CRM Treatment Coming to New Beginnings
CRM (Comprehensive Resource Model) is a treatment model that provides internal attachment resourcing for rapid and successful trauma processing. We are excited to bring this promising new treatment to those dealing with PTSD as well as complex trauma and dissociation. We are also sponsoring a study group for area therapists who would like develop their expertise with this powerful healing modality.
Pictured, from left to right: Alison Papion, LMFT, Lisa Schwartz, M.Ed., Ellyn Goldstein, LMFT, Susan Richter, LMFT
New Beginnings on CityScene TV
Susan Richter, LMFT and Alison Papion, LMFT sat down with the folks at CityScene TV to talk about our free educational event #MeToo - Finding Our Voices, Healing Shame, coming up on Feb 6th at 7pm. The interview will begin airing mid-February.
Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy Group (RO-DBT) Starting June 12, 2018
Do you struggle with perfectionism, black-and-white thinking, and feelings of disappointment when you or others do not meet your expectations? Do you struggle in your relationships, and often find it difficult to connect with others?
Have your superb abilities of self-control begun to feel like they hold you prisoner? RO-DBT is a new, evidence-based treatment that targets over-controlled behavior, and is well suited for maladaptive perfectionists, workaholics, and those experiencing chronic depression, treatment-resistant anxiety disorders, anorexia nervosa, and autistic spectrum disorders. Through this 30-week group, you will learn valuable skills that can deepen your relationships, increase effective communication, and comfort in novel, spontaneous situations.
Facilitator: Aletheia Regier, M.A., AMFT, Member of Dialectical Behavior Therapy National Certification and Accreditation Association. Aletheia Regier is one of the few trained clinicians in RO-DBT in the state of California and is pleased to bring it here to The New Beginnings Center!
To register an intake consultation or request more information, please call (805) 987-3162 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sean Baker and Susan Richter to Present at the National IAEDP Conference
At this year’s iaedp™ Symposium, slated for March 22 – 25 at the Omni at ChampionsGate in Orlando, Florida, a series of research presentations will outline key recent advances in learning about signals that go awry in the brains of people who suffer from eating disorders and how to move forward toward successful recovery. More than 70 poster presentations and special networking and social events will take place during the 2018 Symposium. Many of the most noted eating disorders experts from around the U.S. and internationally will provide the latest treatment and research.
New Beginnings practitioners, Sean Baker, LMFT, SEP and Susan Richter, LMFT, SEP, Certified Eating Disorders Specialist, will be presenting “Better Brain Function through Movement: Using Exploratory Movement for Trauma and Eating Disorder Recovery.” Based upon neuroscience research and the work being conducted at The New Beginnings Center, they will discuss how exploratory movement, with an emphasis on physical sensation, can bypass the critical thinking brain and its inhibitory reactions. They will demonstrate step-by-step techniques for expanding body awareness with ease and somatic techniques to manage PTSD triggers.
For information about how to register for this year’s iaedp™ Symposium, go to iaedp.com