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Healing from the Body Level Up™ (HBLU™) MODULE 1 Online Training: CLEARING TRAUMA AND HEALING PTSD (35 CEs). Stellar, Faster, Easier Therapeutic Results Come train with Dr. Swack, winner of the 2015 ACEP Award for Contribution to the Field of Energy Psychology! Online Training Saturdays: August 1, August 8, and August 15, 2020, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Register by phone, email or at our website: (800) 310-6549 | |


CLPP Reproductive Justice conference, April 3-5. Registration is open for the 34th annual Civil Liberties and Public Policy conference, “From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom,” April 3-5, 2020 in Amherst, MA. The conference features three days of workshops, trainings, and panels on a broad range of reproductive and social justice issues. Advance registration is required; fees are on a sliding scale. Please register here: This event is approved for 11 Social Work Continuing Education hours for relicensure.


Yoga-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Y-CBT). Y-CBT is a research based 6 session group treatment model that blends the strategies of CBT with simple chair yoga to effectively target both the cognitive and physical symptoms of anxiety simultaneously. Presenters: Julie Greiner-Ferris LICSW and Manjit Khalsa EdD authors of The Yoga-CBT Workbook for Anxiety,New Harbinger Publications. Upcoming Trainings: Introduction to Y-CBT: April 4: 9-12:30 pm Level 1: Elements of Y-CBT: May 30: 9-5 pm Level II: Practicum: May 31: 9-5 pm To Register: or 508.376.4525 Location: Yoga at the Ashram, Millis, MA For course information visit our website CEs available.


FREE, Accredited, Clinical Ed Workshops on the Invisible Wounds of War. Learn how to better serve those who have served in your community. Home Base will be offering a FREE, accredited, clinical training opportunity for health professionals uniquely positioned to improve access to mental health care for veterans and their families. Workshop dates are below. All are FREE to attend and will provide CEUs. Lunch will be provide as well. All training will be from 12PM-2PM. February 18, 2020: Worcester, MA March 16, 2020: North Shore, MA April 6, 2020: Hyannis, MA April 7, 2020: Boston, MA May 26, 2020: Westfield, MA To sign up for one of the above trainings, please indicate the date and location you would like to attend and email Joyce Donadio at Contact: Emma Morrison, Assistant Director of Education, Home Base,, 617-764-6512.


—MIP— The Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE. Wednesday February 5, 2020 at 7:30pm The Harvard Faculty Club 20 Quincy St. Cambridge MA 02138 EXPLORE PSYCHOANALYTIC TRAINING AND POSTGRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS A Panel of MIP Analysts, Candidates & Fellows Reflect on their Training Experiences and Respond to Questions • The Training Program in Psychoanalysis • The Postgraduate Fellowship Program • Stechler Child & Adolescent Therapy Fellowship Visit our website for details


A Map Through the Maze A Conference for Professional Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Providers. Alzheimer's Association A Map Through the Maze A Conference for Professional Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Providers May 20, 2020 DCU Center, Worcester, MA 30 Breakouts - 7 Unique Tracks - Networking with 800 Professionals - Social Work CEUs Registration opens March 1, 2020 For more information, visit


Spring Workshops in Bioenergetic Therapy at Shilo Farm in Eliot, Maine (just over the border from Portsmouth, NH). Rethinking Anger: A Bioenergetic Approach. Sat, April 18, 2020. Led by Terry Hunt, EdD & Laurie Ure, LICSW Body-Oriented Psychotherapy: Integrating Mind, Body & Spirit. Sat, June 6, 2020. Led by Susan Kanor, MA & Sarah Putnam, LMHC CEs offered & gourmet vegetarian lunch included. For more information and to register go to: Accepting applications for the certification training program in Bioenergetic Analysis, to begin Fall, 2020!


Continuing Ed at Therapy Training Boston. Workshops: Misery or Mastery: Documenting Medical Necessity for Psychotherapists with Beth Rontal 6.5.20 in Waltham or Zoom. Therapy with High Conflict Relationships: Disengagement to Divorce with Carol Becker & Sallyann Roth on 9.4.20 in Waltham or Zoom. From Ancient Wisdom to Contemporary Practice: Integrating Mindfulness and Yoga with Liz Brenner & Laura Orth on 10.23.20 in Waltham or Zoom. Movie & Discussion Nights on Zoom: Short Term 12 on 5.21.20 & Beautiful Boy on 6.11.20. Apply now for the Intensive Certificate Program in Family Systems Therapy 617-924-9255


Center for Mindfulness & Compassion Do your clients struggle with anxiety, depression, or other emotional distress that gets in the way of their well-being? Would you like to enhance your own health and well-being? Center for Mindfulness & Compassion offers programs, clinical treatments, professional trainings, and research that can help you or your clients thrive through mindfulness and compassion. We offer Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) courses, and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) Teacher Training as well as other programs and workshops. Visit or to learn more!


What is Narcissism? Susan Lynne Arnold shares knowledge from medical experts, as well as her own experiences presented in her book, Memoir of a Narcissist's Daughter. Thursday, March 5, 2020, 4:30 - 6:00 pm, Westwood Public Library (Conference Room) at 660 High Street, Westwood, MA 02090. Contact:


Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Fellowship Program. PINE Psychoanalytic Center is now accepting applications for the Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Fellowship Program for 2020-2021. This psychotherapy program is designed to enhance the individual professional development of clinicians who wish to deepen their clinical work. The program is limited to 8 Fellows to enhance discussion. There are 25 weeks of evening seminars with up to 50 continuing education credits and 30 hours of individual supervision with PINE faculty. For program brochure and application, contact Alice Rapkin at 781-449-8365 or

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