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The Self and the System: Shifting Conceptions of Addictions and Their Treatment
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 Export to Your Calendar 3/31/2017
When: Friday, March 31, 2017
9:15 am - 4:30 pm
Where: The New School University
Starr Foundation Hall
63 Fifth AVenue
New York, New York 
United States
Contact: NYSPA Central Office
518-437-1040


Online registration is available until: 3/29/2017
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Presented by NYSPA's Division on Addictions

Co-Sponsored by the Concentration in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling at The New School for Social Research

This conference will explore how clients’ experience of themselves and their addictions can change in treatment. We will reflect on the importance of language and labels as they apply
to our clients and our work and explore how treatment can address the fragmentation of self, which is a common consequence of trauma.

Presenters will illustrate how a new, integrated experience of self and identity can emerge from the clinical process. The shifting paradigms in treatment today that allow this kind of work to unfold will also be considered. Join us to discuss these evolving concepts and how we build our clinical skills to incorporate them into our work.

 Rebecca Block, PhD   Opening Remarks 
 Debra Rothschild, PhD   Multiple Aspects of the Self and Identity: Implications for Substance Users In and Out of Treatment
 Jami Wolf-Dolan, PhD   Trauma, Prolonged Exposure, Fragmentation, and Re-integration: A Case Study
 Scott Kellogg, PhD   Addiction, Complexity, and Freedom: Toward a Liberation-Focused Model of Treatment
 Andrew Tatarsky, PhD   Complexity in Practice: A Treatment Center Case with Opioid Dependence and Multiple Traumas

 


 


 

Onsite registration and check-in begins at 8:30 am

A light breakfast and afternoon refreshments will be served.

Registration Fees:

$90 Addictions Division Members
$100 NYSPA Members
$110 General Admission
$30 Students

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