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      May 2, 2019

      Thursday   8:30 AM

      41 Russell Street
      Hadley, Massachusetts 01035

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      2nd Annual Trauma & Attachment Symposium: Translating Science Into Practice

      2nd Annual Trauma & Attachment Symposium: Translating Science Into Practice   Dates: May 2-3, 2019 Time: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm daily Location: Hadly Farms Meeting House   Description Join Cutchins Programs as we host our 2nd Annual Trauma and Attachment Symposium: Translating Science into Practice. This two-day symposium brings together experts from the fields of psychiatry, social work, and occupational therapy focusing on attachment and developmental trauma. Internationally renowned presenters will explore some of the prevailing, best and promising practices while translating neuroscience and research supporting safety and resiliency. *This symposium has been approved as an AOTA Approved Single Course Provider of continuing education credits. Full completion of this program provides 1.3 AOTA CEU's, equivalent to 13 Contact Hours.  Presenters Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD. (Keynote) Reconnecting Brain, Mind and Body: An Integrative Treatment Approach to Developmental Trauma Conversations on Neuroscience and the Art of Therapy- with Sebern Fisher and Tina Champagne Sebern Fisher,  MA, LMH, BCN (Keynote) Going to the Core: Brainwave Training and Self-Regulation Conversations on Neuroscience and the Art of Therapy- with Ruth Lanius and Tina Champagne Steven Porges, PhD. (Virtual Presenter) Applying Polyvagal Theory: Supporting Safety and Resiliency with Children with Developmental Trauma Colleen Cameron Whiting, MS, OTR/L (Presenter) Reconnecting Brain, Mind and Body: An Integrative Treatment Approach to Developmental Trauma Teresa May-Benson, Sc.D., OTR/L & Sarah Sawyer, MA, OTR/L SAFE PLACE: A Collaborative Sensory Integration-Based Trauma Program Tina Champagne, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA, CCAP Plenary Address: Developmental Trauma: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going? Interviewer for Applying Polyvagal Theory: Supporting Safety and Resiliency with Children with Developmental Trauma with Dr. Stephen Porges Conversations on Neuroscience and the Art of Therapy- with Ruth Lanius and Sebern Fisher Continuing Education Credits This symposium is an AOTA Approved Single Course Provider of continuing education. Full completion of this program provides 1.3 AOTA CEU's, equivalent to 13 Contact Hours.  Cutchins Programs is in process for approval of LMHC CEU's and SW CEU's. Please contact Rowen Gray- rgray@cutchins.org to check on the status of these pending applications.  Audience This symposium is intended for: Mental Health Professionals Child and Adult Serving Professionals and Paraprofessionals Educators Criminal Justice Professionals Medical, Emergency Responders, and/or Forensic Professionals Community Service Providers Military Providers Members of Community Organizations Organizational Leaders Citizens Providing Community Services Faith-Based Providers Family and Caregivers People with lived experience Event Details Date: Thursday May 2nd and Friday May 3, 2019 Time: 8:30 am to 5 pm Location:  Hadley Farms Meeting House- 41 Russell Street, Hadley, MA 01035 Ticket Pricing *Early Bird- By April 15th* Individual: $279 Students: $199 Groups of 3 or More: $199 *After April 15th* Individual: $299 Students: $249 Groups of 3 or More: $249 For More Information Please contact Rowen Gray- P: (413)-584-1310 x. 338 E: rgray@cutchins.org

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