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The Brief Therapy Conference: Treating Anxiety, Depression & Trauma
December 6, 2018 - December 9, 2018
The Brief Therapy Conference – Anxiety, Depression and Trauma: Advances in Treatment is an opportunity for leaders in the field to present and interact, by discussing their individual approaches, and the progress of psychotherapy in general. Presenting at this conference are experts—each of whom has made seminal contributions to the field of psychotherapy. The Brief Therapy Conference 2018 is the 12th comprehensive gathering of master practitioners from major contemporary disciplines.
Attendees will increase their clinical effectiveness by:
- Applying methods of brief therapy techniques in specific situations encountered in the practice of medicine, psychiatry, psychology, social work and counseling.
- Comparing basic principles and techniques of contemporary schools of brief therapy.
- Utilizing multi-level therapeutic communication, and demonstrating brief therapy principles of diagnosis, thereby improving observational skills.
The Brief Therapy Conference is open to professionals in health or mental health-related fields, including physicians, doctoral-level psychologists and dentists who are qualified for membership in, or are members of, their respective professional organizations (eg. AMA, APA, ADA), and to professionals with health-related graduate degrees (eg. MSW, MSN, MA or MS) from accredited institutions. Full-time graduate students in accredited programs leading to such degrees will be accepted if they supply a letter from their department on letterhead stationery, certifying their full-time status as of May 2016.
*If you have questions regarding learning objectives for individual CE activities at the Brief Therapy Conference, please call 602-956-6196 or email email@example.com.
Claudia Black will deliver a Keynote address and 2 Conversation Hours:
Keynote – Unspoken Legacy: Reverberations of Trauma in the Addicted Family
Intimate Treason: Healing the Trauma for Partners Confronting Sex Addiction
The Hidden Life of Shame