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Coping with Stress - A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program for Teens with Trauma

Description:

By age 18, more than 40 percent of adolescents report that they have experienced a traumatic event, such as rape or sexual abuse, the suicide of a loved one, physical abuse, a natural disaster, or have witnessed a violent event.

In this webinar, noted researchers and clinicians M. Kay Jankowski, Ph.D., and Harriet J. Rosenberg, M.A. from the Dartmouth Trauma Interventions Research Center will discuss an innovative approach to treating adolescents dealing with trauma.

Objectives:

After attending this web conference, you will be able to:

  • identify the incidence and prevalence of various types of trauma and PTSD in adolescents
  • describe the special challenges of identifying and treating trauma in adolescents
  • explain techniques for engaging and bringing adolescents to treatment
  • describe the role of the counselor as “coach” in helping adolescents master critical skills
  • show how the principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Restructuring are used in “Coping with Stress”
  • cite the evidence on the “Coping with Stress” program and the benefits of this approach to treating trauma in teens
  • identify resources that are available to help implement Coping with Stress: A CBT Program for Teens with Trauma.
Connections: Working with Clients to Explore the Power of Love, Belonging and Being Enough

Description:

In this Webinar, author and noted speaker Dr. Brené Brown talks about her passion for her program, Connections. This 12-session psycho-educational program helps people recognize shame as a universal experience and embrace authentic living as a foundation for shame resilience.

Along with Dr. Brown, two therapists and lead Connections facilitators, Robert Hillliker and Eric Williams, share examples of their extensive work with Connections.

Objectives:

After attending this web conference, you will be able to:

  • describe how Connections was created, including the research that went into program development.
  • explain the outcomes you’ll achieve by using the program.
  • list the Connection topics: defining shame; practicing empathy; exploring triggers and vulnerabilities; practicing critical awareness; reaching out to others; and creating, embracing and inspiring change.
  • describe the Connection components: the facilitator manual, detailed lesson plans, interactive client exercises and handouts, engaging reading assignments, the114 minute DVD and the CD-ROM with all client handouts.
  • give practical examples of how Connections has been implemented in a variety of settings.
  • find resources to help you implement and sustain Connection groups, including materials, training, and funding.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for PTSD:
A Webinar for Addiction Professionals

Description:

This presentation will give you the tools and resources to:

  • present basic information about PTSD and addiction
  • outline the research and development that went into this program
  • explain how mindful relaxation, flexible thinking and education can be combined to help patients heal from the impact of trauma in their lives
  • resolve common problems that arise in the use of cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • describe resources that are helpful in integrating treatment of addiction and PTSD
Credits

Two Continuing Education hours are available from NAADAC, and one from APA

Presenters:

Mark McGovern, Ph.D, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and of Community and Family Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School

Marty Harding, Director of Training and Development at Hazelden, moderator

Using a Brief Intervention to Motivate Clients to Get Help

Description:

Using a Brief InterventionTracy Stecker, Ph.D., a psychologist at Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center, shares her research and clinical experience in using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to motivate people with substance abuse or mental health disorders to seek treatment.

You will hear about her work with military personnel returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, patients in hospital emergency rooms, and clients who are seen in primary care offices. Most importantly, you'll learn how you can apply this evidence-based model of brief intervention to motivate your clients to get help.

Credits

Two CEs from NAADAC and 1 CE from APA are awarded for this presentation. An additional charge of $20.00 will apply for these Continuing Education credits.

Presenters:

Tracy Stecker, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor at the Psychiatric Research Center in the Department of Community and Family Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School. Dr. Stecker focuses on help-seeking behavior in individuals with mental illness.  

Marty Harding, Director of Training and Development at Hazelden, moderator 

Women, Addiction, and Trauma

Description:

Stephanie Covington

Dr. Stephanie S. Covington helps you apply her research on women, addiction, and trauma.

While research and clinical experience indicate a high incidence of trauma and co-occurring disorders in the lives of women and girls, clinicians often struggle with the realities of providing effective, integrated treatment. This web conference uses the construct of gender to delineate the principles and process of developing trauma-informed services.

Specific gender-responsive treatment strategies, designed for use in a variety of settings, are also discussed. Cognitive-behavioral techniques, expressive arts, and the principles of relational therapy are integrated in this strength-based approach, which is the foundation for all of Dr. Covington’s evidence-based curricula.

Resources:

Download these materials (PDFs) for better understanding of Dr. Covington's presentation:

Credits

CEUs are available for this Web conference. For more information, go to www.hazelden.org/onlinelearning

Presenters:

Stephanie S. Covington, Ph.D., L.C.S.W, is a clinician, organizational consultant, and lecturer. For over twenty-five years her work has focused on the creation of gender-responsive and trauma-informed services.

Marty Harding, Director of Training and Consultation, Hazelden Foundation, moderator

 
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