10 Continuing Education credits will be provided at the Highly Sensitive Therapist Retreat being hosted by Sensitive Therapist on September 29 - October 2, 2019 at Menla in Phoenicia, NY.
The Science and Self-Care of High Sensitivity will be taught by Alane Freund, MA, MS, LMFT during the following times:
September 30th and October 1, 2019
In this workshop, Alane Freund will outline the core characteristics, research and case examples of the trait of High Sensitivity in order to distinguish it from possible differential diagnoses. Participants will compile effective strategies for Highly Sensitive clients managing overarousal or overstimulation and assess for unique symptoms of anxiety and depression.
At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
List and describe the four identifying characteristics of High Sensitivity (otherwise known as Sensory Processing Sensitivity).
Distinguish the trait of sensory processing sensitivity from other characteristics and personality variables (e.g. high sensation seeking, introversion, extraversion).
Summarize research on the trait of high sensitivity.
Define over-arousal, specify strategies for patients/clients feeling over-aroused or overstimulated.
Compile effective interventions for clients demonstrating the trait of Sensory Processing Sensitivity.
Assess and compare High Sensitivity to other mental health diagnoses such as ADHD and Anxiety Disorders.
Assess the impact of differential susceptibility and vantage sensitivity on mental health in clients with Sensory Processing Sensitivity.
State symptoms and possible causes of depression and anxiety (including genetic vulnerability) that may be unique to HSPs.
Discuss and compare case examples of clients demonstrating the trait of Sensory Processing Sensitivity.
Through two and a half decades as a therapist, Alane Freund, MS, MA, LMFT, (Lic.#36077) has helped youth and families focus on solutions through psychotherapy and consultation. Working closely with Dr. Elaine Aron, Ms. Freund has developed and implemented programs for highly sensitive people, children, families, and clinicians who serve them in her California therapy and team building practice, Heart and Mind Equine. An Advanced Certified Consultant on high sensitivity, she also holds Masters’ degrees in clinical psychology and school counseling. Ms. Freund specializes in family therapy and education with and about highly sensitive people, including LGBTQ+ families. A skilled facilitator and therapist, an HSP herself, and the parent of a teen highly sensitive boy, she teaches workshops, offers consultation, and leads groups and retreats, including the HSPs & Horses retreats in northern California with Elaine Aron, PhD. Ms. Freund is on faculty at Kripalu in Massachusetts and 1440 Multiversity in California as well as teaching at California Institute for Psychotherapy and the California Institute of Integral Studies in California.
Early Registration = $2,295
Regular Registration = $2,795
Commuter Early Registration = $1,295
Commuter Regular Registration = $1,795
Target Audience: Mental Health Professionals, Counselors and Psychotherapists; Beginning and Intermediate Level.
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