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Plenary Sessions

Plenary Sessions

MAJOR TRAINING EVENT
DAY'S THEMES AND PLENARY SPEAKERS

Saturday, 18 April 2015

Conference Day 1 Theme and Plenary Presentation Topic  -  Mind and Body

Plenary Address: Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA | 8:00 - 9:30 AM

Presentations on Day 1 are planned to include accepted papers, workshops, panel discussions, symposia and forum discussions and will be related to the interface of mind and body in complex trauma and dissociation, including: neurobiology, neuro and bio feedback, body work, body shame, yoga, mindfulness, physical symptoms and illness in trauma patients, somatic disorders, somatization, and others.

Sunday, 19 April 2015

Conference Day 2 Theme and Plenary Presentation Topic - The Art of Psychotherapy: Learning Beyond the Manual

Plenary Address: Harold Kudler, MD | 8:00 - 9:30 AM

Presentations on Day 2 are planned to include accepted papers, workshops, panel discussions, symposia and forum discussions and will be related to the psychotherapeutic treatment of complex trauma and dissociation, including: theory, concepts, interventions, specific approaches, adjunctive treatments such as hypnosis, EMDR, Expressive therapies, etc., prognosis, case formulation, assessment, and others associated with both the essentials and the growing edges of psychotherapy with this population.

Monday, 20 April 2015

Conference Day 3 Theme and Plenary Presentation Topic - Person to Person

Plenary Address:  Laurie A. Pearlmann, PhD | 8:00 - 9:30 AM

Presentations on Day 3 are planned to include accepted papers, workshops, panel discussions, symposia and forum discussions and will be related to relational aspects of the treatment of complex trauma and dissociation, including the person of the therapist, transference and countertransference, intersubjectivity, vicarious traumatization, the therapeutic relationship, attachment, couples and family, and others associated with interpersonal issues in treatment.

 


 

Updated July 1, 2014

News and
Important Dates

Call for Proposals

1 July - 12 August 2014
Submission Site Open

23 September 2014
Acceptances Announced

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Registration

2015 Fee Schedule

1 October 2014
Registration Opens


1 Oct 2014 - 15 Feb 2015
Early Bird Pricing Available

16 Feb - 20 April 2015
Regular Pricing Available

Advanced Registration Open
Through 15 March 2015

Thereafter, On-Site Registration
Available 15-20 April 2015

Past & Future Conferences2014 Program Content Details

 2014 Conference Recordings will be posted in November

 Prior Conference Recordings

Plans for 2016 are underway!
Please check back for updates.

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