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This symposium will bridge the gap between the new neurobiological insights and recent clinical research on the psychotherapeutic treatment of patients suffering from psychosomatic distress by bringing together an international group of clinicians (psychiatrists, neurologists, primary care physicians, psychologists, and art psychotherapists) as well as developmental and cognitive-affective neuroscientists. Presentations will focus on the crucial role of early development and emotion regulation in health and disease, treatment implications of the latest research findings, state-of-the-art psychosomatic treatment programs in Europe, and illustration of the best treatment practices with clinical material. (Source)
Registration for professionals is $40. Students, residents, and fellows can attend the symposium for free provided they bring their ID. Please register before January 9th, 2015. Click here to register.
Organized by SIRPA founder Georgie Oldfield, MCSP, this inaugural conference brings together medical experts from all over the world to discuss the causes and treatment of TMS. The event aims to educate attendees about the causes and treatment of TMS: how chronic pain can become a learned nerve pathway as a response to strong emotions, and how individuals can overcome their symptoms through identifying and addressing the underlying emotional causes. The conference will be held at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Registration is £150.00 ($236.01 in US dollars) for a Standard Ticket or £190.00 ($298.94 in US dollars) for a Premium Ticket. To learn more about the two tickets, and to register for the conference, click here.
Pathways to Pain Relief Practitioner Training Program
Psychologists and co-authors of Pathways to Pain Relief Frances Sommer Anderson, PhD, SEP and Eric Sherman, PsyD are offering a training program for practitioners in the treatment of TMS/PPD for the academic year of 2014-2015. The intensive seven-month program includes classroom instruction, experiential learning, reading and writing assignments, and individual case consultations with Drs. Anderson and Sherman. Tuition ranges from $725 - $925, depending on participants' affiliation with the PSP, with an additional fee for case consultations of $100/session (or $125 for those unaffiliated with the PSP). To register, contact Nicole M. Seitz, LPC via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone at (267) 971-5729.
For complete details about the program, curriculum, requirements and tuition, click here
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