The Complexities of Complex Trauma Accelerated Live Teleseminar Hyde

When:  Jan 8, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM (CT)

 

The Complexities of Complex Trauma Accelerated

 

In the new accelerated course, participants will complete The Complexities of Complex Trauma Parts I & II in six months. The course will meet twice monthly on Fridays. 

 

Intended Participants:  Licensed mental health professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors, accredited psychotherapists, etc.) who are interested in developing their skills in treating clients with chronic trauma related disorders. For this course, there is no need to have a client with a chronic trauma-related disorder. Students are asked to submit a copy of their CV and license to the instructor to have on file at the time of registration

 

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Course Format: 12 sessions Teleseminar; 2.5 hour sessions each.
Course Dates: Fridays, Jan 8, Jan 22, Feb 5, Feb 26, Mar 12, Mar 26, Apr 16, Apr 30, May 14, May 28, June 11, June 25, 2021
Meeting Time: 10:00am - 12:30pm US Central Time

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Faculty: Rosalie Hyde, LCSW
E-mail address: rosaliehyde@aol.com

Faculty Bio: Rosalie Hyde is a licensed clinical social worker and licensed marriage and family therapist in practice over 25 years, and voluntary faculty of Baylor College of Medicine. As a traumatologist, she has expertise in the treatment of a wide range of trauma-related disorders, including post-traumatic stress disorder, dissociative disorders, affective disorders, somatization disorders, eating disorders, substance abuse and personality disorders. She is a board-approved supervisor for social workers in Texas seeking independent licensure.

 

Continuing Education Credits: CE Learning Systems is a co-sponsor of this event. APA credits are available for this course. To earn continuing education credits participants must complete an evaluation for each session and an overall evaluation at the conclusion of the course. Students must attend 50 minutes out of each hour via videoconferencing to be eligible for credits.