Do you ever feel overwhelmed when treating trauma? You’re not alone. In fact, you are part of a global community of dedicated, inspired clinicians.
This conference comes out of the visit to the United States by our colleague, Susan Gitau, PhD, from Kenya who is a powerful voice for traumatized and underserved populations in Kenya and a popular television personality. http://www.sgcfoundation.org.
It is a rare, one-day opportunity to see and hear experts like Susan Gitau, Judy Herman and others for whom alleviating intense emotional pain has been their life’s work. What are they doing? How do they do it?
Be uplifted and develop a global outlook on trauma treatment with talks and interactive conversations with the following experts:
- Christopher Germer, PhD
- Judith Herman, MD
- Susan Gitau, PhD
- Susan Pollak, EdD, MTS
- Barbara Hamm, PsyD
- Susan Gere, PhD
- Janet Yassen, LICSW
- Zayda Vallejo, BS, MLitt
- Omar Reid, PsyD
- L’Merchie Frazier
- and others…
1. Participants will be able to discuss modalities of Trauma Treatment in Kenya and beyond.
2. Participants will have an understanding of Trauma treatment and history in the West
3. Participants will be able to discuss trauma treatment from a cross-cultural perspective
4. Participants will be able to understand new models of treating trauma and explain why they are
Four Continuing Education (4 CE) credits available for psychologists, licensed mental health counselors, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and nurses.
Please click to register. A limited number of free tickets will be available for Lesley University students presenting IDs.