Facing Trauma: Finding competence and confidence when working with trauma and its defenses

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Friday April 20th, 2018    
0900 - 1600


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Skånegatan 97 Stockholm
Skånegatan 97, 116 35 Stockholm

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A One Day Workshop with Kristin Osborn

Working with a traumatized client can be very challenging. Dissociation and flashbacks can seem unsurpassable and undermine our sense of competence and confidence as a therapist. In this workshop we will address your own anxieties, defenses and emotions that hold you back from being confident and feeling competent in the face of trauma. You will learn how APT can help your patient relinquish their defenses and break through to their emotions and heal from trauma.

Kristin A. R. Osborn, MA, LMHC was trained by Dr. Leigh McCullough, PhD, founder of Affect Phobia Therapy (APT), and then trained others on her behalf. She founded the Certified APT™-Training Program in 2009 and presents internationally, offering ongoing training in Boston, London, Stockholm and Amsterdam. She is a lecturer (part-time) in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School (HMS) at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, is the Director of HMS Psychotherapy Research Program and has recently launched a research study on therapist affect phobia and its impact on patient outcome. Her passion is teaching clinicians how to integrate research in their clinical training and she developed the ATOS-Therapist Scale, Accessibility Scale, and Congruent/Incongruent Scale, which are featured in her book, Paraverbal Communication in Psychotherapy: Beyond the Words, Rowman & Littlefield (2016). Kristin is President Emeritus of the International Experiential Dynamic Therapy Association (IEDTA), on the advisory board of the AffectFokus Institute and Stockholms Akademi for Psychkoterapiutbildning (SAPU) and a member of the continuing education faculty at William James College and RINO-Noord Holland. She has published articles and chapters on training clinicians including, Learning how to rate video-recorded therapy sessions: A Practical Guide for Trainees & Advanced Clinicians, Psychotherapy Journal (2011); On-line Supervision in Affect Phobia Therapy, Using Technology to Enhance Counselor Supervision, American Psychological Association (2016); and Creating Change Through Focusing on Affect: Affect Phobia Therapy, Working on Emotions in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Techniques for Clinical Practice, Guilford Press (2014).

Fee for Training: $150

Early Bird Registration
Available until August 31, 2017


Bookings are closed for this event.

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