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Trauma-Based FT Training

Children’s Behavioral Health Multicultural Training Institute for Masters-level Clinicians working in communities of color

Keepin’ It Real: (click for full flyer) Clinical Interventions To Break the Cycle of Youth Violence & Self-Harm


Friday, November 1, 8:30am-6pm
ADDRESS: Boston University Castle, 225 Bay State Road


with
Dr. Kenneth Hardy
Clinician, trainer & groundbreaking author of “Teens Who Hurt”



Dr. Ken Hardy is a professor of family therapy at Drexel University and the Director of the Eikenberg Institute for Relationships in New York City where he maintains a private practice specializing in working with traumatized and oppressed populations. He has won considerable acclaim through his publications and videotapes, challenging our society to think critically about the hidden but significant connections that often exist between trauma and issues of oppression. Dr. Hardy, along with a colleague, developed a curriculum to train licensed clinicians in Trauma Based Family Therapy.


Registration: By invitation only through employers of the Greater Boston Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative and Black Mental Health Alliance. No charge. Meals included.

Public Transit: Take Orange Line tor bus o Mass Ave T station. At Mass Ave (northbound side) near Huntington Ave, catch the free BU bus at the MBTA bus stop. It runs every 10 minutes.

Parking: BU Lot at corner of Granby and Commonwealth, $12

Continuing Education Units: Have been requested by the Center for Multicultural Mental Health

Presented by
Center for Multicultural Mental Health (BU School of Medicine)
& Black Mental Health Alliance of Massachusetts
on behalf of
Greater Boston Children’s Behavioral Health Workforce Collaborative
Children’s Services of Roxbury, Latino Health Institute, The Home for Little Wanderers,
Riverside Community Care, Wayside, JRI, Children’s Family and Friend, Black Mental
Health Alliance, PPAL, Urban College of Boston,
Center for Multicultural Mental Health

Supported by the MA Department of Mental Heal

Keepin’ It Real Clinical Interventions to Break the Cycle of Youth Violence & Self-Harm

Friday, November 1, 2013
Boston University Castle, 225 Bay State Road

8:30

Registration and Breakfast

30 minutes

9:00

Welcome & Overview of the Day
Dr. Kermit Crawford (CMMH) & Todd Payton (BMHA)
Joan Mikula, Department of Mental Health

10 minutes

9:10

Keynote: Keepin’ It Real
Clinical interventions to Break the Cycle of Youth Violence & Self-Harm
Dr. Kenneth Hardy

60 minutes

10:15

Reflection Breakout Groups (led by CMMH faculty)

90 minutes

11:45

Lunch

60 minutes

12:45

Keepin’ It Real, Part II
Clinical Interventions to Break the Cycle of Youth Violence & Self-Harm
Dr. Ken Hardy

60 minutes

1:45

Reflection Breakout Groups II (led by CMMH faculty)

90 minutes

3:15

Plenary: Strengthening Our Practice in Trauma-based Family Therapy
Dr. Ken Hardy & participants

75 minutes

4:30

Celebration & Reception
Appreciations, Dr. Kermit Crawford (CMMH) and Todd Payton (BMHA)
Pyschosocial Capoeria Group, Musical performance*
Food & drink

90 minutes

6pm

End



The Psychosocial Capoeira Group aims to support students at the Young Achievers School, grades K-8, in improving their social-emotional functioning through the Afro-Brazilian artform of Capoeira, where students perform engage in acrobatics, dance, and physical conditioning which entail learning to enhance their emotional regulation and social skills, in addition to teaching.