As clinicians, we see patients who suffer through intergenerational trauma internalizing their experiences and carrying them into their interactions with their own children. This form of intergenerational trauma perpetuates the original trauma, resulting in a deep sense of self-loathing and damaging the parent-child relationship.
Ending the cycle of trauma is critically important to both the parents and children in these scenarios. How can clinicians help their patients heal the cycle of intergenerational trauma through their relationship with their child?
In this presentation, through real treatment cases and clinical vignettes, you will learn about 3 families with intergenerational trauma that were able to stop the cycle of disrupted attachment.
You will be able to
Dafna Lender MSW, LCSW is a child and family therapist with over 20 years of experience. She is a certified trainer, supervisor, and consultant in Theraplay® and Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, and coauthor of Theraplay: The Practitioner’s Guide. Dafna has successfully treated children and their parents with a variety of backgrounds, including children raised in orphanages, with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, exposed to domestic violence and community violence and children of parents with chronic mental illness. Dafna provides training and consultation to psychotherapists around the world in 3 languages. Dafna provides training and consultation to psychotherapists around the world in English, French and Hebrew.
Counselors, Social Workers, Psychotherapists, Marriage & Family Therapists, Nurses, Psychologists, Addictions Counselors, Occupational Therapists, Case Managers, other Mental Health Professionals, Educators, Anyone with an interest in the subject
This course is offered at the introductory level
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