Registration 74 40 70 Name:__________________________________ Address:_________________________________ 135 465 70 65 37 Hanna Ave. Downtown Indianapolis 31 465 State:__________________ Zip:______________ 31 65 Keystone Ave. City:____________________________________ 65 70 465 465 69 Degree:_________________________________ 40 136 74 65 Fees Lunch............................................................ $15 70 865 67 Daytime phone:___________________________ Baseball Field Softball Field EE V Cravens Hall K Physical Plant J Zerfas Wing (Lilly Hall) Attachment Theory, Mother–Infant Observation, and Psychotherapy: Research & Practice fe a t u r in g Miriam Steele, PhD School of Psychological Sciences 1400 East Hanna Avenue Indianapolis, Indiana 46227 UIndy Health Pavilion (Fall 2015) DD T Stierwalt Alumni I Lilly Science Hall S Good Hall G Schwitzer Student Center H Martin Hall # Parking lots are numbered (Visitors: 1–4, 9, 16, 17, 19) Roberts Hall BB P Ruth Lilly Center F Ransburg Auditorium Q Nicoson Hall R Key Stadium U President’s Home Athletics & Recreation Center AA CC The UIndy Tennis Center is located at 2727 East National Avenue, one mile east of campus. Master Clinician Workshop E Esch Hall (Admissions) O East Hall D Smith Mall A Krannert Memorial Library Shelby St. B Sease Wing (Library) 1 9 Z C Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center 3 2 Z Police Department Y University Apartments N Crowe Hall OFF-CAMPUS LOCATIONS The Fountain Square Center is located at 901 Shelby Street, four miles north of campus. M Central Hall Otterbein Cir. Hanna Ave. C 4 X Athletic Development Otterbein Ave. Wesley Cir. E Wesley Dr. T 18 S F B A 6 5 Campus Dr. Credit card (Please go to psych.uindy.edu/workshop2) Y Method of payment Check (payable to University of Indianapolis) W Warren Hall U 20 V 14 16 G 11 J I N H M L K 7 Nicole M. Taylor, PhD School of Psychological Sciences University of Indianapolis 1400 East Hanna Avenue / Indianapolis, IN 46227 8 Send form and payment to: L Cory Bretz Hall Q BB Windermire St. W 21 Mathews Ave. CC X P EE O Total fees enclosed: At-the-door registration: May be accepted at an additional fee of $25 and pending room. AA Standard registration....................................$25 DD S t u d e n t s a t t e n d in g o t h e r in s t i t u t i on s R Standard registration.................................. $125 D Early registration........................................ $110 17 Non - IS P T m e m b e r Campus Dr. Standard registration...................................$115 State Ave. 22 (Early Registration is prior to February 20, 2015) North Early registration..........................................$95 The Wheeler Arts Center is located at 1035 East Sanders Street, three miles north of campus. ISP T m e m b e r Friday, March 6, 2015 Schwitzer Student Center, Hall A University of Indianapolis Sponsored by the University of Indianapolis School of Psychological Sciences & the Indiana Society for Psychoanalytic Thought Workshop description This workshop is designed for psychotherapists, students, and researchers interested in clinical implications of attachment theory and research for child and adult psychotherapy. Particular, attention will be paid to the concept of reflective functioning and mentalization based treatments especially with regard to working with traumatized patients. SESSION 1: Attachment theory and research: Implications for clinical work—Illustrated by findings from the London Parent-Child Project, the first longitudinal investigation to demonstrate intergenerational patterns of attachment from pregnancy in one generation to adolescence in the next, this session will introduce attachment theory and research on the Adult Attachment Interview (for adults), the Strange Situation (for infants), and the concept of reflective functioning or mentalization, and their clinical relevance. SESSION 2: Breaking the cycle of intergenerational transmission of trauma: A report on an attachmentbased intervention—This session will introduce an innovative attachment based intervention (Group Attachment-Based Intervention, or GABI) that was developed in a community-based setting. The intervention is focused on addressing the needs of vulnerable parents living with poverty and a heavy burden of adverse childhood experiences who are at risk of maltreating their infants. This session will illustrate the different components of the intervention, including a central feature; i.e., the use of video for engaging the parents in observation and reflection as they watch themselves in interaction with their child. Also, filmed observations of the trainee therapists interacting with the children and parents are shown to the trainees in the context of supportive reflective supervision. SESSION 3: Attachment and the body: Innovations in assessment of intergenerational patterns of attachment and body representations—Attachment organization in both adults and children refers to specific strategies linked to regulation of affect, mental representations of relationships, and overall mental health across the lifespan. The presentation will explore the link between aspects of attachment and body esteem as it is transmitted from mothers and their toddlers. Clinical implications of elucidating the link between attachment states of mind and body representations will be discussed. Who should attend This workshop is designed for clinical psychologists, psychoanalysts, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, addictions counselors, social workers, researchers and graduate students in the mental health field. Workshop location The workshop will be held in UIndy Halls A and B, located in Schwitzer Student Center at the University of Indianapolis. (See map on other side.) Agenda: Friday, March 6 8–8:30 a.m.����������� Registration 8:30–10 a.m ���������� Session 1: Attachment theory and research: Implications for clinical work 10–10:15 a.m.�������� Break 10:15 a.m.–Noon��� Session 2: Breaking the cycle of intergenerational transmission of trauma: A report on an attachment-based intervention Noon–1:15 p.m.����� Lunch 1:15–2:45 p.m.������� Session 3: Attachment and the body: innovations in assessment of intergenerational patterns of attachment and body representations 2:45–3 p.m.����������� Break 3–4:15 p.m.����������� Discussion and application to participants’ case material 4:15 p.m.���������������� Adjourn How to register You may register for this workshop by mail or online. If you are registering by mail, please use the form provided on this brochure. To register and pay by credit card, please go to psych.uindy.edu/workshop2. Registration deadline: March 3, 2015. (Early registration is prior to February 20, 2015.) Mail to: Nicole M. Taylor, PhD School of Psychological Sciences University of Indianapolis 1400 East Hanna Avenue Indianapolis, Indiana 46227 Register at the door for an additional fee of $25 if space permits. Please call (317) 788-6134 with any questions regarding registration. CE credits The University of Indianapolis offers six credits for this workshop. Participants must attend the workshop in its entirety to receive credits. No partial credit will be given, and those arriving late or leaving early will not receive credit. The University of Indianapolis School of Psychological Sciences is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The School of Psychological Sciences maintains responsibility for this program and its contents. Learning objectives Participants will: —be able to identify the main premises of attachment theory and research that are used in the assessment of adults and children; —be able to define the concept of “reflective functioning” and integrate the concept into their clinical understanding; — be able to identify the main premises of the “mirror interview” used to study transmission of body representations from mothers to their daughters Cancellation policy No refunds after February 27, 2015. Full refund, less $20 handling charge, prior to February 27, 2015, if cancellation is made in writing. Presenter Miriam Steele, PhD, is a professor of psychology and the Director of Clinical Training at the New School for Social Research, Clinical Psychology department, New York, and codirector of the Center for Attachment Research. She earned her PhD in psychology from the University College London and the qualification in child psychoanalysis from the Anna Freud Centre, London. Research concentrations include the bonds between parents and children and the intergenerational consequences on attachment, adoption and foster care, and the intergenerational transmission of body image. A prolific researcher and author, Steele has authored and co-authored dozens of articles and has closely collaborated with Dr. Beatrice Beebe, a pioneer in the field of mother-infant observation research, and, in London, with Dr. Peter Fonagy, a pioneer in the field of attachment-theory based psychodynamic clinical work and research. She co-edited the book Clinical Applications of the Adult Attachment Interview (2008).
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