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9-Credit CE Marathon, From the Inside Out, Virtues of Family Caregiving, and Art and Science, Sunday, 12-16-18 (Staten Island)

To Register for this class, please complete the online registration form below. Feel free to call(929)35- CEYOU / (929) 352-3968 or email NewYork@CEyou.org for assistance.

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Please join us for our

CE You! New York Seminar featuring three great presentations…

From the Inside Out: A Closer Look at Domestic Violence and Effective Interventions

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The Virtues of Family Caregiving: Examine the Dynamics and Ethics of Nonprofessional, Informal, and often Unpaid Health Care

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Art or Science? Evidence in Psychotherapy: Where We Stand

 

Earn up to 9 CE Contact Hours!

 

Sunday December 16, 2018

JCC of Staten Island, 1466 Manor Road, Staten Island, NY 10314

This CE You! New York Marathon Seminar includes three excellent classes (a total of 9 CE Contact Hours). You can attend all three classes or select individual classes. The Cost of the full seminar is only $169. Two classes are $119. One class is $75. Includes light lunch/dinner.

 

* Free and Easy Parking * Just Minutes from the Verrazano Bridge *

* Cafe on Premises * Refreshments included *

 

First Session: 11:00 AM – 2:00PM

From the Inside Out: A Closer Look at Domestic Violence and Effective Interventions

( 3 CE Contact Hours )

Presenter: Alexa Donnelly, LMSW

In this thought provoking presentation, Alexa Donnelly, LMSW, provides a unique view of both sides of domestic violence. We look at survivors and offenders, dynamics that make leaving violent relationships so difficult, invisible variable, reasons and trauma. Participants will also gain an overview of how motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and narrative therapy techniques can be combined for effective intervention. Trauma informed treatment and safety planning will also be examined.

Alexa Donnelly, is a Social Worker with a background including work in domestic violence and is also an experienced provider for individuals with disabilities

 

Second Session: 2:00 PM – 5:00PM

The Virtues of Family Caregiving: Examine the Dynamics and Ethics of Nonprofessional, Informal, and often Unpaid Health Care

( 3 CE Contact Hours)

Presenter: Michael Dahnke, PhD.

Without a doubt, the original health care was given in the home by family. Even after shamans, herbalists, and other types of traditional healers became part of primal cultures, the bulk of care for the sick was likely provided by the family. With the development of modern scientific medicine just a couple centuries ago, focus on this aspect of care waned as health care was perceived more and more as a specialized science or professional skill requiring advanced study, expertise, and specific knowledge. Though family care may have never left our modern society, we have seen resurgence in this phenomenon. Today it plays an integral, even necessary, role in the modern healthcare economy. This presentation will explore the nature and scope of family caregiving in our contemporary world, examining the presumed underlying moral obligations. Is it an obligation? Or is it to be done purely out of love? Is it merely minimally decent or an heroic act of moral excellence? What virtues characterize the ideal family caregiver? What vices commonly obstruct competent or optimal care?
Participants will explore the essence, scope, and role of family caregiving in the current healthcare environment and economy, analyze the underlying ethical obligations associated with family caregiving, and examine the Social issues when working with clients who provide this type of care.
Dr. Dahnke brings a unique, thought provoking and interactive approach as a university lecturer (CUNY) as well as through his noted publications and academic works on the ethics surrounding client confidentiality and autonomy, duty to warn, and social justice. This workshop is sure to deepen your appreciation of the decision making process, and offer thinking strategies to help clients better understand and connect with their values systems.

 

Third Session: 5:00 PM – 8:00PM

Art or Science? Evidence in Psychotherapy: Where We Stand

( 3 CE Contact Hours)

Presenter: Gabriel Hoffnung, PhD

Join Dr. Gabriel Hoffnung, PhD as we explore psychotherapy in action!
Participants will gain effective and applicable insight surrounding the latest scientific research as it applies to clinical practice, myths, controversies, and misconceptions that may relate to different therapeutic techniques, and innovative ways to incorporate an evidence based approach into practice.
Gabriel Hoffnung, PhD is a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Anxiety. He received his doctorate in clinical/health psychology from the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology at Yeshiva University. Dr. Hoffnung combines a strong background in neuropsychology and the health sciences with a staunchly behavioral approach to formulate evidence-based approaches to OCD and anxiety disorders among children, adolescents, and adults.

 

 

This CE You! New York Marathon Seminar includes three excellent classes (a total of 9 CE Contact Hours). You can attend all three classes or select individual classes. The Cost of the full seminar is only $169. Two classes are $119. One class is $75. Includes light lunch/dinner.

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