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Clinical Encounters With Social Justice Issues In A Community Mental Health Clinic

Home Office of Gabie Berliner 120 Commonwealth Ave, San Francisco

Reflecting on thirty-five years of working at the Tenderloin clinic in San Francisco, Linda Zaretsky, MFT will be using clinical vignettes, historical and autobiographical material as well as music and fiction to explore the intersectionality of the internal worlds and the social surround of clients living in the Tenderloin and the clinicians working with them.

Wherever You Go, There You Are – Sabbatical or Travel: Using Clinical and Social Work Skills in Underserved Parts of the World

Home Office of Gabie Berliner 120 Commonwealth Ave, San Francisco

This presentation promises to be lively and, entertaining and just might inspire you to think about honoring your own important dreams. Our shared discussion hopefully will leave you thinking about a lifetime of skills and abilities you have to offer others in the world.

Fall Convocation: Trauma

La Quinta Inn 920 University Ave , Berkeley, CA

"Critical Discourse for Healers: Implications of Exposure to Complex Trauma for the Clinician." Dr. Theopia Jackson is an accomplished scholar-practitioner and educator who has a long history of providing child, adolescent, and family therapy services, specializing in serving populations coping with chronic illness and complex trauma.

Caring For Children in Crisis Conference

Caring For Children was established in 1985 with the purpose of filling a serious gap in services to children in crisis. Although many human service agencies exist to address the basic survival needs of distressed children, none has sufficient resources to focus on the youngster’s emotional and psychological needs necessary to help them cope with the deprivation and trauma of their daily lives.

Navigating the Road Ahead: Intersections of Adoption, Race & Schools

First Unitarian Church of Oakland 685 14th Street, Oakland

Join us for Pact’s 2nd annual conference for adoptive parents of color and their families. Workshops and discussions will focus on supporting adoptive children of color throughout their educational journey from early childhood through high school and beyond. Adoptive parents, foster parents, and waiting adoptive parents of color are all welcome!

A Flexible Frame: Holding the patient in mind

Home Office of Gabie Berliner 120 Commonwealth Ave, San Francisco

In the seminar, with mutual sharing, we will explore the traditional psychoanalytic frame, what works, what doesn’t. We will find ways to work within a frame, mutually created by therapist and patient, individually for each patient. Not one size frame fits all.

Winter Convocation: Making Psychodynamic Theory Relevant to Agency Practice

Making Psychodynamic Theory Relevant to Agency Practice The Sanville Institute's Winter Convocation Saturday, January 27, 9am - 5pm The Braid: 2912 Colorado Ave #102, Santa Monica, CA 90404 6 CE credits for LCSWs, MFTs & Psychologists Cost: Standard $125, Students $60 CE Certificate included Boxed Lunch $15 - MUST PREORDER Maintaining a Biopsychosocial Perspective in … Continue reading Winter Convocation: Making Psychodynamic Theory Relevant to Agency Practice