Broken Links: Dissociation in Multiple Guises
Starting 9/15/17 and meeting monthly for 9 months from 2 PM to 4 PM at
96 Bouton Road, South Salem, NY
With Alexis Johnson, PhD
In this Friday afternoon nine meeting study-supervision group we will read about and discuss all forms of dissociation. Due to trauma aspects of self or psyche are separated, sometimes from each other, sometimes from self-awareness, and usually from memory. Clinically, we need to create both verbal and body-based opportunities to enter these freeze moments and soften these protective mechanisms.
We will use three books for our time together: the chapter on dissociation from Patricia DeYoung's
Understanding and Treating Chronic Shame, Annie Rogers'
Shining Affliction and Philip Bromberg's
The Shadow of the Tsunami which provides an in-depth study of all the processes involved.
Approved for 2 CECs per session or 18 Total by NASW/CT
Title of Program:
Training for Adoption Competency (TAC)
Date of Program:
September 2017 to June 2018
Time of Program:
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Location of Program:
The Exchange, 270 Farmington Avenue, Farmington, CT
UConn Health Adoption Assistance Program, in partnership with the Center for Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.) is pleased to offer Training for Adoption Competency (TAC). Created by C.A.S.E., in 2009, TAC
is a nationally recognized evidence-informed, post-Master's training program for professionals in the social work, mental health and child welfare fields.
TAC is a 72-hour, 12-session (1 at-home, 11 classroom) program followed by opportunity for 6 group clinical case consultations led by C.A.S.E. CEO Debbie Riley and a team of adoption-competent therapists. TAC is a rigorously evaluated, competency-based training curriculum developed in collaboration with national experts in the field of child welfare, adoption and mental health. Application for 72 CEC's is pending with NASW/CT. Upon completion of the training participants will receive an Advanced Clinical TAC Certificate.
For details and to apply, visit
Application deadline is August 15, 2017.
Upcoming seminars include:
* Satisfies the continuing education requirement for content on Cultural Competency
** Satisfies the continuing education requirement for content on Military members,
If you have any questions, please reach out to us at
Benefits Enrollment Centers for Incarcerated Older and Disabled Adults
September 27, 2017
Application for up to 7 CEUs for Social Workers is Pending with NASW/CT
Early Bird Registration is only $109.99 until
This unique conference will feature clinical and other reentry experts from Washington, DC, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, and it will examine the array of challenges that incarcerated older and disabled adults experience in prison and throughout the reentry process. For the conference agenda and registration options, please visit www.gatekeeperct.net or contact Eric or Jason at (860) 347-5661 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Many social workers feel they do not have the tools to work with veterans.
This workshop will help you better understand military culture and the unique needs of veterans, allowing you to explore how you can apply your current knowledge base
to work effectively with this population.
Friday, October 6, 2017 9:00 to 11:30
Registration and Coffee from 9 to 9:30.
Program begins promptly at 9:30
Central Connecticut State University
Student Center, Sprague/Carlton Meeting Room
Parking in the Student Center Parking Lot or the Student Center Garage
Presented by Sharon Young, PhD, LCSW and Jennifer A. Lewis, LCSW
Approved for 2 CECs by NASW/CT and meets the
Veterans Services requirement for license renewal.
Cost: $10 student § $35 NASW Members § $60 Non-Members
Co-sponsored by The Veteran's Affairs Department at CCSU and NASW/CT
NOTE: Attendance limited to 60 Participants