BT18 Great Conversation 02 - Trauma in Families and Children - Camillo Loriedo, MD, PhD and Lynn Lyons, LICSW
Trauma does not only affect individuals; it effects families. Systemic perspectives on the sequel to trauma will be presented.
BT18 Great Conversation 04 - Depression - Judith Beck, PhD and Michele Weiner-Davis, MSW, LCSW
Depression is a complex of psychosocial, biological, and environmental factors. Perspectives on evaluation and treatment will be offered
BT18 Great Conversation 05 - Mindfulness and Hypnosis - Ronald Siegel, PsyD and Michael Yapko, PhD
Compare and contrast mindfulness and hypnosis. Understanding differences and similarities. Indications for using each approach.
BT18 Great Conversation 06 - Training Therapist to Work with Anxiety and Depression - Stephen Gilligan, PhD and Scott Miller, PhD
Therapists need theoretical and technical constructs, including those that are empirically based. Therapists need to understand how to create a comprehensive treatment plan.
BT18 Great Conversation 07 - increasing Cultural Humility as a Path Toward Competence - Laura Brown, PhD, ABPP and Elliott Connie, MA
Contemporary therapist need to understand culturally competent practice. Principles of assessment and treatment will be offered.
BT18 Great Conversation 08 - Habits - David Burns, MD and Jeffrey Zeig, PhD
The mechanics of assessment and treatment planning for working with habits and addictions including relevant research findings.
BT18 Great Conversation 09 - Treating Trauma in Couples - Janina Fisher, PhD and Stan Tatkin, PSYD, MFT
Trauma in couples includes infidelity, medical illness, and financial issues. Assessment and treatment will be covered.