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Behind Closed Doors: What Addiction Psychologists Actually Do And Say In The Therapy Room

When: 10/4/2013
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Where: New School for Social Research
55 W 13th Street, Arnhold Hall
Theresa Lang Community and Student Center
New York, New York 
United States
Contact: NYSPA Central Office

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Behind Closed Doors: What Addiction Psychologists Actually Do And Say In The Therapy Room

Co-sponsored by The New School

8:30 to 9:00  Registration and Light Breakfast

9:10 to 9:30  Conference Introduction: Addiction Psychology in Action
Alexandra Woods, PhD, President, Division on Addictions

9:45 to 11:00 Workshops I
I A:The Psychology of Addiction Medication
Jeff Foote, PhD, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Center for Motivation and Change

I B:Couples and Substance Use—Shifting from an Individual Role to Member of a Couple
Gayna Havens, PhD, Independent Practice

I C: Knock, Knock. Who’s There? Using Humor in a Team Treatment Model with Teens; Opening Closed Doors of the Consulting Room
Yariv Hofstein, PhD, Jessica Houser, PhD, Shelby Semino, PhD, and Shilpa Taufique, PhD, CARES Adolescent Treatment Program; St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital

I D: Is There a Place for Narrative-Based Treatment of Trauma with Substance Using Clients?
Lisa Litt, PhD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Medical Psychology in Psychiatry Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons; Clinical Director Trauma-Focused Programs, St. Luke’s Hospital

1 E: How Do Psychoanalysts Treat Substance Misuse?
Debra Rothschild, PhD, Independent Practice; Faculty, NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis

11:15 to 12:30 Workshops II

II A: The Art & Science of Intervention
John Crepsac, CSW, JC Counseling & Consulting PC Manhattan Institute for Recovery (MIR), Chatham Wellness Center

II B:Therapeutic Detectives: Working with Adolescents and Emerging Adults
Lori Holleran Steiker PhD and Ivana Grahovac MSW, University of Texas, Austin

II C: Speaking One’s Mind: Using Chairwork Dialogues to Treat Trauma and Addictions
Scott Kellogg, PhD, New York University and The Chairwork/Schema Therapy Treatment Project

II D: Group Psychotherapy: We All Do It, But Do We Know What We are Doing?
Joe Ruggiero, PhD, Assistant Clinical Director, Addiction Institute of New York, St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital

12:30 to 1:45 Lunch provided

1:45 to 3:00 Workshops III

III A: The Community Reinforcement and Family Training Method (CRAFT): Helping Families to Facilitate Change in a Substance Misusing Loved One
David Lane, PsyD, Clinical Director, Center for Motivation and Change, Westchester

III B: Non-Modulated Substance Abuse Psychotherapy: Drawing from the Patient’s Own World (With a Little Help from Willie Nelson.)
William Salton, PhD, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology of Yeshiva University

III C: Incorporating Mindfulness-Based Interventions in the Treatment of Substance Misuse
Jenifer Talley, PhD, Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling Concentration, New School for Social Research

III D: Integrative Addiction Therapy: Bringing Relational Psychoanalysis, CBT and Mindfulness Together in a Harm Reduction Frame
Andrew Tatarsky, PhD, Founder and Director, Center for Optimal Living

3:15 to 4:00 Wrap Up

Registration Fees:

Early Bird by August 31, 2013
NYSPA Members: $105
Non-NYSPA Members: $125
Students: $40
Non-profits: $55

On or After August 31, 2013
NYSPA Members: $115
Non-NYSPA Members: $135
Students: $55
Non-profits: $65

CASAC and Social Worker CE credits pending