PANNY Workshop - Complex Trauma: Essential Practice Principles

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Saturday, May 9, 2020 from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

A Workshop Led By: Monica Indart, PsyD (Associate Teaching Professor, Rutgers University (Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology))

Where: Alumni House at the University at Albany (Free parking is available in the Dutch Gold Lot.)

WORKSHOP: 9:00am - 12:30pm (Breakfast provided)

About Dr. Indart

Dr. Indart has consulted to various organizations such as UNICEF, the UN, and Doctors without Borders about disaster mental health services, culturally sensitive trauma intervention, and program development. She has provided consultation and training for mental health providers in places as near as New York after 9/11 and as far as Rwanda; more recently she has been involved in providing psychosocial support to newly arrived refugee youth. She also teaches and maintains a private practice.

The course learning objectives are:

  1. Define complex trauma as a unique clinical syndrome and differentiate it from other disorders.
  2. Review the fundamental principles of a phase-oriented, culturally responsive relational approach utilized in all effective treatments for complex trauma.
  3. Identify how a culturally responsive integrative treatment approach can enhance positive outcomes.
  4. Examine the potential ethical dilemmas unique to working with complex trauma.


$50 for PANNY Members

$75 for Non-Members

$25 for Students

Pending Approval For 3.5 CE Hours For NYS Social Workers And LMHCS

Feel free to reach out with any further questions: Marie McCabe, Ph.D.

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