- Attachment theory and anxiety related childhood adversity and adaptations in a developmental context.
- Neurobiology, cognitive science and science of emotion as related to experiences of anxiety from a cognitive, emotional, behavioral, interpersonal and existential perspectives.
- Recent developments in the field of traumatic stress studies and emerging understandings illuminating the link between developmental and acute traumatic experiences and the development of anxiety related disorders.
- Mindfulness-based therapeutic approaches, practices and interventions for use with anxiety disorders. Mindfulness- based approaches to be discussed, explored and practiced are based on the following perspectives:
o Process experiential emotion focused therapy;
o Internal Family System;
o Acceptance and Commitment therapy;
o Somatic experiencing
Galia Schechter, Psy.D; MBA, is a California based Clinical Psychologist, Lecturer, Trainer and Supervisor. She currently splits her time between her teaching commitments at several San Francisco Bay Area Universities and her own successful private practice and consultancy in Berkeley. Galia has previously been the Clinical Director of several Community Mental Health clinics and in both her teaching and clinical work, Galia specialises in the integration of Mindfulness-based approaches with the psychology of trauma. Her contemporary knowledge and practice experience combined with her passion for the power and efficacy of mindfulness make this a training opportunity not to be missed for all professionals working with anxious clients.
|Thu, Fri||09:00 AM — 04:00 PM|
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