Come Join us for a Beautiful Evening of Dinner, Fellowship, DJ and Dancing.
This multi-media, hands-on workshop offers a broad, but concrete overview of the changing face of human relationships and sexuality related to life online.
The memory of trauma is often suppressed through excessive use of drugs or alcohol. However, this pain-filled inner world will eventually reveal itself when life becomes unmanageable.
A group of nationally acclaimed clinicians will track trauma developing from the womb beginning with neonatal abstinence. The Office of Children’s Services will describe their parameters guiding family intervention when parents are addicted.
The changes seen on fMRI in the adult brains of those who have experienced childhood trauma is then presented.
Essential insights and foundational truths about wounds, healing, and healers as depicted in stories from classical antiquity, Jewish and Christian holy days, and Native American ceremonies are introduced.
Finally, the trauma of professional training with its practice of self-neglect as a recipe for addiction is explored.
Friday, August 26, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Providence Cancer Center – 3851 Piper St. Providence Alaska Medical Center, U Tower, Room 2281 Anchorage, AK 99508
Please Join Us For Dr. Stefanie Carnes’ Presentation “Sex Addiction: Neuroscience, Trauma and the Family”
Sex and Pornography Addiction have become a common presenting problem for today’s clinician. Dr. Carnes will discuss the current state of the field of sex and pornography addiction, including the most up to date research in neuroscience and information on diagnosis, etiology, and treatment. The systemic impact on the family will also be briefly addressed including the traumatic impact of sex addiction on partners and children and treating the family using a relational paradigm.
Sex, Tech and Addiction: The Effect of the Internet and Social Media on Relationship Intimacy and Sexual Addiction
Modern technology continues its generational and cultural influence, as we are all drawn into increasingly sophisticated and immediately accessible online content and interconnectivity. While many aspects of this evolutionary process are both useful and even essential for successful business and social interaction, increasing numbers of clients are also seeking treatment for addictive and problematic patterns of Internet sexual and romantic behavior that simply did not exist a mere decade ago. Today there is little question that problem addictive online sexual activity is costing some their jobs, families, spouses, while also contributing to drug and alcohol relapse. This talk will offer clinical insight and workable solutions for men and women struggling with Internet- sex and pornography addictions, review the status of this diagnosis in the DSM 5, while providing an specific overview of these new technologies that are evoking age old problems.
You are invited to attend Promises Treatment Centers’ career fair on May 20th. This will be a great opportunity to meet leadership from the Promises team with immediate job openings in the Southern California market. The event is open to all candidates, including experienced program aides, mental health technicians, recent college graduates, and psych tech program aides.
What prompts ED during training?
Friday, May 13, 2016 | 11:30AM-1:00PM
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Please join us for An Integrated Approach to Mental Health Care: a reading and discussion with Sheila Hamilton, author of All the Things We Never Knew, Chasing the Chaos of Mental Illness.
Hosted by Malibu Vista
Saturday, May 7, 2016
2045 S. Barrington Ave., #B
Los Angeles, CA 90025
RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We apologize but this event has been cancelled. Presented by Debra L. Kaplan, MBA, MA, LPC, CMAT, CSAT-S. Issues involving money and sex are an inescapable presence in life and become particularly complex when introduced into relationship.