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01 February 2011

Seventeenth Annual Northern California Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Conference

Source:  http://www.issb.us/2011conference.html

Save the Date:  April 30, 2011
Dr. Collin Ross, of the Ross Institute in Texas, http://www.rossinst.com/,
will present a workshop for our
Seventeenth Annual Northern California Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Conference:


Trauma Model Therapy for Child Sexual Abuse
April 30th, 2011, 9:30 am to 5:00 pm,
at the Davis Senior Center in Davis, California
As always, the 2011 ISSB Conference will be offered at no-cost and no-registration,
so that all who care to may attend, and can remain anonymous if they so choose.
Professionals will be able to earn CEU's by registering and paying a fee.


Dr. Ross will train attendees on the inspired techniques used successfully in his programs for patients with dual/multi-diagnosis.  Trauma and sexual abuse survivors often suffer from depression, anxiety, dissociation, somatization, borderline personality, amnesias, self injury, substance abuse, eating disorders, and more.   Dr. Ross's methods are tested and effective across the board for all of these conditions.
Colin A. Ross, MD, directs the Trauma Program at the Timberlawn Hospital in Dallas, Texas, and consults to Trauma Programs at the Forest View Hospital in Michigan, and the Del Amo Hospital in Torrance, California.  He is the author of seven books on trauma and dissociation, has authored dozens of research articles, and has presented workshops all over the world, including in Australia and China.
Subtopics of the workshop will include:

� The Problem of Attachment to the Perpetrator in Child Abuse Victims

� Long Term Effects of Child Abuse

� A Trauma Model of Borderline Personality Disorder

� A Dissociative Subtype of Schizophrenia

� How to Choose a Trauma Therapist

� Childhood Trauma and Eating Disorders

This workshop will be appropriate for therapists, survivors, friends, and relatives. Professionals will be able to earn up to 6 CEU's by registering on site at 9:15 am and paying a fee of $80, but, as always, the 2011 ISSB Conference will be offered at no-cost and no-registration, so that all who care to may attend, and can remain anonymous if they so choose.
Lunch will not be provided this year, but attendees can either bring their lunch, or can go to one of the many restaurants and fast-food options that are within walking distance of the Davis Senior Center.  Local accomodations are available for visitors from out of town.  If you have other questions, please email us at issbca@gmail.com, and visit our website, at www.issb.us for information about our organization and our previous 16 Annual California Child Sexual Abuse Awareness conferences. 
We hope to see you in Davis on April 30, 2011!

To receive a "Save the Date" email in January, and an email with conference details in February or March, please send an email,
with "Please send 2011 Conference Updates" in the subject line, to issbca@gmail.com
We hope to see you there!
For detailed information on our past events, please go to our Past Events page.

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