workshops and webinars
Lucy Daniels Center and Psychoanalytic Center of the Carolinas Present:
Finding the Pieces: Trauma and Reunification Within a Family
Presenter: Felecia Powell-Williams, Ed.D.
WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 7 10am-12pm EST via Zoom
COST: $45 (*Free admission and CE/CME credits for PCC members, full-time students with ID, and trainees in the departments of social work, psychology, and psychiatry.)
CME Credits: 2 / CE credits: 2 / NBCC: 2 clock hours / All others: Letter of attendance
This psychodynamic case presentation explores a mother’s traumatic past and its impact on the emotional and cognitive development of her twin sons. The mother’s internal conflicts and fantasies related to her early experiences as well as generational effects within the family will be illustrated. Our presenter demonstrates the ways in which a psychodynamic approach to parent work can provide a safe place to rework trauma and an opportunity for progressive development in both parent and child.
Learning objectives: At the conclusion of this presentation, participants will be able to:
- Illustrate how psychodynamic approaches provide a safe environment for reworking trauma and supporting progressive developmental progress.
- Discuss practical therapeutic approaches for application regarding individual and family psychopathology associated with trauma.
Identify how parent work creates a therapeutic alliance to provide support of the emotional development of the children in the case presentation.
Creating a Remote Learning Environment that Works
Presenter: Jennifer Reid, M.A.
Early School Director/In-School Therapeutic Services Coordinator
Lucy Daniels Center
WHEN: Thursday, September 10, 11 AM (This webinar has ended. Please use button below to view recorded webinar)
Is your child struggling with focus, independence, or consistent participation in remote learning?
Join us for this free webinar that explores the structure of the remote learning environment and provides tips on creating a space in your home that supports children’s developmental needs as students. Parents as well as teachers who wish to help their students’ families make the most of remote learning welcome.
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