also specializes in early childhood feeding and works with families with pediatric feeding challenges, such as picky eating, weight concerns, food hoarding, over-eating, under-eating, and selective eating. She lectures and writes extensively on evidence based early childhood feeding practices and is passionate about helping parents raise children who are body-positive and have healthy relationships with food.
CEUs: 2.0 CEU hours for LCSW’.s, MFT’, and LPC’s. Note: Registered Associate Clinical Social Workers -- as long as your supervisor approves participation, you can now use CEs toward LCSW hours
PLEASE NOTE THIS MEETING WILL BE HELD ON A SUNDAY.
Parking: There is ample street parking on Sundays.
Nadia Aquino | firstname.lastname@example.org (Greater LA District Coordinator)
Lizabeth Thompson | email@example.com (Greater LA District Coordinator)
Information will be posted as it becomes available.
Presenter: Lisa Falls, LPCC
About the Presenter:
The San Diego Chapter of CSCSW holds its meetings on the first Thursday of the month from September through June from 6:00 to 8:00 at the Jewish Family Service building, 8788 Balboa Avenue in Kearny Mesa. Meetings begin with a half hour of mingling, networking, and community building, followed by our program. CEU programs meet the requirements for 1.5 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LPCCs, and LCSWs as specified by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences; CEUs are FREE to our members.
Save the Date for the SAC/DAVIS District Law & Ethics Conference
More information will be provided as it becomes available.
Presenter: Lois Ingber, LCSW,
Presenters: Amy Abrams, MSW, & Marnie Hanna, LCSW
CSCSW | P.O. Box 60937, Palo Alto, CA 94306 | 650-460-9210 | firstname.lastname@example.org