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.
Can we tell true memories from false ones? In several studies, these created false memories in the minds of people, were then compared to true memories.. Once planted, the false memories look very much like true memories—in terms of behavioral characteristics, emotionality and neural signatures. If false memories can be so readily planted in the mind, do we need to think about “regulating” this mind technology? And what do these pseudomemories say about the nature of memory itself?