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A Regenerative and Compassionate Approach to Working with Substance-Using Clients: Harm reduction techniques, addiction medicine, and methods for supporting friends and family members assisting impacted loved ones

Online Event

This is an interactive, multi-presenter day of programming for clinicians working with individuals and families with substance use challenges. This workshop will provide the essentials of a harm reduction/mindfulness approach with Jen Levy, Ph.D., how to use addiction and functional medicine with Sonya Lazarevic, MD, and treatment approaches for families and loved ones of those impacted by substance use issues with Nicole Kosanke, Ph.D. Approved for 4.5 NYS CE Credits.

In-Person Lecture: Expanding Dissociation Informed Psychoanalytic Practice: How to make conceptual sense of Not-me, No-me, & Many mes

ICP 33 W 60th St., 4FL, New York, United States

In recent years, psychoanalysis has undergone a transformation away from an exclusive focus on repressive symptomatology to include dissociative symptomatology. Taking Sullivan's understanding of the self as a system, Dobrich proposes a continuum in which defensive dissociation may occur ranging from a more or less continuous self-system to a discontinuous self-system. Approved for 2 NYS CE credits.

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