"Assessment and Treatment Options forTrauma"

February 26, 2016

Presented by Jennifer Camareno, MFT

Please join us for a very informative presentation on Assessment and Treatment Options forTrauma.

Trauma in the workplace and at home is becoming more common than ever before. Unresolved issues impact not only the individual, but also the workplace and family relationships.Assessing and providing the appropriate treatment options is essential for a healthy recovery. 

In this presentation, we will focus on:

  1. Understanding the factors that cause trauma
  2. Identifying trauma symptoms
  3. Traumas impact on the employee and Family
  4. Understanding how trauma impacts a person’s identity and relationships
  5. Understanding the importance of retelling the trauma narrative
  6. Understanding the importance of attuned relationships in the healing process

Many of us have had painful or confusing life experiences that shape how we feel about ourselves, others, and the world. The symptoms and ramifications of the effects of trauma manifest into beliefs and behaviors that stunt our personal and professional growth. Among the treatments, insights and interventions to be discussed , our Presenter, Jennifer Camareno, MFT explains how an authentic relationship with a safe, trustworthy person is key to re-discovering our own self-worth and seeing painful life experiences with new eyes. Using empathy and objectivity with nuance, the goal is to develop a healing relationship in which the parties can both be deeply known and understand themselves better. She believes that this type of relational experience can bring new vibrancy, passion, and purpose into our lives.

Jennifer Camareno, MFT

Jennifer graduated from Biola University with her B.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies, then went on to do her M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy at Azusa Pacific University. Jennifer joined the La Vie Counseling Center in the past year and sees clients in Pasadena and Santa Monica. Jennifer particularly enjoys working with clients with issues of trauma, anxiety, and spirituality. Jennifer also does therapy in Spanish.
We look forward to seeing you Friday, February 26th!

Program Costs:
Members: $15
Non-Members: $20
Students with I.D: $10

2 PDH / CEU Credits for CEAP,  LCSW, MFT

RSVP:  If you would like to RSVP to this meeting, please CLICK HERE or call (818) 759-9999. Space is limited.

Friday, February 26th
8:30 am Networking
9-11 am Program

Valley Economic Alliance.
5121 Van Nuys Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91403

The February 2016 meeting is sponsored by:

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