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Author Topic: Making it Right: Trauma and Attachment Disorders, What Really Works?  (Read 14143 times)
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« on: March 31, 2011, 08:16:50 AM »

Making it Right: Trauma and Attachment Disorders, What Really Works?
Presented by;

Lark Eshleman Patterson, Ph.D.

Location: Mercado Event Center
1500 N Main St. Suite 300
Fort Worth, Texas 76164

Date: Thursday, May 12, 2011
Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Registration Fee $50.00

Lunch on your own

Nursing and Social Work CEU’s Available

 Given the complexity of developmental disorders associated with early attachment traumas, clinicians, parents and treatment team members all need a wide range yet cohesive approach to diagnostic and treatment options.
In this workshop, participants will:

       Become familiar with several screening and diagnostic tools to accurately assess compatible treatment options
       Become familiar with the components and efficacy of the multiple intervention modalities represented in STAT™ -- Synergistic Trauma and Attachment Therapy – which will outline means and ways of interweaving treatment into a holistic treatment approach.
       Learn how sensory integration therapy can be interwoven into overall treatment to increase effectiveness of trauma and attachment healing
      Be introduced to a continuous tracking mechanism to assess treatment progress
Learning Objectives:
Recognize the symptoms of attachment trauma
Identify typical behaviors and family characteristics in families with attachment trauma.
Outline the screening process for individuals and families with complex attachment-related trauma
Identify treatment options available for attachment disorder

“This workshop is for parents and professionals only. No children please."

for general inquiries, please contact:

Advocates for Children of Trauma
Phone:  817-219-5459
Fax:  817-237-6505

Tarrant County Hospital District dba JPS Health Network is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Texas Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Registration Form
Please register online at  or complete the form below and mail it along with payment to:

Advocates for Children of Trauma
7924 Eastland Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76135
Make checks payable to: A.C.T.

Making it Right: Trauma and Attachments Disorders, What
Really Works, Presented by;
Lark Eshleman Patterson, Ph.D.

DATE AND TIME:   5-12-2011             9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
WORKSHOP LOCATION:   Location: Mercado Event Center
1500 N Main St. Suite 300
Fort Worth, Texas 76164
_____Social Work  _____Nursing  
ACT will accept P.O’s only if payment is made prior to the date of the workshop. No Exceptions.   
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Confirmation Policy
The registration will not be confirmed until payment has been received. Incomplete registration forms will not be processed and a confirmation will not be issued. Do not mail/fax/email a duplicate registration as a follow-up to an already submitted registration. Confirmations of registration will be e-mailed to the address provided. Conference materials will be available for pick up at the registration desk.  No refunds will be issued for individual cancellations.

For general inquiries, please contact:
Phone:  817-219-5459
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« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2011, 08:39:20 AM »

This was a fantastic event guys!!!  Thanks for making it great! 

Lark did a good job of presenting the STAT concept and guild and I wish we could just clone the model and force all states to adopt it or something similar.  I'm so tired of being told all my kids need is a little bit of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, new meds, and for me to be (more strict, less strict, more involved, less involved, more loving, back off, more informed, less informed, more of an advocate, less of an advocate...).

Looking forward to the next one.

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