School of Psychology and Counseling - Instructions for Cambridge College students:
1. You must register for the workshops in advance, using the specific course code number listed before the name of the workshop (e.g., CCP590A, CCP590B). Space is limited in each workshop, so pre-registration is required.
2. Fall 2012-13 semester workshop dates are Saturday, March 16, 2013 and Saturday, April 13, 2013. You must attend both Saturdays in order to get one academic credit. Workshops will run from 9:00am - 3:30pm. The instructor will keep attendance records.
3. You will receive a course syllabus, including learning outcomes and assessment strategies. You must complete assigned written tasks in order to complete the workshop and receive credit. Each instructor will inform you of the required assignments as part of the syllabus.
4. Once you have attended all 10 hours of the workshop and completed the requisite assignments, the instructor will give you a letter grade that will appear on your academic record along with the workshop title.
5. If you need to miss a day of the workshop, you must be in touch with the instructor to discuss your options.
Please plan to bring your lunch, beverages or snacks for each day since breaks are minimal
Instructions for non-Cambridge College students who want CEUs or PDPs:
1. Participants who are not Cambridge College students are welcome to attend the workshops. However, priority seating is for CC students since the workshops are a requirement for their program.
2. In order to receive CEUs or PDPs, you will be required to speak with the instructor before the workshop begins that day. Seating is limited. Please do not simply arrive and take a seat without first speaking with the instructor.
3. You will receive CEUs or PDPs for the hours you attend the workshop. Please inform the instructor of your total hours. Please plan on attending for the full day since late arrivals and leaving early is disruptive to others in the class.
4. Complete the CEU Registration Form (available in class)
5. Please complete a Workshop Evaluation Form. It is required that the instructor initial this form as proof of attendance. Turn the completed evaluation form in at the end of the workshop in the envelope provided.
6. Please send the completed Registration Form, a copy of the signed Workshop Evaluation, and your check to the address on the form.
7. The cost for CEUs and PDPs is $10 / hour of attendance (e.g., 5 (five) hours of CEUs will cost $50).
Instructions for Cambridge College alumni and current Cambridge College students who want to attend workshops but do not need them for credit or CEUs:
1. Participants who are alumni and/or current students are welcome to attend the workshops. However, priority seating is for CC students who are required to attend these workshops as part of their programs. Please do not simply arrive and take a seat without first speaking with the instructor.
You are encouraged to complete a Workshop Evaluation. Turn the completed evaluation form in at the end of the workshop in the envelope provided.
Group Therapy with Children and Adolescents
Instructor: Albert Moscaritolo
The human brain is the source of social relations: "Human connections create neuronal connections". This course would be beneficial to those working with the latency age to adolescent population in a school or clinic setting. It is an interactive workshop that identifies activities and strategies to implement in group work with youth. You will leave this workshop with a readiness to use the curriculum
Mindfulness and its Application in Current Psychotherapies
Instructor: Russ Gwilliam
In this 10-hour workshop students will learn the practices and therapeutic applications of mindfulness. Through lecture, films, discussion and personal practice students will be exposed to the use of mindfulness in a number of current therapies including:
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression
Content will include techniques, the basic outline of each of the treatments and the neurobiological basis of mindfulness. Participants will be asked to practice mindfulness techniques between sessions to experience the challenges and benefits of mindfulness.
Instructor: Edward McGrath
This ten - hour, two - part module will require attendance, participation and research pf surveys of Cognitive Therapies. Each module will consist of didactic, video and experiential exercises. The therapeutic applications of cognitive theorists will be explored. They will include Insoo Kim Berg (Brief Solution Focused), Aaron Beck (Cognitive), Richard Glasser (Choice), Albert Ellis (Rational-Emotive Behavioral), Arnold Lazarus (Multi Modal) and some others. The module will address: mental health issues, children and adolescents, addiction and substance abuse, bereavement, and family structure
ALL WORKSHOPS WILL BE HELD AT 80 PROSPECT STREET, CAMBRIDGE, MA 02138
If you have questions about the workshops, please contact:
School of Psychology & Counseling
80 Prospect Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
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