Announcing Josselyn's Next CE Course!
Challenges and Opportunities in Treating Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Thursday, November 15th | 9am to Noon | Temple Jeremiah | $45
Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is often the consequences of prolonged and repeated trauma, which occurred during the developmentally vulnerable time of childhood into adulthood. Most often these events involve abuse and/or neglect from primary caretakers. Far too often these abuses continue to impact our clients in ways that can challenge them as well as the terapist.
In this training, we will address:
- The special challenge for clinicians in sustaining a therapeutic relationship with those that have survived childhood abuse and neglect
- Helping traumatized clients learn to restore feelings as signal that promote effective problem solving
- Ways to understand and work with clients with issues of dysregulation
- The phases of trauma treatment and corresponsing tasks in each phase
Register to attend today! Seating is limited!
*Social workers and counselors are eligible to receive 3 CEUs.*
About the Presenter
Judith Ierulli, MSW, LCSW, is a trauma therapist specializing in the treating of complex trauma survivors. She has been working with survivors of sexual, physical and emotional trauma for over fifteen years. For the last ten years, she has also been a group leader of an ongoing male survivor group. Judith has also presented around the country on such topics as Post Traumatic Stress, Dissociation Disorders and working with specific issues in working with male and female survivors of sexual violence. Judith is a Senior Associate at Womencare Counseling Center, a group practice that specializes in working with trauma survivors.