AEDP West Seminar • October 28
Strengthening The Self: Intra-relational AEDP in the Treatment of Complex Trauma
Jerry Lamagna, L.C.S.W.
Seminar runs from 1 to 5 pm. Snacks and time to network with your colleagues will also be provided.
From the South: Take Hwy 101 north from the Golden Gate Bridge to the San Anselmo exit. Turn off and follow Sir Francis Drake Blvd. for approximately 3 miles. Turn left on Bolinas Ave. (at the traffic light) and go two blocks to Kensington Road and make a right turn into the Seminary entrance.
From the East: Take Hwy 580 across the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. Take the Sir Francis Drake Boulevard exit. As you approach the Hwy 101 underpass, stay in the center lane following the sign to Kentfield, which will remain Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. Stay on Sir Francis Drake for approximately 3 miles and turn left on Bolinas Avenue. Go two blocks to Kensington Road and make a right turn into the seminary entrance.
From the North: Take the Central San Rafael exit off Highway 101. Turn right on to Third Street, following it through downtown San Rafael and then along Redhill Boulevard to Sir Francis Drake. Turn left on Sir Francis Drake to the fourth traffic light (Bolinas Ave). Turn right and go two blocks to Kensington Road and make a right turn into the seminary entrance.
MORE ABOUT THE VENUE
The seminar will take place in Scott Hall, also known as the castle at the top of the hill. Once inside, look for posted AEDP signs.
- The concept of Self Capacities and how compromised self capacities reflect problems in relatedness, identity, affect regulation and reflective function observed in survivors of complex trauma.
- The principles behind Intra-relational AEDP¹s multiplicity model of self and ways they can inform clinical work focused on affect regulation and reflective capacity.
- How to apply AEDP’s use of affective/somatic tracking, emotional regulation, metaprocessing and focus on change-for-the-better to work with inner ego-states.
- How, through the study of actual therapy sessions, to integrate the use of AEDP-informed “part’s work” into clinician’s current approach to treating chronically neglected and traumatized patients.
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
LocationSan Francisco Theological Seminary
105 Seminary Drive
San Anselmo, CA
105 Seminary Drive
San Anselmo, CA 94960