PTP Course Descriptions

The ISSTD Professional Training Program is comprised of nine courses in three categories: Adult Training Courses, Child & Adolescent Training Courses, and Spanish Training Courses. Courses are offered in two formats: in-person and teleseminar. Continuing education credits are offered for all English courses taught in the US or Canada. Please carefully review our course fees and policies before registering.

Certificate Program credits are offered for all courses.

Adult Training Courses

The Complexities of Complex Trauma – Theory & Practice
(Parts I & II)

This is a completely newly designed course for mental health professionals who wish to develop or further enhance their knowledge and skills in working with clients who have chronic-trauma related disorders. 

Course Director: Su Baker, MEd


Part I

Course Description:

The course will focus on the etiology of chronic trauma, its clinical picture, tools of assessment, the phase oriented approach to trauma and treatment pitfalls and therapeutic alliance. The course is partly didactic, based on the assigned readings, and partly discussion of the “Case of Erica”, a teaching case which unfolds in a naturalistic progression over 4 classes.

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of Part I, students will have:

  • Explored the history of the understanding and resistance to recognizing trauma
  • Differentiated simple from complex trauma
  • Discussed and explored the etiology of complex trauma
  • Identified the clinical picture of trauma
  • Reviewed the tools to assess trauma
  • Reviewed the three phases of treatment of trauma.
  • Discussed the treatment pitfalls and therapeutic alliance (risk management)
  • Applied the theoretical knowledge of the assessment and treatment of complex trauma to a provided clinical case

Intended Participants:

Licensed mental health professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors, accredited psychotherapists, etc.) who are interested in developing their skills in treating clients with chronic trauma related disorders. For Part I of the course, there is no need to have a client with a chronic trauma-related disorder. 

This course is applicable to beginning and intermediate practice levels.

Required Textbooks:

  1. Courtois, CA, and Ford, JD  (2013) Treatment of Complex Trauma: A Sequenced, Relationship-Based Approach. NY, NY: The Guilford Press.
  2. Courtois, CA, and Ford, JD, eds. (2009) Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders. NY, NY: The Guilford Press.
  3. Herman, JL (2015) Trauma and Recovery: The aftermath of violence – from domestic abuse to political terror. NY, NY: Basic Books

For full course syllabus and references, click here.

Course Format:

For in-person and hybrid courses: Once monthly 2.5 hour sessions for 6 months (may be taught in three, double sessions) 

Course Completion Requirements

Course completion requires attendance, participation in sessions, and completion of session and overall evaluations. Continuing education credits will only be awarded for live attendence for 50 minutes out of every hour of training. 

Continuing Education & ISSTD Certificate Program Credits:

Continuing Education: This course has been approved for up to 15 CE credits (APA only) through our continuing education co-sponsor, CE Learning System. 
ISSTD Certificate Program: This course has been approved for credits towards the ISSTD Certificate of Advanced Studies in Trauma & Dissociation

Upcoming Course Offerings:

Additional courses coming soon!


Part II

Participants must have taken the Part I course to register for Part II.

Course Description:

This course continues the information learned in Part I and will focus on betrayal and memory, treatment modalities, the role of attachment, applications of theoretical models, and secondary trauma. The course is partly didactic, based on the assigned readings. In addition, students must be prepared to discuss theories as applied to treatment of their own clients.

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of Part II, students will have:

  • Explored dissociation within complex trauma and its ramifications for treatment
  • Discussed various treatment modalities, such as psycho-dynamic, contextual, cognitive-behavioral, emotion focused, non-verbal therapies, etc.
  • Discussed couple and family therapy and group therapy in the treatment of complex trauma
  • Identified the factors leading to secondary post-traumatic reactions in therapist
  • Explored transference, countertransference and enactments in the therapy of clients with complex trauma disorders
  • Reviewed the role of attachment in complex trauma and it treatment
  • Applied the theoretical knowledge of the assessment and treatment of complex trauma to the students’ clinical cases

Intended Participants:

Licensed mental health professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors, accredited psychotherapists, etc.) who are interested in developing their skills in treating clients with chronic trauma related disorders. For Part II, the student must be treating at least one client with a chronic-trauma related disorder and must have taken the Level I Part I course to register.

Required Textbooks:

  1. Courtois, CA, and Ford, JD  (2013) Treatment of Complex Trauma: A Sequenced, Relationship-Based Approach. NY, NY: The Guilford Press.
  2. Courtois, CA, and Ford, JD, eds. (2009) Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders. NY, NY: The Guilford Press.
  3. Herman, JL (2015) Trauma and Recovery: The aftermath of violence – from domestic abuse to political terror. NY, NY: Basic Books

For full course syllabus and references, click here.

Course Format: For in-person and hybrid courses: Once monthly 2.5 hour sessions for 6 months (may be taught in three, double sessions) 

Continuing Education & ISSTD Certificate Program Credits:

Continuing Education: This course has been approved for up to 15 CE credits (APA only) through our continuing education co-sponsor, CE Learning System. 
ISSTD Certificate Program: This course has been approved for credits towards the ISSTD Certificate of Advanced Studies in Trauma & Dissociation

Upcoming Course Offerings: 

Additional courses coming soon!

From Complex Trauma to Dissociative Disorders – Theory & Practice (Parts I & II)

At the end of this experience, participants will have sufficient knowledge to be able to diagnose Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) and Dissociative Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (DDNOS), and will have essential knowledge and skills needed to conduct individual psychotherapy to treat these illnesses.

Course Directors: Su Baker, MEd and Joan Turkus, MD


Part I

Participants must have taken the Complexities of Complex Trauma Parts I & II to enroll in this course.

Course Description:

This course was created to give clinicians a solid education in how to identify and work with complex trauma and dissociation. Part I covers guidelines for treatment and how to fulfill those guidelines in the process of therapy. Students will learn how to recognize the signs of complex trauma and dissociation, and understand the effects of trauma on the development and functioning of adult clients. They will be taught the relevant assessment tools to use, and how to structure therapy to be most effective for clients with all levels of traumatic experiences.  Students will also learn how working with traumatic material challenges both client and therapist, and how to meet the relational challenges that may emerge in therapy.   Special features that are common with dissociative clients will be covered, along with the skills necessary for the successful treatment of dissociation in clients. The course includes literature review and discussion, lecture and the explorations of a teaching case, “The Case of Harold.”

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of Part I, students will have:

  • Discussed the history of the understanding of dissociation and its antecedents
  • Explored the interplay of dissociation, trauma and multiplicity within the dynamic unconscious
  • Explained the role of attachment in the development of dissociative disorders
  • Explored the effects of chronic trauma and victimization
  • Explored various assessment tools for dissociative disorders
  • Discussed the use of structured interviews in assessing dissociative disorders
  • Outlined the different forms of memory (implicit, explicit, declarative, autobiographical, etc.)
  • Defined phase-oriented treatment of complex trauma and dissociative disorders
  • Discussed the rationale for phase-oriented treatment of dissociative disorders
  • Discussed the relational dilemmas in treating complex trauma and dissociative disorders

For full course syllabus and references, click here.

Intended Participants:

Licensed mental health professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors, accredited psychotherapists, etc.) who are interested in developing their skills in treating clients with complex trauma and dissociative disorders. For Part I of the course, there is no need to have a client with a dissociative disorder. Please note that participants must complete The Complexities of Complex Trauma Parts I&II in order to take this course.

Required Textbooks:

  1. Chu, JA (2011) Rebuilding Shattered Lives: Treating Complex PTSD and Dissociative Disorders, 2nd edition. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley and Sons.
  2. Howell, EF (2011) Understanding and treating Dissociative Identity Disorder. NY: NY Routledge.

Course Format:

For in-person and hybrid courses: Once monthly 2.5 hour sessions for 8 months (may be taught in four, double sessions) 

Continuing Education & ISSTD Certificate Program Credits:

Continuing Education: This course has been approved for up to 20 CE credits (APA only) through our continuing education co-sponsor, CE Learning System. 
ISSTD Certificate Program: This course has been approved for credits towards the ISSTD Certificate of Advanced Studies in Trauma & Dissociation

Upcoming Course Offerings:

Additional courses coming soon!


Part II

Participants must have taken the Part I course to enroll in Part II.

Course Description:

Part II is a continuation of the Part I course. This course covers opening treatment of dissociative disorders, disorganized attachment, neurobiology, self (ego) states, treatment and techniques, self-care, suicidality and self-injury, affect and sensate regulation, and integration techniques. Students must be prepared to discuss theories as applied to the treatment of their own client. Each student will be expected to select one or two clients to discuss in class. The case of Harold used in Part I may also be utilized during class discussions.

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of Part II, students will have:

  • Identified different types of parts or self-states and their roles in the internal organization of the mind in dissociative disorders
  • Discussed the role of trauma in the etiology of dissociative disorders
  • Discussed attachment theory and the role of disorganized attachment in the etiology of dissociative disorders
  • Recognized and distinguished self- self (ego)-states (parts) as they occur in dissociative disorders
  • Summarized overall treatment strategies in phase oriented work with DID clients
  • Explored and discussed the use of techniques specific to working with DID, such as developing internal communications, collaboration, cooperation, etc.
  • Described the differences between suicidality and self-harm in DID patients and developed strategies for dealing with each
  • Discussed techniques for working with anger, fear, shame and guilt with DID clients
  • Outlined methods of conflict resolution with self (ego)-states and with angry and/or persecutory self (ego) –states
  • Discuss various techniques for working with traumatic memory in stage two treatment of DID
  • Discuss the integration continuum and describe various techniques for integration with DID clients

Intended Participants:

Licensed mental health professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors, accredited psychotherapists, etc.) who are interested in developing their skills in treating clients with complex trauma and dissociative disorders. For Part II of the course, students should have completed Part I (or the equivalent), and have at least one client with a dissociative disorder in treatment.

Required Textbooks:

  1. Howell, EF (2011) Understanding and treating Dissociative Identity Disorder: A Relational Approach.NY: NY Routledge.
  2. Chefetz, RA (2015) Intensive Psychotherapy for Persistent Dissociative Processes: The Fear of Feeling Real. NY, NY: Norton
  3. Boon, S, Steele, K & van der Hart, O (2011) Coping with trauma-related dissociation: Skills training for patients and therapists. NY: NY, Norton.

For full course bibliography, click here.

Course Format: For in-person and hybrid courses: Once monthly 2.5 hour sessions for 8 months (may be taught in four, double sessions) 

Continuing Education and ISSTD Certificate Program Credits:

 Continuing Education: This course has been approved for up to 20 CE credits (APA only) through our continuing education co-sponsor, CE Learning System. 
ISSTD Certificate Program: This course has been approved for credits towards the ISSTD Certificate of Advanced Studies in Trauma & Dissociation

Upcoming Course Offerings:

Advanced Topics in Complex Trauma and Dissociative Disorders

Course Directors: Su Baker, MEd and Joan Turkus, MD

Course Description: Under review and redesign – please check back in late 2019

Master Seminar: Complex Posttraumatic and Dissociative Disorders

Course Director: Joan Turkus, MD

Course Description:

Master Classes were created when students requested additional training after completing the Advanced level of courses. They wished to continue further studies with the guidance of a senior clinician/instructor. These classes have become a valuable professional resource for participants.

Intended Participants:

Licensed mental health professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors) who are personally treating clients with Complex Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Dissociative Disorders and who have personally treated a significant number of such clients. In addition, the participants must have taken the ISSTD Advanced Course in the Psychotherapy of Complex Trauma and Dissociation or its equivalent (to be assessed by the facilitator.)

Course Format:

Once monthly 2.5 hour sessions for 8 months.

Continuing Education & ISSTD Certificate Program Credits:

Continuing Education: This course has been approved for up to 20 CE credits through our continuing education co-sponsor, CE Learning System. 
ISSTD Certificate Program: This course has been approved for credits towards the ISSTD Certificate of Advanced Studies in Trauma & Dissociation

Upcoming Course Offerings:

No available courses at this time – please check back in May/June 2019 for future classes

Child & Adolescent Training Courses

Assessment and Treatment of Traumatized Children and Adolescents with Dissociative Symptoms and Disorders

Course Director: Frances Waters, DCSW, LMSW, LMFT 


Course Description:

This course begins with a brief historical perspective of childhood dissociation, an explanation of the effect trauma can have on infant/child neurobiology, and an introduction to theories of dissociation. The course then covers dissociative warning signs, differential diagnosis, methods of assessment, assessment tools, dissociative pathology across the spectrum. Psycho-education about trauma and dissociation to children and parents that illuminates an understanding of child’s confusing behaviors will be explained. Family dynamics that contribute to dissociative pathology in children and ways to work effectively with the family while building positive attachment between child and parents will be highlighted. Creative techniques that promote internal awareness/communication between self-states, stabilization, emotional regulation, somatic awareness, and management of triggers will be described.  Special attention will be given to working with the varied societal systems (schools, social services, legal system) with which the family is involved. A variety of treatment modalities and innovative techniques will be presented for processing trauma safely and furthering integration of the dissociative child.  Extensive case studies and specific examples will be used throughout the course to enrich the leaning. Participants can present case studies from their own practices to enhance discussion. 

Participants finishing this course will have a comprehensive understanding of how to intervene with the traumatized child with dissociation to promote resolution of trauma, integration and healing.  

Course Objectives:

Upon completion, students will be able to:

  • Identify theoretical models with special emphasis on disruptive and disorganized attachment that create a vulnerability for dissociation.
  • Describe dissociative symptoms in children covering the spectrum from dissociative processes to a disorder.
  • Identify techniques to help caregivers provide soothing and structure, build attachment, and defeat dissociative barriers with their dissociative children 
  • Explain stabilization techniques that enable the child to feel empowered, grounded, and safe.
  • Identify techniques to help child to awaken bodily sensations and encourage mindful across self-states.
  • Explain how to use common language to interface with professionals who may be skeptical of trauma-based pathology.
  • Apply the use of variety of techniques to encourage internal cooperation between dissociative states for effective processing of traumatic memories.
  • Identify specific techniques to achieve integration.

For full list of session objectives, click here.

Intended Participants:

Licensed mental health professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors) who are personally treating a child or adolescent with Complex PTSD, a significant trauma history, or dissociative symptoms; educators in human services.  

Required Textbooks:

  1. Silberg, J. L. (2013). The child survivor: Healing developmental trauma and dissociation.  New York: Routledge.
  2. Waters, F. S. (2016). Healing the fractured child: Diagnosis and treatment of youth with dissociation. New York: Springer Publishing Company, LCC.

For full course bibliography, click here.

Course Format:

For in-person and teleseminar courses: Once monthly 2.5 hour sessions for 9 months.  For online: 4 months (based on schedule and holidays) taught via online discussion boards

Continuing Education & ISSTD Certificate Program Credits:

Continuing Education: This course has been approved for up to 24.5 CE credits through our continuing education co-sponsor, CE Learning System. 
ISSTD Certificate Program: This course has been approved for credits towards the ISSTD Certificate of Advanced Studies in Trauma & Dissociation

Upcoming Course Offerings:

No available courses at this time – please check back in lat 2019 for future classes

Cursos de Capacitación Profesional en Español

Programa de Entrenamiento Online en Trauma Complejo y Disociacion in Español

Aportar a los profesionales que tomen el entrenamiento una visión global de la problemática del trauma complejo en los pacientes adultos, su inicio en experiencias adversas en la infancia y el lugar central que la disociación traumática ocupa en la vida de los pacientes. Los profesionales podrán adquirir los conocimientos básicos necesarios para una correcta evaluación diagnóstica y una planificación del tratamiento, prestando especial atención al establecimiento de la relación terapéutica con seres humanos que fueron dañados en el contexto de sus relaciones interpersonales primarias.

Contenidos

  • Uso de instrumentos de rastreo de disociación y síntomas de trauma complejo (DES y SIDES-R) y de entrevistas diagnósticas (SCID-D)
  •  Neurobiología del trauma complejo
  • Relación entre trauma y disociación
  • La disociación somatoforme
  • El lugar del apego desorganizado en el desarrollo de la disociación: la escala de experiencias familiares en la infancia.
  • Diagnósticos diferenciales
  • El trabajo terapéutico en etapas
  • El desarrollo del autocuidado en pacientes con trauma complejo y disociación
  • Características especiales de la relación terapéutica con esta población
  • Trampas terapéuticas y obstáculos en el tratamiento

Modalidad de cursada
Este Programa está basado en lecturas guiadas de artículos de referencia traducidos y de libros sobre temas relacionados con el curso, pero con una eminente orientación práctica.
Cada participante preparará un caso clínico, evaluará un grupo de pacientes con los instrumentos específicos aportados, y desarrollará el plan de trabajo con un caso. Sobre los casos de los participantes, que se irán exponiendo a lo largo del curso, se irá aplicando la documentación teórica, de cara a aterrizar los conocimientos. Las tutoras llevarán un seguimiento de los participantes. El formato del curso combinará la adquisición de conocimientos teóricos con una supervisión grupal de los casos comentados. A los que se aproximen por primera vez al tema el curso puede proporcionarles una revisión guiada de la bibliografía y su aplicación práctica. A los que tienen ya experiencia en el campo, puede serles de más interés el intercambio clínico de casos, y el seguimiento y supervisión de los mismos a nivel longitudinal.

El Programa se desarrollará a lo largo de 14 clases con un receso de 2 meses y medio . Durante ese receso los alumnos trabajarán consignas específicas dictadas durante las clases terminado y podrán asimismo repasar y reforzar los contenidos aprendidos hasta el momento.


¿Debo conectarme en día y horario específico?
No. La realización de este Programa no requiere de conectarse en días y horarios específicos ya que cada clase tiene una duración aproximada de 15 días, período durante el cual el alumno podrá abordar la lectura del tema propuesto. Cada participante podrá organizar su participación a lo largo de estos meses según su preferencia y conveniencia. Los únicos periodos fijos de participación-discusión serán el inicial, intermedio y final, en el que se abrirán foros para aclarar dudas y consultar temas.

Profesoras
Anabel Gonzalez Vazquez (Co-directora del curso y tutora – España) es psiquiatra y psicoterapeuta, especializada en el campo de la traumatización grave. Miembro de la Sociedad Internacional para el Estudio del Trauma y la Disociación (ISSTD) y de la Sociedad Europea de Trauma y Disociación (ESTD). Terapeuta y supervisora EMDR, imparte regularmente en la Asociación EMDR España cursos sobre Trauma Complejo y Disociación. Autora de los libros “Trastornos Disociativos”, y “EMDR y Disociación. Un abordaje Progresivo” (en co-autoría con Dolores Mosquera) y de numerosas presentaciones y publicaciones específicas.

Sandra Baita (Co-directora del curso y tutora – Argentina) es Psicóloga clínica egresada de la Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires. Miembro del Comité de Niños y Adolescentes de la International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD). Ex Directora Internacional de la misma organización (2008-2009). Terapeuta y Supervisora Certificada EMDR. Autora del libro “Rompecabezas. Una guía introductoria al trauma y la disociación en la infancia” y “Abuso Sexual Infantil. Cuestiones fundamentales para su tratamiento en la Justicia” (en co-autoría con Paula Moreno). Imparte docencia sobre este campo regularmente en Argentina y otros países de Latinoamérica.

Paula Moreno (tutora – Argentina). Es psicóloga, terapeuta familiar, terapeuta y supervisora certificada EMDR. Pertenece al equipo del Programa de Asistencia al Maltrato Infantil de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires y trabaja en consulta privada. Es miembro de la ISPCAN (International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect), de la Sociedad Argentina de Psicotrauma (SAPSI) y de la ISSTD (Sociedad Internacional para el estudio del trauma y la disociación). Co-autora junto a Sandra Baita del libro “Abuso Sexual Infantil. Cuestiones fundamentales para su tratamiento en la Justicia”. Imparte docencia regular sobre traumatización grave en la infancia. Ha presentado diversos trabajos sobre este campo en conferencias nacionales e internacionales.

Trauma Complejo y Disociacion en Niños y Adolescentes Evaluacion y Principios de Tratamiento

Descripción

Este curso está dirigido a psicólogos y psiquiatras y ha sido diseñado en base a los contenidos del Curso sobre Evaluación y Tratamiento de Niños y Adolescentes traumatizados con síntomas y desórdenes disociativos, impartido por líderes del campo del trauma y la disociación infantil en idioma inglés a través de nuestra organización profesional. La adaptación de la currícula está pensada en base a las necesidades de los profesionales de habla hispana de Latinoamérica y España y de aquellos que trabajen con población hispanoparlante en otros países del mundo.

El objetivo principal es el de proveer de conocimiento actualizado sobre trauma del desarrollo y disociación en niños y adolescentes, haciendo especial hincapié en el reconocimiento, detección, evaluación y principios generales del tratamiento.

Este curso se desarrolla a lo largo de siete clases entre los meses de marzo y noviembre, con un período de vacaciones. Las clases intercalan períodos de lectura específica de los temas, y períodos de discusión sobre la base de preguntas, presentación de viñetas y casos clínicos aportados por las profesoras y por los alumnos, apelando a la integración de la teoría y la clínica basadas en la experiencia del propio profesional.

Contenidos

  • Trauma del desarrollo y disociación en niños y adolescentes.
  • Efectos del trauma interpersonal temprano en el desarrollo.
  • El apego desorganizado y su relación con la disociación.  
  • Principios fundamentales del diagnóstico.
  • La evaluación clínica de síntomas disociativos.
  • Evaluando la existencia de partes disociativas.
  • Principios generales del tratamiento.

Desarrollo

Una vez completada la inscripción los participantes recibirán el cronograma de lecturas y períodos de discusión, junto con el material de lectura en idioma español. Los participantes por su lado deberán adquirir el libro “El niño superviviente. Curar el trauma del desarrollo y la disociación” de Joyanna Silberg, Editorial Desclée de Brower, que está disponible en amazon.es y en Bookdepository.com. Se otorga un período de 12 días promedio para las lecturas, tras lo cual se abre un período de igual duración para la discusión, que se realiza en una plataforma virtual a partir de preguntas diseñadas por las profesoras, relacionadas con el tema de cada clase. No es necesario conectarse en horarios específicos, lo cual otorga a los participantes la libertad de poder entrar y salir de la plataforma, recorrer los contenidos y los aportes a las discusiones y hacer los propios aportes de acuerdo con sus propias posibilidades horarias. Al finalizar el curso se entregará un certificado a todos aquellos que hayan completado los requisitos de evaluación, siendo el principal requisito la participación en todas las clases a través de los propios aportes. 

Profesoras
Sandra Baita es psicóloga clínica egresada de la Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires, Argentina, y terapeuta y supervisora certificada EMDR. Es miembro del Comité de Niños y Adolescentes de la ISSTD y Directora Internacional para los cursos del Psychotherapy Training Program de dicha organización profesional. Ha impartido formación sobre la temática en Latinoamérica, Estados Unidos y Europa. Es autora de libros, capítulos y artículos en diversas publicaciones de su país e internacionales. Vive y trabaja en la ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Contacto: sbaita68@gmail.com

Paula Moreno es psicóloga clínica egresada de la Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires, Argentina, terapeuta familiar, terapeuta y supervisora certificada y facilitadora EMDR, y terapeuta formada en Mindfulness. Desde el año 1993 es miembro del Equipo Profesional del Programa de Asistencia del Maltrato Infantil del Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, donde se desempeña en la atención psicoterapéutica de niños y adolescentes víctimas de malos tratos, explotación sexual y trata de personas, y niños y familias en procesos de adopción. Imparte formación sobre la temática de manera regular en su país y en el Uruguay. Trabaja en la ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
Contacto: pmoreno2702@gmail.com

Andrea Calleja es psicóloga clínica egresada de la Universidad de Belgrano y Consejero en Minoridad, con formación en Terapia Sistémica, trauma y disociación, Mindfulness y EMDR. Se desempeñó como Miembro del Equipo Interdisciplinario de la Defensoría del Niño del Colegio de Abogados de San Isidro (Buenos Aires, Argentina), y como Psicóloga Institucional de los Hogares para Niños y Adolescentes de la Fundación Santa Rafaela María (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Fue Coordinadora de la Comisión de Violencia Familiar y Miembro de la Comisión de Abuso Sexual Infantil del Colegio de Psicólogos de San Isidro. Desde el año 2013 supervisa el equipo de Salud Mental del Hospital de Niños de San Isidro. Trabaja en la práctica privada en la Provincia de Buenos Aires.

For assistance with registration or for more information on courses, please email professionaltraining@isst-d.org and your questions will be routed to the appropriate person to address your question.