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Psych Garden and BOLD Health will be offering a pre-conference workshop on September 25th. Continuing education credits for physicians, psychologists, social workers and licensed mental health care workers are pending and expected. Working with addictions is some of the most challenging work in the field of mental health. It requires that clinicians balance flexibility, empathy, expertise, and a wide range of techniques. This workshop will demonstrate how to integrate experiential dynamic therapies into addictions treatment. Jonathan Entis, PhD, Mark Green, MD, Kristy Lamb,…Find out more »
The IEDTA’s 9th International Conference, on "New Frontiers in Experiential Dynamic Therapy," will take place in Boston, from Thursday 26 September to Saturday 28 September 2019. The conference will be located at the Hyatt Regency Boston hotel, in the heart of this historic, vibrant city. September is a great time to visit Boston. The weather is mild and the trees are starting to take on their fall colors, especially if you take a short drive north. It’s a great time…Find out more »
Activating, Tracking and Responding to the Unconscious Therapeutic Alliance: 16th Halifax Immersion in ISTDP
Following the IEDTA Conference in Boston this year, head to sunny Halifax in the heartland of the Canadian Maritimes where you can enjoy some of the world’s best hospitality and dining. It’s only a short flight from Boston to Halifax, but once there you won’t want to leave without trying one of their famous Lobster Rolls or taking a stroll along the boardwalk where you can sample the infamous Rum Runners Rum Cake or purchase the finest produce at the Seaport…Find out more »
An Introduction to the Theory and the Techniques of Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy: Treating Patients with Resistant Depression and Patients with Psychosis
This workshop will be held in two parts. In the morning from 9.00am - 1.00pm the theory and the techniques of the standard form and the graded format of ISTDP will be thoroughly presented by Dr Kostas Monas and Dr Elpida Vasilopoulou and with the use of video from real sessions which will explain the theory. These presentations shall be in Greek. In the afternoon from 2.00pm - 6.00pm Dr Allan Abbass will present (also with videos of real sessions)…Find out more »