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9/26/2016

Simmons College School of Social Work. Please join us for our PhD information session on November 10th at 6:00 pm. The information session is a great opportunity to learn more about our PhD program by meeting the Director, Faculty and current students. To RSVP to attend our information session, please visit http://www.simmons.edu/sswinfo Now accepting applications for fall 2017. ssw@simmons.edu - 617-521.3939 - http://www.simmons.edu/ssw Boston, Massachusetts.

9/26/2016

Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) Seminar. NCCDP Course, "Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Seminar" coming to Worcester, MA on October 12, 2016. Beechwood Hotel from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Earn 7.0 CEU's and become eligible to apply to become a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP). Contact: www.facebook.com/farringtonconsulting or email at farringtonconsulting1@gmail.com.

9/23/2016

Simmons College School of Social Work. Please join us for our PhD information session on November 10th at 6:00 pm. The information session is a great opportunity to learn more about our PhD program by meeting the Director, Faculty and current students. To RSVP to attend our information session, please visit http://www.simmons.edu/sswinfo Now accepting applications for fall 2017. ssw@simmons.edu - 617-521.3939 - http://www.simmons.edu/ssw Boston, Massachusetts.

9/12/2016

Child Assault Prevention Program/Newton, Needham, Brookline. Child Assault Prevention Program (CAP), K-5 curriculum addressing verbal, physical, known person sexual assault. Empowers with important life skills. Begins 10-15. 19 CEs. Contact: Gail Sommer, Director, gsommer@familyaccess.org.

9/12/2016

Healing from the Body Level Up (HBLU) Level I Workshop (28 CEU's). Are you an innovator? Are you a life-long learner? If so, this training is for you. Taught by Judith A. Swack, PhD, Winner 2015 ACEP (Assoc. for Comprehensive Energy Psychology) Award for Major Contribution to the Field of Energy Psychology. Wed, Oct 19 to Sat Oct 22, 2016 9AM to 6PM, Needham MA Special One-Day Add-On: History Trauma: Learn how to heal PTSD! Sun, Oct 23, 2016 9AM to 6PM, Needham MA Register by phone, email or at our website: 800.310.6549, info@hblu.org, hblutraining.com.

9/12/2016

Substance Use and Abuse: Implications for Parenting. SUBSTANCE USE AND ABUSE: IMPLICATIONS FOR PARENTING Whether a GAL, attorney, mental health professional or PC, this is a must conference. The effects of substance (ab)use are felt by the whole family. You will learn what you need to know about substance (ab)use and its effect on families and parenting. Featured Speakers: The Honorable Beth A. Crawford, Presiding Judge, Franklin Country Family Drug Court; MGH Center for Addition Medicine; A. Eden Evins, MD, MPH; Maratha Kane, Ph.D. & James McKowen, Ph.D. Friday November 18, 2016, 8:30 – 4:30 Massachusetts Medical Society at Waltham Woods, Waltham, MA CEU Credits Applied for.

9/8/2016

Psychodynamic Couple and Family Institute of New England presents When Things Get Hot or Not: Countertransference to the Erotic in Couple Therapy. Presenter: Suzanne Iasenza, Ph.D. Saturday, October 29, 2016; 9:00 am - 4:30 pm; Sherman Auditorium, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, East Campus This program will focus on a variety of "hot" topics, such as kink, BDSM, polyamory,and internet pornography use, with an emphasis on countertransference. At points, Dr. Iasenza will make use of case vignettes, prepared ahead of time by designated audience members. She will also show sexually explicit video material. Finally, she will discuss ways to transform complex feelings about the erotic to enhance the therapeutic process in working with couples. Fees: PCFINE Member $95 Non-Member $150 Student (with ID) $50 Registration form can be downloaded at www.pcfine.org. For information about PCFINE and program, call the office at 781-433-0906 or visit the website at www.pcfine.org. Email: pcfine1934@gmail.com.

9/7/2016

The Cape Cod Model Free Workshop & GISC Open House For Individual, Couples & Family Therapists. October 14, Wellfleet • December 9, Watertown • 10am-1pm Earn 3 free CEU’s, and be introduced to the Cape Cod Model©, a unique and highly impactful intervention model for working with individuals, couples and families. Developed at GISC, Wellfleet, Cape Cod, it has been taught and implemented globally for more than three decades. The Cape Cod Model goes beyond positive psychology and strengths-based practices to engage the competence of the client or client system, while utilizing the power of awareness as a foundation for change. In this short workshop, led by GISC faculty Sharona Halpern, LMHC, and Stuart Simon, LICSW, you will learn and practice the basics of this model and experience how it can enhance your therapeutic impact. APA, NASW-MA, and MMCEP/ MaMHCA CEUs are available. Whether you have experience with contemporary Gestalt practice or not, this program will offer a new approach and insights that will boost your effectiveness and renew enthusiasm for your practice. To sign up or to learn more, email office@gisc.org, call 508.349.7900, or register online for “Free Workshop” at www.gisc.org/register.

9/1/2016

Hospice and Palliative Care Social Worker Hallmark Health VNA and Hospice, Malden, MA. Part-time with benefits The Hospice and Palliative Care Social Worker is responsible for providing direct social service to Hallmark Health Hospice clients/family. The Social Worker is also responsible for evaluation of peer competency in collaboration with management. This positions functions as an integral member of Hallmark Health Hospice multidisciplinary team. The Social Worker assists the health care team in understanding social/psychological factors related to client care. The Hospice and Palliative Care Social Worker interacts appropriately with staff, physicians, and other departments to meet client/family needs Requirements: •Master's Degree in Social Work with LICSW. •2-4 years of social work experience with concentration in Hospice, Oncology, or related field. •Knowledge of psychosocial factors relating to chronic and terminal illness and bereavement issues. Hallmark Health VNA and Hospice is positioned to meet patient needs today and into the future. Interested persons should contact: Wendy E. Krawczyk, HR Manager by emailing your cover letter and resume to: wkrawczyk@hallmarkhealth.org Hallmark Health VNA and Hospice, Inc. 178 Savin St., Suite 300 Malden, MA 02148 www.hallmarkhealthhomecare.org Hallmark Health VNA and Hospice is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

8/31/2016

Sun. Oct 23: Focusing on What Matters: Happiness as a Mindful Practice. 10a.m.-4:30 p.m.at the Arlington Center 369 Mass Ave Arlington 6 CEs We are a problem-oriented culture, one that pays most attention to what is wrong in our lives. We spend far less time paying attention to all the positives– the experiences in which we feel most alive, the times we have been resilient in the face of adversity, the encounters when we feel joy.In this workshop, we will explore how Focusing (a process which you will be taught) can be used to enhance and deepen your “positivity.” Joan Klagsbrun, Ph.D. Contact: 617-924-8515 joanklag@mac.com.

8/29/2016

EMOTIONALLY FOCUSED COUPLE THERAPY TRAINING. 4-day Externship in EMOTIONALLY FOCUSED COUPLE THERAPY, Nov 2-5, Wellesley. A research-proven roadmap for helping couples repair and reconnect. Early-bird rate. 28 CEs. www.newenglandeft.com.

8/25/2016

“Comprehensive Family Treatment of Substance Abuse: Forty Years Later” University of NH, Department of Social Work to offer a continuing education workshop. October 28, 2016, 9am-4:30pm. Location: UNH School of Law, 2 White St., Concord, NH. Room 282 Presenter David Treadway, PhD. Dr. Treadway presents a workshop that updates our understanding of addiction and how best to utilize a family therapy model with which to treat it. Registration online: https://chhs.unh.edu/sw/continuing-education-program-0 Approved by NH-NASW 6 Category I CEU's #3250/LADC. $125/$110. Armida Geiger, Administrative Assistant 603-862-0215, armida.geiger@unh.edu.

8/5/2016

HBLU Level I WORKSHOP (28 CEU’s) Are you a life-long learner? Are you an innovator? If so, this training is for you. Developed by biomedical research scientist Judith Swack, PhD, HBLU is a holistic psychotherapy system that integrates Energy Psychology techniques (including EFT) with original research. Learn how to rapidly eliminate phobias, negative emotions and limiting beliefs, resolve internal conflicts, install boundaries and completely clear loss and violence trauma. Taught by Judith Swack, PhD in Needham MA October 19 - 22, 2016. Register 800.310.6549 | info@HBLU.org | www.hblutraining.com. Contact: karen@hblu.org.

8/5/2016

"After so much damage, after so much trauma...there is a lot of LIFE." - Brenda Myers-Powell, 12th Annual Through Her Eyes Girls Conference Keynote Speaker. The horrors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation are not distant — they are real issues faced by local girls and young women. CHD is proud to host a conference of educators, social workers, and thought leaders as we share the most current and effective practices in helping girls face personal and social dangers. Please, join us on October 21, 2016 for this powerful day of speakers and workshops. chd.org/ThroughHerEyes to learn more. Contact: bsutherland@chd.org.

8/5/2016

Boston University School of Social Work Professional Education Program has launched the fall schedule of seminars , workshops and certificate programs. New this year , an Online Motivational Interviewing Certificate; a series for Macro practitioners and Administrators; beginning with Elise Ecklecamp's September seminar.The face to face Certificate in CBT taught by Dan Beck, as well as many daylong CBT . Phillipe Copeland is also sharing his very important work in a seminar about Mass Incarceration. Please visit our website bu.edu/ssw/pep or call 617-353-3756 or email pepssw@bu.edu.

8/3/2016

Bioenergetic Basics: Introducing the Core Concepts and Basic Techniques of Bioenergetic Therapy in 6 full day sessions. Increase your effectiveness - learn body based techniques to use in your practice! Bioenergetic Therapy is a highly effective therapeutic approach that combines work with the body and the mind in the context of a therapeutic relationship to help people change at a deep level. This workshop is designed to give professionals in the healthcare field some basic functional knowledge of Bioenergetics through lecture, demonstration, and experiential processes. Bioenergetic theory and techniques will be taught and participants will have the opportunity to practice the techniques. The meetings will also include Bioenergetic exercise classes and demonstrations of Bioenergetic psychotherapy sessions. New brain research on the impact of trauma validates the importance of somatic processes to resolve deep wounds. Bioenergetic has many tools that can be very effective with even the most difficult traumas. Location: Cambridge, MA Dates: 9/24/16, 11/5/16, 12/3/16, 2/4/17, 3/4/17, 4/1/17 each day: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM 36 CEUs Leaders: Susan Kanor, MA, CBT*, International Trainer, IIBA; Peter Fernald, PhD, CBT, International Trainer, IIBA; Laurie Ure, LICSW, CBT, Local Trainer, MSBA; Stephanie Shelley, LICSW, CBT; & other local teaching staff members. (*CBT = Certified Bioenergetic Therapist) For fees & application go to: www.massbioenergetics.org.

8/3/2016

North Shore Center for Hoarding & Cluttering and The School of Social Work at Salem State College Present a Major Professional Educational Opportunity Hoarding Disorder: Advancing Understanding & Interventions Interventions September 29th & 30th, 2016 DoubleTree by Hilton Boston North Shore Danvers, MA 9/29 - Two Half Day Intensives 9/30 - Full Day General Conference w/Keynote Featuring Nationally Recognized Faculty in the Field! SOCIAL WORK CEU’S INCLUDED IN COST! Register: http://tinyurl.com/nshoarding Questions? Contact Marnie Matthews 978-624-2207 or mmatthews@nselder.org.

8/3/2016

Bioenergetic Basics: Introducing the Core Concepts and Basic Techniques of Bioenergetic Therapy in 6 full day sessions. Increase your effectiveness - learn body based techniques to use in your practice! Sponsored by The Massachusetts Society for Bioenergetic Analysis, www.massbioenergetics.org Cambridge, MA 9/24/16, 11/5/16, 12/3/16, 2/4/17, 3/4/17, 4/1/17 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, 36 CEUs Leaders: Susan Kanor, MA, CBT*, International Trainer, IIBA; Peter Fernald, PhD, CBT, International Trainer, IIBA; Laurie Ure, LICSW, CBT, Local Trainer, MSBA; Stephanie Shelley, LICSW, CBT; & other local teaching staff members. (*CBT = Certified Bioenergetic Therapist) To apply & for more info go to: www.massbioenergetics.org Cost: $825 if paid in full by Sept.17, $900 if paid in 2 payments Bioenergetic therapy is a highly effective therapeutic approach that combines work with the body and mind in the context of a therapeutic relationship to help people change at a deep level. This workshop is designed to give professionals in the healthcare field basic functional knowledge of Bioenergetics through lecture, demonstration, and experiential processes. Bioenergetic theory and techniques will be taught and participants will have the opportunity to practice the techniques. The meetings will also include Bioenergetic exercise classes and demonstrations of Bioenergetic psychotherapy sessions. Program for psychotherapists and social workers who want to add somatic work to their practice.

8/2/2016

Riverside: Imagine working for an award-winning, non-profit organization offering mental healthcare, developmental and brain injury services, youth and early childhood programs, addiction treatment, trauma response, and more. At Riverside you can make a difference in the lives of individuals, families, and communities by delivering compassionate, locally-based, integrated care. Now Hiring: Home Based Family Services Clinical Supervisor, Senior Intensive Care Coordinator, Urgent Care Clinician, Social Worker – Early Intervention, Clinical Supervisor – The Guidance Center Family Services, and more.... Contact: www.riversidecc.org/careers.

8/2/2016

Physician Health Monitoring Associate (4 days per week) Physician Health Services (PHS), a comprehensive Physician Health Program in Waltham, MA is dedicated to improving the health, well-being, and effectiveness of physicians and medical students.  Our program provides confidential outreach, assessment, intervention and consultation for a range of concerns including substance use, behavioral/mental health issues, stress, burnout, physical illness and problematic workplace behavior. Working with PHS physician directors, the Physician Health Monitoring Associate will manage a caseload of monitoring clients with health-related issues, and confer with stakeholders invested in the well-being of the client, to support and maintain the health and professional viability of the client. Working with the Director, the PHS management team, the client’s treating clinician(s) and institution, the PHM Associate will implement formal monitoring contracts and agreements, and direct the client to the necessary evaluative and therapeutic resources. Visit the Physician Health Services website at www.physicianhealth.org for additional information about PHS. You may click on the link in the job posting to confidentially submit a letter of interest and CV to apply for this position. We offer a competitive salary and benefits program. The Massachusetts Medical Society is an EOE: Minorities, Females, Vets and Disabled.

7/27/2016

Therapy Training Boston provides continuing education that refuels and inspires. We are offering a short course, three workshops and four movie + discussion nights this fall. Workshops: Misery or Mastery: Documenting Medical Necessity Using Behavioral Language and Solution Oriented Questions on September 30 with Beth Rontal, LICSW and Liz Brenner, LICSW; Trauma, Attachment Disruption and Narrative Therapy: Cross-cultural Trauma Treatment on October 21 with Hugo Kamya, PhD, MSW; Working with "Blended" Family Relationships on December 9 with Patricia Papernow, PhD. Short Course: Monthly Master Series in Couple Therapy: Seven More Approaches to Interviewing with Corky Becker, PhD and six master couple therapists discuss and demonstrate their work-family systems, IFS, AEDP, EFT, high conflict divorced couples, narrative therapy- with role play couples on the first Wednesday evening of the month from November to May. Movie + Discussion Nights: learning from facilitated discussions about the films Spotlight-September 8, Amy-October 13, The Danish Girl-November 15 and Room-December 8. Monthly supervision groups. Contact us with questions or see the web site for details. Contact: 617-924-9255 or liz@therapytrainingboston.com or www.therapytrainingboston.com.

7/27/2016

ARE YOU BOLD ENOUGH TO MOBILIZE COMMUNITIES? Across issues, parties, and borders, when we learn from different perspectives instead of dismissing them, everybody wins. When you’re tough enough, you can shape the future of public policy, foster communication, and bring people together. DEMONSTRATED CAREER ENHANCEMENT: Wheelock College's Nonprofit Leadership master's degree and graduate certificate programs will prepare you to take on leadership roles in nonprofit organizations and NGOs. APPLY NOW FOR FALL ADMISSION: wheelock.edu/nonprofit

7/25/2016

Assisted Living Strong: Mass-ALA Conference & Tradeshow. STRONGER COMMUNITIES, STRONGER SENIORS. Share ideas and business cards with hundreds of colleagues and vendors at Assisted Living Strong. With concurrent workshops in topics such as technology and innovation, new overtime rules, resident sexual activity, falls prevention, and workplace violence, this is your one-stop shop for senior living education! October 27, DCU Center, Worcester. Register now at www.massalfa.org/conference. Contact: http://www.massalfa.org/education-events-listing/2016-conference-registration.

7/13/2016

“You Come to Us Endangered”:* Legacies of Community Trauma, Narratives of Healing and Resilience (*Ta-Nehisi Coates) by Riverside Trauma Center. Presentations: Addressing Community Mental Health in the Wake of Civil Unrest by Vetta Sanders Thompson, PhD; Clinical and Community Responses to Collective Trauma by Jack Saul, PhD; Clinical Implications of Islamophobia and its Impact Beyond the Muslim Community by Waheeda Saif, LMHC. 9/22/16; Natick, MA. Pre-registration required; $141 per person. Application for 5.5 hours CEUs submitted (jhuynh@riversidecc.org). www.riversidetraumacenter.org.

6/28/2016

Mindfulness Workshop.  Making Mindfulness Stick with Children, Teens, & Families - a workshop with Dr. Christopher Willard, bestselling author and psychologist, on mindfulness with multiple populations in a variety of settings…therapeutic, educational, medical, and more. Friday September 23rd in Bedford, NH. For details, registration, and early bird discounts: www.nhpaonline.org.

6/22/2016

Rolling Admissions for PINE Fellowship Program for 2016-2017.  The PINE Psychoanalytic Center now has rolling admissions for the Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Fellowship Program for 2016-2107. Information at www.pineanalysis.org or call 781-449-8365. Email: office@pineanalysis.org.

6/10/2016

Salem State University - MSW Saturday Program.   A unique cohort-model program designed for people working in the human services & related fields *Complete your degree in three years by taking two classes each fall, spring & semester on Saturdays *Field education sites complement the trauma-informed curriculum & at least one of your field education options may include your current employer *Integrated practice with an essential mix of clinical & selected macro skills for leadership and management Applications due October 2, 2016 Classes begin January 2017 www.salemstate.edu/mswsaturday. Contact: Brenda Vitale @ bvitale@salemstate.edu.

5/6/2016

Parenting Journey Join the thousands who have already trained in this innovative curriculum.  A trauma-informed, research-driven model, proven to help parents be strong, confident nurturing caregivers. Training Benefits: *Earn up to 30 CEU credits in only one week. *Get the skills you need to run your own groups. *Cost $800 *Located in Somerville, MA Upcoming 2016 Trainings June 13-17 Learn More Online www.parentingjourney.org, 617-628-8815.

4/28/2016

PINE Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Fellowship Program. . PINE Psychoanalytic Center: NEW Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Fellowship Program in 2016-2017 http://www.pineanalysis.org/content/clinical-fellowship-program. 781-449-8365; office@pineanalysis.org.

4/19/2016

LICSW positions available at Riverway Counseling Associates in Medford, MA. . RCA is a private mental health practice with a 20+ year history of providing the highest quality out-patient treatment. Only candidates 3 years post licensure and skilled in (and enjoy) treating children and adolescents should apply. Clinicians will be included on many practice-wide insurance contracts. Full and part time positions are available with flexible hours and very competitive compensation. Contact riverwaycounseling@verizon.net or fax to 781 391 5566.

4/19/2016

BUSSW's Professional Education Program is offering a NEW Certificate Program Online: Motivational Interviewing with Dr Eric Devine. Also check out our CBT course online with Dan Beck and our face to face certificate progam on working with couples with Dr. Mark Gianino. Contact: www.bu.edu/ssw/pep.

4/14/2016

Psychodynamic Couple & Family Institute of New England "One Affair, Many Divorces: The Cascading Effect of infidelity" presented by Red Well Theater Group Saturday, 14, 2016, 1:00-4:00 pm. Social hour from 4:00-5:00 pm to meet our faculty and trainees, share some food and drink, and learn about the Couple Therapy Training Program. The First Church in Belmont, Unitarian Universalist, 404 Concord Avenue, Belmont, MA The Red Well Theater group presents a dramatic reading of Dinner With Friends by Donald Margulies. Dinner With Friends, winner of the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service of New York. An audience discussion and clinical commentary relevant to couple therapy will follow the play reading. Cast Gabe Justin Newmark Karen Barbara Keezell Beth Belinda Friedrich Tom Ron Goldman Discussant Eleanor Counselman Moderator Robert Schulte. Contact: 781-433-0906; www.pcfine.org; pcfine1934@gmail.com.

4/14/2016

Parenting Journey: Join the thousands who have already trained in this innovative curriculum. A trauma-informed, research-driven model, proven to help parents be strong, confident, nurturing caregivers. Training Benefits: •Earn up to 30 CEU credits in only one week. •Get the skills you need to run your own groups. •Cost $800 •Located in Somerville, MA Upcoming 2016 Trainings May 9-13 • June 13-17. Contact: www.parentingjourney.org, 617-628-8815.

4/11/2016

Healing from the Body Level Up (HBLU) Level I Workshop (28 CEU's). Are you an innovator? Are you a life-long learner? If so, this training is for you. Taught by Judith A. Swack, PhD, Winner 2015 ACEP (Assoc. for Comprehensive Energy Psychology) Award for Major Contribution to the Field of Energy Psychology. Wed, Aug 3 – Sat, Aug 6, 2016 9AM to 6PM, Needham MA Special One-Day Add-On: History Trauma: Learn how to heal PTSD! Sun, Aug 7, 2016 9AM to 6PM, Needham MA Register by phone, email or at our website: 800.310.6549 info@hblu.org hblutraining.com.

4/6/2016

LADAC certified LICSW. • Work as member of a collaborative team • Provide culturally sensitive assessment, consultation and intervention utilizing DSM4TR. • Evaluate crisis situations and apply appropriate interventions • Individual and group therapies • Ability to work independently. • Good knowledge of psycho-pharmacology Please email your resume to resumes@bnhc.org.

4/6/2016

Therapy Training Boston provides continuing education that refuels and inspires. Workshops: May 6 The Psychotherapy of Psychopharmacology: What Every Clinician Needs to Know! with Frank Anderson, MD; June 7 & 8 Introduction to the Internal Family Systems Model with Richard Schwartz, PhD; September 30 Misery or Mastery: Documenting Medical Necessity with Behavioral Language and Solution Oriented Questions with Beth Rontal, LICSW and Liz Brenner, LICSW; October 21 Working with Clients in "Blended" Family Relationships with Patricia Papernow, PhD. Courses: Intensive Certificate Program in Family Systems Therapy: Working Well with Families, Couples, Individuals and Larger Systems starting September 16. Meets monthly on Fridays. Attend a group informational interview to learn more. Facullty: Liz Brenner, LICSW, Corky Becker, PhD, Caroline Marvin, PhD and Charlie Verge, PhD. Monthly Master Series in Couple Therapy: Seven More Approaches to Interviewing; Faculty: Corky Becker, PhD, David Mars, PhD, Carlos Sluski, MD, Robin Duetsch, PhD, Richard Schwartz, PhD and Shiri Cohen, PhD. Movie and Discussion Nights: May 26 Inside Out, June 2 The Hunting Ground, September 8 Spotlight. Events are held in Watertown, Newton and Cambridge. Contact: www.therapytrainingboston.com 617-924-9255 liz@therapytrainingboston.com.

3/14/2016

MIP POSTGRADUATE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM. Cambridge and Pioneer Valley Applications reviewed as they are received. Final application deadline August 15 THE STECHLER CHILD AND ADOLESCENT THERAPY FELLOWSHIP Application deadline May 31 www.mipsa.org • T: 617-469-2777 • reachmip@gmail.com Fellowships include: • Small seminar setting • Multiple psychoanalytic perspectives on psychotherapy • Membership in MIP • Case presentations with in-depth discussion from contemporary creative perspectives • Discussion of a wide range of practice issues • Professional education credits.

3/14/2016

Red Well Theater Group presents "One Affair, Many Divorces: The Cascading Effect of Infidelity" on Saturday, May 14, 2016, 1:00-4:00 pm at the First Church in Belmont, Unitarian Universalist, 404 Concord Avenue, Belmont, MA. A Social Hour, 4:00 - 5:00 pm will follow. Meet our faculty and trainees, share some food and drink, and learn about the Couple Therapy Training Program. Cast: Robert Schulte, MSW, Barbara Keezell, LICSW, Ron Goldman, Ed.D., Justin Newmark, Ph.D., Belinda Friedrich, MSW, and Eleanor Counselman, Ed.D., CGP. An audience discussion and clinical commentary relevant to couple therapy will follow the play reading. "Dinner With Friends," winner of the 2000 Pulitizer Prize for Drama, is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service of New York. Registration form can be downloaded at www.pcfine.org. Social Workers may telephone the PCFINE office for CE information. PCFINE Members $40; Non-Members $45; Grad Students with ID $25. For information about PCFINE and this program, call the office at 781-433-0906 or e-mail pcfine1934@gmail.com.

3/14/2016

BE PART OF THE SOLUTION: Apply now to the Addictions Counselor Education Program at UMass Boston. BE PART OF THE SOLUTION: Apply now to the Addictions Counselor Education Program at UMass Boston. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, "the demand for substance abuse trained social workers will increase by 23%."Earn recertification CEUs, expand clinical skills, MA licensure preparation, and improve career options. New summer course – Gambling: The Hidden Addiction. Courses are offered evenings and weekends at 6 locations: One Beacon St, Boston (new location); UMass Boston campus; Brockton; Framingham; Plymouth; Springfield. For more information: caps.umb.edu/acep or call 617.287.5489.

3/14/2016

BU SSW's CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN WORKING WITH ADOLESCENTS. Beginning April 20, 30 CECs 6 - 9 PM Rick Cresta, LICSW, MSW, MPH; P/T Clinical Assistant Professor CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN THE ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF COUPLES Beginning June 27, 20 CECs June 27 - July 1, 9 AM - 1 PM Mark Gianino, PhD, LICSW; Clinical Associate Professor, BUSSW; Private Practice ONLINE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS Beginning May 25, 30 CECs 7:30 - 9 PM Daniel Beck, LICSW, LLC; Lecturer, BUSSW Contact Us! 617-353-3756 e pepssw@bu.edu @BUSSWPEP.

3/14/2016

PINE Psychoanalytic Center. NEW Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Fellowship in 2016-2017 http://www.pineanalysis.org/content/clinical-fellowship-program Upcoming Scientific Meeting comparing psychoanalytic, psychodynamic, and cognitive behavioral therapy on 5/7/16 http://www.pineanalysis.org/content/scientific-meetings. Contact: 781-449-8365; office@pineanalysis.org.

3/4/2016

Healing from the Body Level Up (HBLU) Level I Workshop (28 CEU's) . Are you an innovator? Are you a life-long learner? If so, this training is for you. Taught by Judith A. Swack, PhD, Winner 2015 ACEP (Assoc. for Comprehensive Energy Psychology) Award for Major Contribution to the Field of Energy Psychology. Wed, Apr 6 – Sat, Apr 9, 2016 9AM to 6PM, Needham MA Special One-Day Add-On: History Trauma: Learn how to heal PTSD! Sun, Apr 10, 2016 9AM to 6PM, Needham MA. Register by phone, email or at our website: 800.310.6549 info@hblu.org hblutraining.com.

2/22/2016

Join Us for an Exciting Workshop on Mindfulness. May 13 & 14 (12 CEs). Sponsored by NH Psychological Association. Join us for an exploration of the roots, complexity, neuroscience, and clinical applications of mindfulness. Dr. Ronald Siegel and other experienced teachers. For details and early bird rates: www.nhpaonline.org. Contact: office@nhpaonline.org.

2/5/2016

Parenting Journey Facilitator Training: Join the thousands who have already trained in this innovative curriculum. A trauma-informed, research-driven model, proven to help parents be strong, confident, nurturing caregivers. Training Benefits: • Earn up to 30 CEU credits in only one week. • Get the skills you need to run your own groups. • Cost $800 • Located in Somerville, MA Upcoming 2016 Trainings: May 9-13 • June 13-17 Learn More Online: www.parentingjourney.org.

2/4/2016

We make a difference - in your community and in your career. Imagine working for an award-winning, nonprofit organization offering mental healthcare, developmental and brain injury services, youth and early childhood programs, addiction treatment, trauma response, and more. At Riverside you can make a difference in the lives of individuals, families, and communities by delivering compassionate, locally-based, integrated care. Now Hiring: Home Based Family Therapist, Domestic Violence Clinical Coordinator, Home Based Family Services Clinical Supervisor, Emergency Services Clinician, and more. Phone: 781-320-5368.

2/4/2016

PINE Psychoanalytic Center: Mini-seminars in psychoanalytic learning and Psychotherapy Fellowship Program.  Mini-seminars in psychoanalytic learning February-May 2016: http://www.pineanalysis.org/content/offerings-psychoanalytic-learning and Psychotherapy Fellowship Program September 2016-May 2017: http://www.pineanalysis.org/content/clinical-fellowship-program. Phone: 781-449-8365.

2/1/2016

Therapy Training Boston provides continuing education that refuels and inspires helping professionals.  We are offering a course, five workshops and four movie + discussion nights this spring: Narrative Therapy: Study and Practice Group with Corky Becker, Phd on seven Thursday evenings starting March 10; Avoiding Bad Family Meetings: Lessons From a Family Therapist and Family Member with Liz Brenner, LICSW on March 4 ; Trauma and the Internal Family Systems Model with Richard Schwartz, PhD on March 22 & 23; Sex Four Ways: Men and Women, Gay and Straight on April 1 with Rick Miller, LICSW, Judi Zoldan, LICSW and Annette Demby, LICSW; The Psychotherapy of Psychopharmacology: What Every Clinician Needs to Know with Frank Anderson, MD on May 6 and An Introduction to the Internal Family Systems Model with Richard Schwartz, PhD on June 7 & 8. We are accepting applications now for our Intensive Certificate Program in Family Systems Therapy which meets monthly and starts September 16. Group informational interviews are required to determine if the course is a good fit for you. Join the conversation at Movie + Discussion Nights in our new space in Watertown. We will be learning from our co-hosts each other and the following films: 3/24 Ida, 4/21 Still Alice, 5/26 Inside Out, 6/18 The Hunting Ground. Hope to see you soon! www.therapytrainingboston.com.

2/1/2016

Narrative Practice Workshop - March 18-19, 2016 in Boston The Center for Narrative Practice believes that critical, skilled attention to narrative and storytelling, in all of its forms, can be learned and practiced, and can change the way people communicate, teach, and learn. This is an introduction to the theory, methods, and applications of narrative practice. Participants will study with professionals from diverse fields, disciplines, and backgrounds. 12 CEUs Social Work, 12 CME hours Physicians. Faculty includes Bryan Doerries (Theater of War), Nellie Hermann (Season of Migration), and Maura Spiegel (Program in Narrative Medicine). Information and registration: http://www.narrativepractice.org/workshops_about.html. Phone:-857-488-3515. Email: info@narrativepractice.org.

1/28/2016

Training for Adoption Competency (TAC) Adoption Journeys, in partnership with the Mass Adoption Resource Exchange (MARE) is offering a 12-module comprehensive course for clinicians interested in furthering their knowledge of adoption-related issues and enhancing their skills in working with families formed through adoption. We know that adopted people are significantly represented in all human service settings from corrections to outpatient mental health services to residential treatment programs. (NASW; 72CEU/MPA; 72CE/LMHC pending) Location: Greenfield Savings Bank Time: 9am – 4:30pm 325 King Street, Northampton, MA 01060 Dates: 4/1/16; 5/6/16; 6/3/16; 7/1/16; 8/5/16*; 9/9/16*; 10/7/16; 11/4/16; 12/2/16; 1/6/17; 2/3/17; (3/3/17) Location: Adoption Journeys Time: 9am to 12:30pm 85 Franklin Street, Suite #4, Needham, MA 02794 Dates: Apr. 14 & 28, 2016; May 12 & 26, 2016; Jun. 9 & 23, 2016; Jul. 14 & 28, 2016; Aug. 11 & 25, 2016; Sept. 8 & 22, 2016; Oct. 13 & 27, 2016; Nov. 10 & 24, 2016; Dec. 8 & 22, 2016; Jan. 12 & 26, 2017 and Feb. 9 & 23, 2017 Cost: $1,299 includes all 12 modules, handouts, evaluation materials & participation in 6 case consultation sessions **Payment plans are available. For Further Information Contact:Ashley Quartochi at Child & Family Services774-488-5019 or aquartochi@cfservices.org TAC is a program of CASE (center for adoption support education).

1/15/2016

Visit bu.edu/ssw/pep for exceptional continuing education courses and certificates. We have online and face to face certificate programs available this Spring and some day long trainings The NEW Certificate Program in the Treatment of Trauma is offered again this Spring, as is Rick Crest's Certificate Program in the Treatment of Adolescents and Dan Beck's Certificate in CBT. A three half -day course in "What to do after Social Work' will be facilitated by Dr Jeanie Martin. Please contact us @ 617-353-3756 or sswpep@bu.edu of bu.edu/ssw/pep Good luck with your licensing updates.

1/15/2016

ALS – Hope, Discovery, Treatment: A Clinical Symposium for Health Care Professionals Friday, April 8, 2016 Burlington Marriott, Burlington, MA. CEUs: Nursing, Social Work, Certified Case Managers. Certificate of attendance for Allied health Professionals. For more information and to register go to http://webma.alsa.org/site/Calendar?id=200367&view=Detail.

1/15/2016

Join the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council for: The Power of Questions: Inquiry with Impact~ Questions and the way they are asked have the potential to transform your clients’ interactions, informing how they approach, view, and engage with others, particularly those with whom they deeply disagree. Date: May 6, 2016 Time: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Where: Clark University, Southborough, MA Tuition: Early bird $250, $280 after March 18 Presented in partnership with the Public Conversations Project **CEUs available** See www.massclc.org to register and for more information. Contact: executivedirector@massclc.org.

1/12/2016

LGBT Elders in an Ever Changing World 5th Annual Conference A one-day event focusing on interdisciplinary practice and policy for working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender older adults and caregivers. Friday, March 18th, 2016 Salem State University School of Social Work Marsh Conference Center Featuring Keynote Speaker: Rev. Irene Monroe - Nationally renowned writer, speaker, theologian, African American and LGBT activist. 4.5 CEUs Nursing, Social Work, Certified Case Manager Registration open January 15th, 2016 at www.RegOnline.com/LGBTelders2016. Contact: cchirco@nselder.org.

1/6/2016

Program I--Deconstructing Impasses: A Road Map for Couple Therapy, Michele Scheinkman, LCSW, presenting, Friday, March 4, 2016, 2:00 -- 5:00 p.m., Macht Auditorium,  , The Cambridge Hospital Michele Scheinkman will present an overview of her road map for couple therapy, integrating intrapsychic and systemic approaches. She will introduce the concept of the "vulnerability cycle" as a basic tool to help the therapist delineate, track, and transform impasses in couple relationships. Using a case presentation and video clips, she will demonstrate how the therapist moves sequentially, considering interactional, structural, intrapsychic, and intergenerational dimensions of the couple's dynamics and presenting problems. Program II--Rekindling Intimacy in Couple Therapy: An Integrative Multicultural Framework, Michele Scheinkman, LCSW, presenter, Saturday, March 5, 2016, 9:30 am -- 4:30 pm Michele Scheinkman will offer integrated conceptual and clinical framework that orients the couple therapist on how to reach beyond the partners' mutual defensiveness and move them from disengagement to connection. She will describe the conditions and relational processes needed for all couples to sustain intimacy over time, tolerating its ebb and flow. Clinical examples, videotapes, and ongoing dialogue between Ms. Scheinkman and the audience will be central to the day. Contact: 781-433-0906; pcfine1934@gmail.com.

1/6/2016

Brockton Neighborhood Health Center has openings for the following positions in our Behavioral Health Department:  Behavioral Health Patient Navigator coordinates access to community-based behavioral health services; facilitates communication among providers empowers patients to participant in their healthcare. Social Work Case Manager for Behavioral Health provides crisis consultation, support and linkage services, advocacy, education, interventions, counseling, and information to increase access of services, enhance wellbeing and facilitate self-care. Mental Health Clinician – full time or fee for service -- part of a diverse treatment team to coordinate and deliver cost-effective mental health services for patients. BNHC is an approved NHSC loan repayment site. For more details, go to www.bnhc.org BNHC is an Equal Opportunity employer. Email: resumes@bnhc.org.

1/4/2016

Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Clinical Social Worker, Child/Adolescent Psychiatry.  Psychiatry The CSW will assist Child Psychiatry service in clinical management of children/adolescents in outpatient clinic. Act as lead SW for new community program that aims to address child and adolescent mental health issues in our community by partnering with community institutions for both intervention and prevention/education efforts. MSW and current MA license are required. 3 years post-graduate experience in working with children and families in a mental health setting preferred. www.nwh.org/careers 3006461.

12/7/2015

Psychodynamic Couple and Family Institute of New England is sponsoring the following programs: Deconstructing Impasses: A Road Map for Couple Therapy--Friday, March 4, 2:30-5:00 p.m. Rekindling Intimacy in Couple Therapy: An Integrative Multicultural Framework--Saturday, March 5, 9:30 am-4:30 pm.  Presenter: Michele Scheinkman, LCSW Location: Macht Auditorium, The Cambridge Hospital Michele Scheinkman will present a road map for couple therapy that integrates intrapsychic and systemic approaches. she will demonstrate how she uses the construct of the Vulnerability Cycle to untangle impasses and rekindle intimacy in diverse clinical situations. The two programs provide an integrated model for couple therapy. Although each program stands on its own, we strongly encourage participants to attend both. To register, please download format our website: www.pcfine.org. For further information call 781-433-0906 or e-mail pcfine1934@gmail.com.

12/7/2015

The Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis (MIP) OPEN HOUSE PSYCHOANALYTIC TRAINING.  TRAINING A panel of MIP analysts, candidates, and fellows reflect on their training experiences and respond to questions from those who are curious about psychoanalytic training and practice Wednesday February 3, 2016 7:30 to 10:00 p.m. Harvard Loeb House, 17 Quincy Street, Cambridge Parking is available MIP offers four comparative programs in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Contact: 617-469-2777, reachmip@gmail.com.

10/30/2015

It's Not Easy, It's Just Worth It. Earn Your Military Counseling Certificate Working with Returning Veterans and Their Families.  This post-baccalaureate certificate program will teach you how to establish relationships with vet

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