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Saturday, November 7 • 10:50am - 12:20pm
Film & Video-based Therapy for Working with Traumatized and Addicted Clients

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ROOM 712

While film and video have long been used in psychological practice, researchers and practitioners have only just begun to explore the benefits of film and video production as as a therapeutic tool. Based on the presenter’s recently published book, this workshop will present film and video-based therapy interventions that incorporate digital storytelling, equine-assisted therapy, sandtray, individual therapy, and process groups. Lecture and video presentations will demonstrate how this expressive medium can be used in a wide range of settings that include jails, psychiatric hospitals, and community counseling centers, and with a variety of clinical populations such as at-risk youth, trauma victims, developmentally disabled youth, and combat veterans.

Eligible for 1.5 Credits: ATCB, NBCC; ASWB, APA, MFT, Nursing; SWNYS


Faculty
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Josh L. Cohen, PhD

Josh L. Cohen, PhD, received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology in 2013 from Pacifica Graduate Institute. His clinical experience has been with dual diagnosis chemical dependent populations as well as DCFS and families who were court-ordered. Within those populations Josh has worked with many different kinds of disorders within the DSM-IV-TR, most of which were suffering from trauma, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders. He... Read More →


Saturday November 7, 2015 10:50am - 12:20pm
Executive Conference Center 1601 Broadway (enter on 48th Street)