As always, the 2011 ISSB Conference will be offered at no-cost and no-registration, so that all who care to may attend, and can remain anonymous if they so choose. For optional registration on-site, please arrive early at 9:00, or use the mail-in registration form at the bottom of this page. NorCal Services for Deaf & Hard of Hearing areproviding Sign Language interpreters for the deaf and hard of hearing, so that all members of the Deaf Community will now be able to attend free of charge. Dr. Ross will train attendees on the inspired techniques used successfully in his programs for patients with dual-diagnosis and comorbidities. Trauma and sexual abuse survivors often suffer from depression, anxiety, dissociation, somatization, borderline personality, amnesias, self injury, substance abuse, eating disorders, and more. Dr. Rossís methods are tested and effective across the board for all of these conditions. Subtopics of the workshop will include: ----The Problem of Attachment to the Perpetrator in Child Abuse Victims ----Long Term Effects of Child Abuse ----A Trauma Model of Borderline Personality Disorder ----A Dissociative Subtype of Schizophrenia ----How to Choose a Trauma Therapist ----Childhood Trauma and Eating Disorders
This workshop is appropriate for therapists, survivors, friends, and relatives. Professionals can earn up to 6 CEU's by registering either in advance (below), or on site at 9:00am, but, as always, the 2011 ISSB Conference will be offered at no-cost and no-registration, so that all who care to may attend, and can remain anonymous if they so choose.For questions, information about our organization and our previous 16 Annual California Child Sexual Abuse Awareness conferences, or to contact us, please visit our website, at www.issb.us. Colin A. Ross, MD, directs the Trauma Program at Timberlawn Hospital in Dallas, Texas, and provides consultationto Trauma Programs at the Forest View Hospital in Michigan, and the Del Amo Hospital in Torrance, California. He is author of seven books on trauma and dissociation, dozens of research articles, and has presented workshops all over the world, including in Australia and China. For more about Dr. Ross, go to www.rossinst.com
Rhonda Begos is an educator, entertainer, professional speaker and advocate for childrenís and womenís rights from Milwaukee, WI.She is also a member of the popular, nationally known band, Streetlife, the official band of the Milwaukee Bucks.Rhondaís beautiful and inspirational slide presentation will be shown continuously during the lunch break, and she will speak for 30 minutes mid-afternoon.www.RhondaBegos.com
The highly recommended optional textbook for this workshop, Trauma Model Therapy by Colin A. Ross, 2009, is a user-friendly 306 trade paperback which contains assessment tools, instructions for scoring, much of the information that will be presented, and more.Available at Amazon.com and ManitouCommunications.com for $24.95. Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Trauma-Model-Therapy-Dissociation-Comorbidity/dp/098218512X Manitouhttp://www.manitoucommunications.com/EasyCart/Product.asp?CategoryID=1&ItemID=30 Optional Advance Registration: If you wish to register in advance for6 CEUís for attendingthe Trauma Model Therapy for Child Sexual Abuse Workshop on April 30, 2011, please complete this form, and send it with an $80 check written to CPPA*, mailed to ISSB, P.O. Box 74366, Davis, CA 95617,postmarked by April 23, 2011. *Please write the $80 check to CPPA, and note ďApril 30 RegistrationĒ on the memo line. Full Name: ___________________________________ Credential/License:___________________________ License Number:________________Email (for confirmation):____________________________ Address (For mailing your certificate):_________________________________________________
This conference is co-sponsored by The Institute on Violence, Abuse and Trauma (IVAT) at Alliant International University. IVAT is approved to offer continuing education to psychologists (by the American Psychological Association), counselors (by the National Board of Certified Counselors, #5659), marriage & family therapists and social workers (by the CA Board of Behavioral Sciences, PCE#33), nurses (by the California Board of Registered Nurses, #CEP13737), attorneys (by the State Bar of California, #11600), and alcohol and drug abuse counselors (by the California Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors, #1s-03-499-0112). CE credits approved by CA agencies are accepted in most states. For questions regarding continuing education, please contact Patricia Smith at email@example.com On-site registration will also be available, at 9:00 am. If you do not want CEUís, you can attend at no cost, without registering.Just show up!
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Mailing Address: ISSB, P.O. Box 74366, Davis, CA 95617