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7:45 – 9:45 AM Resilience in Development: The Power of Ordinary Magic
Ann S. Masten, Ph.D.
Distinguished McKnightUniversity Professor, University of Minnesota, Institute for Child Development
  Dr. Masten draws on her own research and the world literature on risk and resilience. She discusses the meaning of resilience, findings on what makes a difference and implications for practice and policy.
10:00 – 12:00 Noon Changing the Odds: A Resilience Framework for Prevention & Intervention
Ann S. Masten, Ph.D.
This workshop emphasizes the ways resilience can be translated into improving prevention and intervention efforts among high-riskyouth and families.
Self-defeating Behaviors: Where They Come From; How and Why They’re Perpetuated
Gregg Boothroyd, Ph.D.,CAC IIProfessor Emeritus - Western Michigan University, co-author, Going Home - A Positive Emotional Guide
Self-defeating behaviors, while initially disguised for protection and psychic relief, they betray us and create the suffering they were originally designed to replace.
12:00 Noon – 1:15 PM Lunch (On Your Own)
1:15 – 3:15 PM Self-defeating Behavior Elimination: The Roadmap
Gregg Boothroyd, Ph.D., CAC II
The elimination of self-defeating behaviors and replacement with life-generating behaviors can be accomplished by following a practical, clear, concise roadmap.
Internal Family Systems Model: Releasing the Self:
Integrating Spirituality & Psychotherapy
Dick Schwartz, Ph.D.
Author, Internal Family Systems Therapy,
Founder, Center for Self-Leadership, Oak Park, IL
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7:45 – 9:45 AM Making Safe Places
  Peter Alsop, Ph.D.
Certified experiential therapist, nationally known singer/songwriter, lecturer, and humorist
  With hilarious sing-alongs and stories, Dr. Alsop helps us understand how to create emotionally safe places for our children, students, co-workers, clients, families, and ourselves.
  A New Way to Understand & Treat Trauma
  Dick Schwartz, Ph.D.
  Applications of the Internal Family Systems Model.
10:00 – 12 Noon The Marriage of the Future
  Harville Hendrix, Ph.D.
Author, Getting the Love You Want, co-founder, Imago Relationship International
  The traditional marriage is dying. The contours of the “new” marriages are visible. This lecture describes the causes and features, the power of the new marriage for personal healing.
12:00 Noon – 1:15 PM Lunch (On Your Own)
1:15 – 3:15 PM Imago Relationship Therapy: A NEW Couples Therapy
  Harvill Hendrix, Ph.D.
  Couples fall in love, fall out of love and live in conflict, or parallel lives, or divorce. Imago Therapy offers another solution, a conscious marriage that heals the wounds of childhood behind most conflicts and helps couples achieve the marriage of their dreams.
  Emotional Trauma and the Price We Pay
  Shelley Uram, M.D.
Psychiatrist, The Meadows, Wickenburg, AZ
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FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 2006
7:45 – 9:45 AM Understanding Self-injury
  Wendy Lader, Ph.D.
Co-founder, clinical director, S.A.F.E. (Self Abuse Finally Ends) Alternatives,
co-author, Bodily Harm: The Breakthrough Healing Program for Self-Injurers
  In the past decade, self-injury has grown from an obscure psychiatric symptom to a mainstream problem. This presentation helps participants understand why we are experiencing a dramatic increase in body focused self-injurious behaviors.
10:00 – 12 Noon Treating the Self-injurer
  Wendy Lader, Ph.D.
  This workshop provides an understanding of the goals of treatment and how to have an organized treatment protocol.
  The Addicted/Traumatized Family System Model
  Tian Dayton, Ph.D.
Author, The Living Stage: A Step by Step Guide to Psychodrama, Director, N.Y. Psychodrama Training Institute at Caron, Former Professor of Psychodrama, New York University
Learning how to use the social atom, as a paper and pencil technique or moved into sculpting and/or psychodrama enactment.
12:00 Noon – 1:15 PM Lunch (On Your Own)
1:15 – 3:15 PM Filling Your Toolbox: Tools to Deal with Difficult Situations

Peter Alsop, Ph.D.

  Stories and strategies to use music, humor, “sculpting with people” to overcome emotional roadblocks.

The Addicted/Traumatized Family System Model

Tian Dayton, Ph.D.
  Experiential Techniques Made Easy: Experiential Techniques for Groups in Recovery
7:00 – 8:00 PM Peter Alsop Concert – Kids, Parents & Professionals
  A good time for all with songs, while singing along to some healthy living ideas.
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7:45 – 9:45 AM Complex Psychological Trauma: Connecting BPD to Post Traumatic Stress
  John Briere, Ph.D.
AssociateProfessor of Psychiatry & Psychology, USC, School of Medicine
110:00 – 12 Noon Treating Complex Post Traumatic Stress
  John Briere, Ph.D.
Introduction to Clinical Hypnosis: Discovering Core Skills
  Michael Yapko, Ph.D.
Author, Breaking the Patterns of Depression; Hand-Me-Down Blues; Trancework (3rd edition), Clinical Psychologist, San Diego, CA
  Hypnosis enhances the efficacy of other approaches, most notably cognitive-behavioral approaches. How hypnosis meshes with and even underlies various psychotherapies is well articulated in this session.
12:00 Noon – 1:15 PM Lunch (On Your Own)
1:15 – 3:15 PM Hand-Me-Down Blues: Depression & Trans-Generational Risk Factors
  Michael Yapko, Ph.D.
  The child of a depressed parent is three to six times more likely to suffer from depression. Depression, in a sense, is contagious. Risk factors for depressed marriages are identified and discussed with an emphasis on how therapists can intervene effectively.
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