Instructor: Aditi Bhattacharya, LCSW
Live Onsite in New York
June 8th - 9th, 2019
9:00 am - 5:00 pm Eastern Time
14 CEUs/PDAs (NCCAOM approved)
Including 2 ETHICS category units
Recognize effects of trauma and violence in survivor clients, including secondary and vicarious traumatization, and develop strategies for successful practitioner-client relations and treatment outcomes. Examine how intersecting identities and unconscious power dynamics can affect effective communication, assessment and treatment planning. Explore client and practitioner triggers, approaches, and responses for best outcomes.
- Develop frameworks and approaches for improved practitioner-client relations and outcomes
- Identify rights and special needs of trauma survivors and recognize requirements for documentation, records, reporting responsibilities, and referral process, along with the confidentiality (beyond HIPAA) and other associated challenges
- Explore concepts of cultural humility and examine how cultural bias can affect the practitioner client interaction
Aditi Bhattacharya is a dynamic and inspiring instructor who engages students and encourages their thoughtfulness and creative energies to improve treatment outcomes. She is a clinician and professor and NYC Anti-Violence Project Deputy Director of Client Services.