Course in the
Diagnosis and Treatment of Severe Dissociative Disorders. A course for
licensed mental health
professionals who have completed the Regular and Advanced course (see
and who will receive continuing education credits (CEUs) for the
by the International Society for
the Study of Trauma and Dissociation.
2009, 2011 and 2012.
Advanced Course in
the Diagnosis and Treatment of Severe Dissociative Disorders. One of two individuals
teaching a pilot
course to licensed mental health professionals, who receive continuing
education credits (CEUs) for the training.
Sponsored by the International Society for the
Study of Trauma and
2004 - June
2005, January 2006 - December 2006, January 2007 - October 2007,
- December 2008, November 2010 - October 2011.
Treatment of Severe Dissociative Disorders.
One of the 14 original faculty selected
world-wide by the International Society for the Study of Dissociation
this 9-month course to licensed mental health practitioners for
education credits (CEUs). September 2002 - June 2003, October 2003 -
September 2004 - June 2005, January 2006 - December 2006, January 2007
October 2007, April 2008 - February 2009, June 2009 - July 2010, March
Using EMDR with Severe
Trauma, Complex Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Dissociative Symptoms. A two-day workshop. Philadelphia, May 2008;
2008; St. Louis, October 2008; Chicago, November 2008. Mental health
Presentation on the Dissociative Disorders.
Part of EMDR Level II Training.
Began in July, 2004.
Dissociate Disorders: Update, Current Research and Applications of EMDR.
One day, pre-conference workshop at the 2003 EMDR International
Association Conference, Denver, CO; September 18, 2003.
Knowledge. Workshop leader, Nyingma Institute, Berkeley,
CA; April 18-20, 1997.
Self: Divided, Unified or Integrated--Philosophical and Social Aspects.
Faculty member for a full day workshop with Braude, Ph.D. (a
philosopher), Gainer, Ph.D. (a phenomenological psychologist), and
Radden, Ph.D. (a philosopher). Akron, OH; March 24, 1994.
Management, Loss of Control, Memory Intrusions, Boundary Problems and
Countertransference in the Treatment of Dissociative Disorders.
Half-day workshop held as part of the Second Annual Conference on
Ritual Abuse and Mind Control. Richmond, Virginia; February 20, 1994.
Reduction and Creative Problem-Solving. Workshop at the
Third Annual Professional Development Institute for legislative and
executive staff members from Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio and
Indiana. Central Michigan University; September 17, 1993.
Breakthroughs. Session held to assist staffers of the
Michigan Republican Caucus. Dewitt, MI; September 10, 1993.
Violent Alters with State Shifts. Workshop presentation in
Treatment of Ritual Abuse Survivors. The Michigan Psychoanalytic
Council, E. Lansing, MI; May 22, 1993.
Management. Workshop for State Legislative Staffers.
January 10, 1992.
Lived-World: "Methods" of Interpersonal Phenomenological Psychotherapy.
Invited paper to the Merleau-Ponty Circle. Hamilton, NY; April, 1981.
Phenomenological-Existential Psychotherapy. Day-long
workshop at Arizona State University; Spring, 1981
Group Psychotherapy. Small-group leader at a two day
workshop led by Hugh Mullen, M.D., at the Annual Spring Institute of
the Beth Moser Mental Health Clinic. Jackson, MI; April, 1972.
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Coordinated & Presented
term treatment for the long term patient led by Art Freeman, Ed.D.,
ABPP, in Midland, MI, November 10-11, 1998.
Arranged day and half workshop with Dr. Barzakov on Optimalearning for
EHHS, Sep 16-17, 1988
Experimental Phenomenology--A one day, introductory workshop led by
Amadeo Giorgi, Ph.D. at Central Michigan University, March 16, 1987.
Introductory workshop on the treatment and diagnosis of multiple
personality disorder led with S. Lovinger, Ph.D.at Central Michigan
University, November, 1986.
Time, Space & Knowledge led by Bill Soskin, Ph.D., ABPP, at
Central Michigan University, February, 1981.
Time, Space and Knowledge led by Larry Simmons at Central Michigan
University, April 11 & 12, 1980.
A Blueprint for Designing and Implementing Behavior Modification
Programs in Institutional and Community Settings led by Luke Watson,
Ph.D., December 5-6, 1975.
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