Clinical Evening Meetings
Clinical Evening Meetings (CEM's) are short presentations by members and other community clinicians, exploring a clinical area from both a practical and emotional area.
Clinical Evening Meetings Provide:
These meetings allow colleagues to gather and network with one another, providing necessary social and professional connections.
Both panel discussions and fishbowl style conversations will foster deep and meaningful conversations between panelists and participants, encouraging a lively and engaging process for all.
Meetings Titles and Dates
Models of Therapy, Part 2: Psychodynamic, Mindfulness and PACT
Join us to hear a panel of three experienced clinical social workers describe the use of their specific model of therapy. Each speaker has completed advanced training in their specific therapy modality: Psychodynamic psychotherapy, MBSR and PACT. Each speaker will describe the therapy modality they use and outline a path to obtaining advanced training. Panel members will also answer questions from attendees.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Matthew Brooks, MSW, LICSW is a licensed clinical social worker and psychoanalyst, working with individual adults and adolescents in short-term and long-term treatment. His areas of specialty include trauma, dual diagnosis, and sexuality, and he has a particular interest in the treatment of complex personality disorders. He has an extensive background in HIV/AIDS social work in activist, nonprofit and government sectors. In addition to his clinical practice, he provides clinical supervision and consultation, and he is an instructor in the adult psychoanalytic psychotherapy program at SPSI, the Seattle Psychoanalytic Society & Institute.Carolyn Sharp, LICSW is a clinical social worker in private practice with a specialty in treating couples using Stan Tatkin's Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT). Carolyn is an advanced PACT practitioner having completed all three levels of training with the PACT Institute, and continues to receive individual consultation with Dr. Tatkin. She assisted Stan and his wife Tracey at their couples retreats at the Esalen institute in 2013 and 2015, as well as assisting at the Level 1 training in Seattle. She offers consultation to beginning PACT practitioners.
1.5 CEUs offered
Students Free (student id required)
To register visit the Events Calendar
UW School of Social Work, Room #305, 4101 15th Ave. NE, Seattle 98105