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4/24/2019

2019 Conference of the International Experiential Dynamic Therapy Association (IEDTA) New Frontiers in Experiential Dynamic Therapy (EDT). Thur.-Sat., Sept. 26-28, 2019 Hyatt Regency, Boston, MA Co-sponsors: William James College & Washington School of Psychiatry EDT refers to a group of psychodynamic psychotherapies focused on the healing power of deep affective experience in the context of the therapist-patient dyad. Keynote Speaker: Edward Tronick, w/Allan Abbass, Patricia Coughlin, Jon Frederickson & Robert Neborsky Visit: www.williamjames.edu/ce-calendar or iedta.net/register-2019.

4/24/2019

Addiction Counselor Education Program – Westfield State University. Enhance your career and earn your non-credit certificate in one year! The ACE program will give you a leading edge professionally and prepare you for a career in the addiction treatment workforce. It also prepares you for licensure eligibility with the Massachusetts Board of Substance Abuse Counselor Certification and the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services with the MA Department of Public Health. Additional requirements may be needed for licensure. Classes are held in 1) Westfield: Evenings and weekends beginning in September and 2) Pittsfield: Weekends only beginning in March. For more information, contact us at (413) 572-8033 or bfredette@westfield.ma.edu or visit our website at www.westfield.ma.edu/ace.

4/24/2019

More Than Mindfulness: The Language of the Body. Workshop introducing the theory & practice of modern Bioenergetic Therapy. June 8, 2019, 10:15 Am - 6:00 PM. Shilo Farm, Eliot, ME (near Portsmouth, NH). 6 CEs for social workers. $135 includes gourmet vegetarian lunch + $25 for CEs. Led by Certified Bioenergetic Therapists Laurie Ure, LICSW & Leslie Ann Costello, PhD. Register at: www.massbioenergetics.org/workshops. Also check out our training program! Learn to effectively use body based interventions to treat depression, anxiety, addictions, all types of trauma, relationship conflicts, etc. Contact: Laurie Ure, LICSW, laurieure@aol.com, 978-283-6733.

4/10/2019

THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS, Inc. MIP Academic Year 2020 in the Pioneer Valley POSTGRADUATE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM - PERSPECTIVES ON PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY From Freud to the Twenty-First Century THE STECHLER CHILD AND ADOLESCENT THERAPY FELLOWSHIP Psychodynamic approaches to child and adolescent psychotherapy Application deadlines August 1 visit our website for application and program details www.mipboston.org • T: 617-469-2777 • reachmip@gmail.com.

3/28/2019

National Conference on Trauma, Addiction and Criminal Justice. June 4-6, 2019 – Stamford, CT. At the Covington Curriculum Conference become trained in therapeutic models for women, men and girls struggling with trauma, addiction, anger and mental health. Earn up to 18.5 National NASW-approved CECs. Receive a free curriculum workbook and enjoy additional free workshops and events! Register by 4/1 for discounted price, last day 5/28. To learn more visit https://www.covingtonconference.com/; contact (203) 909-6888 or training@womensconsortium.org.

3/28/2019

FREE, Accredited, Clinical Ed Workshops on the Invisible Wounds of War. Home Base will be offering a FREE, accredited, training workshop for health professionals uniquely positioned to improve access to mental health care for veterans and their families. Content will include: (1)Introduction to military culture, (2)How to recognize the invisible wounds of war (IWW), (3)Overview of the evidence based therapies for IWW, (4)Identify referral sources for evidence based treatments in your community, including therapists trained by Home Base. Trainings will be in Worcester (May 7), Hyannis (May 28) and Beverly (May 31). If interested in attending please email Emma Morrison at emorrison4@partners.org.

3/11/2019

Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies. Upgrade your career with integrated behavioral health education and training from Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies. Now accepting applications for the 100% online, affordable Doctor of Behavioral Health (DBH) degree program. Apply by July 27, 2019 to join the next DBH cohort starting courses Sept. 3, 2019. Continuing education webinars are offered in Spring and Summer 2019. Learn more at https://cummingsinstitute.com/.

3/4/2019

REGISTER NOW for The Renfrew Center Foundation’s Spring Seminar Training. "Feasting, Fasting and Eating Disorders in the Jewish Community" will be provided with opportunities to learn innovative strategies, culled from Jewish rituals and beliefs that challenge eating disorder thoughts and behaviors. Clinical approaches for reducing body shaming, negative self-talk, and the quest for perfection will be presented. For more information, visit http://renfrewcenter.com/events/professional-seminar-boston-ma-5-ce-credits Tuesday, May 7th 8:00 am - 1:15 pm Residence Inn Boston Needham Offers 5 CE Credits; includes a dairy breakfast and snack. For questions, please contact Melissa Falzarano: 1-877-367-3383 or mfalzarano@renfrewcenter.com.

3/4/2019

Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies. Upgrade your career with integrated behavioral health education and training from Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies. Now accepting applications for the 100% online, affordable Doctor of Behavioral Health (DBH) degree program. Apply by July 27, 2019 to join the next DBH cohort starting courses Sept. 3, 2019. Continuing education webinars are offered in Spring and Summer 2019. Learn more at https://cummingsinstitute.com/.

2/27/2019

Mass Aging and Mental Health Coalition (MAMHC) Annual Conference (co-sponsored by NASW-MA) - Mind Body Continuum: Integrated Approaches to Older Adult Health. May 13, 2019, Holy Cross College, Worcester. Presenters include: Dr. Susan Nathan (Geriatrician and palliative care specialist), Dr. Olivia Hobitzelle (author of Aging with Wisdom). Workshops include: Trauma in the Lives of Older Adults; Residences for Elders with Physical and Behavioral Health Challenges; Rhythm and Dance as Medicine. Social Work CEUs applied for. Light breakfast and Lunch included. For more information please contact Frank Baskin at: frankbaskin.gerisocialwork@yahoo.com.

2/27/2019

Home Base FREE CPT Workshop and Consultation. Home Base will be offering FREE Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) training opportunities for licensed mental health clinicians in Massachusetts. Who is eligible for the workshops and consultation groups? • All licensed mental health providers in Massachusetts • Clinicians interested in treating military veterans and/or service members in their community • Attend 2.5 days of in-person workshop • Attend 6 months of weekly, 1 hour consultation calls CPT WORKSHOP Dates: April 22 – 24, 2019 Location: Danvers, MA Tuition: FREE Credits: Continuing education credits will be provided Interested applicants should email Emma at emorrison4@partners.org.

2/22/2019

UNDERSTANDING INFANT ADOPTION: Free MA Webinars/CEUs Included. *March 8, 2019 12pm-3pm, *April 24, 2019 11am-2pm. Understanding Infant Adoption is a 3 hour training that guides hospital based professionals in providing a balanced, accurate picture of adoption. The workshop also strengthens professionals’ non-directive, non-coercive options counseling skills. MORE INFO: micheller@harmonyfamilycenter.org. REGISTER ONLINE: https://register4iatitraining.org/webinar/.

2/22/2019

LGBT Elders in an Ever Changing World Annual Conference, March 15 at Salem State University. Attend the LGBT Elders in an Ever Changing World, annual conference on Friday, March 15, at Salem State University. Day-long event includes breakfast, lunch, reception, plenary session and workshops. ($125) Social Work/Certified Case Management 4.5 CEUs, Nursing 5.0 CEUs. $60 (60+)/students with current student ID, (no CEUs). Register at www.lgbteldersconference.org.

2/11/2019

Reclaiming Intimacy in a Digital Age: Developing Relational Strategies for Families, Couples, and Their Therapists. Presenter: Todd Essig, Ph.D. Date/Time: Saturday, April 27, 2019; 9:00 am - 4:30 pm. Location: Shipley Auditorium, Newton Wellesley Hospital, Newton, MA. In this interactive workshop, Todd Essig, a pioneer in understanding the psychological consequences of technology, will provide attendees with a clinically-focused and historically-grounded framework for understanding the current intersection of relationships and technology. Lively examples and demonstrations will be used. Contact: pcfine1934@gmail.com; 781-433-0906.

2/11/2019

Postgraduate Fellowship Program. PERSPECTIVES ON PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY From Freud to the Twenty-First Century A Theoretical and Clinical Program 20 Sessions Monday Evenings, 7-10 PM, October 2019 through May 2020 Cambridge, MA Accepting Applications Now. Application Deadline May 17, 2019 Visit our website for application and program details www.mipboston.org • T: 617-469-2777 • reachmip@gmail.com.

1/30/2019

PTSDreams: Transforming Nightmares into Healing Resources Through Active Dreamwork. Our clients often suffer nightmares. This interactive workshop provides you with cognitive/spiritual/embodied/dreamwork skills to safely resolve them. Lincoln, MA, Friday 3/8.Contact LindayYaelSchiller for registration. 5 CEUs. lindayschiller@gmail.com.

1/22/2019

Advancing Excellence in Sexual and Gender Minority Health Conference. “Advancing Excellence in Sexual and Gender Minority Health,” will train health care teams in providing competent, confident and affirmative health care for LGBTQ people. It will include didactic presentations as well as case discussions and will be held at the Boston Seaport Hotel from March 22-24, 2019. Contact: lgbthealtheducation@fenwayhealth.org.

1/25/2019

Home Base will be offering a FREE, accredited, training workshop for health professionals uniquely positioned to improve access to mental health care for veterans and their families. Content will include: • How to recognize the invisible wounds of war (IWW) • Overview of the evidence based therapies for IWW • Identify referral sources for evidence based treatments in your community Workshop Details: Date: February 19, 2019 Location: Cooley Dickinson Hospital (Dakin Conference Room) Time: 12:30-2:30 *Lunch will be provided. Contact: Emma Morrison, Assistant Director of Education, Home Base, emorrison4@partners.org, 617-643-3829.

1/25/2019

Moving Forward with MEDA: Catalyzing Change in Eating Disorder Treatment. MEDA offers outpatient clinical services for individuals in recovery from an eating disorder as well as support services for family members and loved ones. Please contact us at (617) 558 –1881 or email info@medainc.org. Please join us for our national conference: Moving Forward with MEDA: Catalyzing Change in Eating Disorder Treatment April 12-13, 2019 at The Boston – Marriott – NEWTON. Do you want to learn more about eating disorders or ways to incorporate body positivity into your practice? Join MEDA today. Free supervision groups and training for members. https://www.medainc.org

1/24/2019

Attend Therapy Training Boston events. May 3: The Big Disconnect: Protecting Childhood & Family Relationships in the Digital Age, Catherine Steiner-Adair; June 14 & 15: Engaging Difference: Meeting Race, Culture & Identity Effectively, Deran Young & Jory Agate; July 30 &31: Trauma & the IFS Model: Releasing Personal and Legacy Burdens, Richard Schwartz; August 2: Illness, Disability & Loss: Helping Couples & Families Live & Love Well, John Rolland and Froma Walsh. 2019/2010 Intensive Certificate Program in Family Systems Therapy. Movie & Discussion Nights showing Eighth Grade and more... www.therapytrainingboston.com 617-957-7257 liz@therapytrainingboston.com.

1/24/2019

Have you considered BUCME for your continuing education needs? Our programs are multi-disciplinary, focused on the whole healthcare team. Steven J. Parker Memorial Developmental-Behavioral Pediatric Conference Boston, MA | March 8-9, 2019 Towards Psychotherapy Integration: Mind-Brain-Gene Galway, Ireland | June 3-7, 2019 John Arden, PhD Summer Symposia for Mental Health Professionals Cape Cod, MA | July 8-19, 2019 Shawn Shea, MD | Ronald Siegel, PsyD | Ross Baldessarini, MD | Ramani Durvasula, PhD Visit for more information: Boston University School of Medicine. 617-358-5005, cme@bu.edu, https://www.bucme.org/.

1/23/2019

Mind and Body: Holistic, Integrated Approaches to Behavioral Health and Significant Health Challenges. This conference will examine the intersection of behavioral and physical health for elders. This is the annual conference of the Mass Aging and Mental Health Coalition, co-sponsored by the Mass Association for Mental Health. Join us Monday, May 13, 2019 at the Hogan Center, Holy Cross College, Worcester, MA. CEUs will be available. Contact Frank Baskin with questions: frankbaskin.gerisocialwork@yahoo.com.

1/22/2019

Advancing Excellence in Sexual and Gender Minority Health Conference. “Advancing Excellence in Sexual and Gender Minority Health,” will train health care teams in providing competent, confident and affirmative health care for LGBTQ people. It will include didactic presentations as well as case discussions and will be held at the Boston Seaport Hotel from March 22-24, 2019. Contact: lgbthealtheducation@fenwayhealth.org.

1/14/2019

Enroll! 33 hr. Mediation Training begins March 14. 28 CEU's approved. Learn! Customized conflict skills workshops for your staff & clients. Refer! Disputes for mediation: divorce, family, housing & workplace. Sliding fee scale. Got Conflict? Mediate it! Tel: 617-876-5376 www.communitydispute.org.

1/4/2019

Cape Cod Institute 40th Anniversary Program: June 17-August 23, 2019- Continuing Education on Beautiful Cape Cod! The Cape Cod Institute was the first in its field offering interactive in-person CE courses with master teachers, at a pace, and in a setting that fosters learning. Our five-day classes take place in the morning, leaving the remainder of the time free for study, leisure, and networking with colleagues in a setting of striking natural beauty. Visit www.cape.org for detailed descriptions of all 30 CE course offerings and https://www.cape.org/social-workers for CE Credit information.

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5/31/2019
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6/3/2019
Central Regional Council Meeting

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