Understanding Emotional and Cognititve Blocks in Addiction

Understanding Emotional and Cognititve Blocks in Addiction
Event on 2017-11-14 07:30:00
2 Dynamic Speakers! 3 CEC's offered! Join us for this valuable workshop with Judy Ho, Ph.D and Gina H. Tabrizy, LMFT There is no cost to attend!: Complimentary valet parking and breakfast will be provided! AGENDA: Registration & Breakfast: 8:00am – 8:30am Intros: 8:30am – 8:45am Dr. Judy Ho: 8:45am – 10:15am Break: 10:15am – 10:30am Gina Tabrizy: 10:30am – 12:00am Judy Ho, Ph.D: Cognitive Injury and Addiction This presentation will overview the cognitive sequelae related to addictive disorders, including secondary cognitive disorders caused by substance addiction as well as the exacerbation of preexisting cognitive difficulties due to substance abuse. Evaluation methods for assessing and diagnosing cognitive problems, recommendations for recovery of cognitive injury and adaptive living, and expected prognosis for recovery will be discussed. Dr. Judy Ho is a board licensed clinical psychologist, a two-time board diplomate of American Board of Professional Psychology and the National Board of Forensic Evaluators, and a tenured Associate Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University. Her clinical experiences include working in inpatient psychiatric settings; outpatient hospitals and clinics; in forensic settings as a testing psychologist and expert witness in criminal and civic proceedings, and in public schools and special education classrooms. Dr. Ho maintains a private practice where she conducts neuropsychological and forensic assessments and provides evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapies to couples and individuals. She currently serves as Consulting Neuropsychologist at Bridges To Recovery, an inpatient residential treatment center for adults, and Consulting Forensic Psychologist at Promises Treatment Center, a drug and alcohol residential treatment program for professionals. Dr. Ho regularly appears on various television programs as an expert psychologist. Notable shows include several primetime programs on networks including CNN (Piers Morgan, CNN Tonight, CNN Newsroom), HLN (Dr. Drew, Nancy Grace, Michaela), Fox (Daily Helpline, Fox 11 News), Discovery Channel (Pretty Bad Girls, Wicked Attraction, Death by Gossip), Lifetime (Killer Kids), ESPN (Outside the Lines), A & E (Miss Murder), Oxygen (Snapped: Killer Couples), NBC (Nightly News), ABC (Eyewitness News), CBS (The Doctors, Evening News), Pivot TV (TakePart Live), Reelz (Celebrity Arrests), and WE TV (Braxton Family values), KTLA (Crime Watch Daily), and ITV (Good Morning Britain). Dr. Ho pursues her media consultant work with the goal of providing information to the general public about psychological issues in daily life and quality mental health care, and to reduce stigma towards mentally ill individuals and to encourage people who need help to seek effective treatment. Gina H. Tabrizy: Anger on the Road to Recovery According to the National Center for Victims of Crime “in 2005, 389,100 women and 78,180 men were victimized by an intimate partner. These crimes accounted for 9 percent of all violent crime.” In the majority of these cases the offenders are court mandated to take an anger management course. This lecture will focus on the roots of anger which lie in traumatic experiences and become expressed in unhealthy, destructive anger. Learning to identify trauma and work with the anger rather than repress it is the goal for treatment. Gina H. Tabrizy is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over thirty years of experience, knowledge, and expertise in the areas of Addiction, Trauma, and Codependency. She has appeared on Local and National Television Programs, such as Montel Williams, speaking about the impact of Childhood Trauma/Abuse and Addiction in Families. Gina has been a guest on several talk radio programs, including KEZY, and moderated programs on the internet. She has presented at the National Conference on Codependency and given hundreds of lectures at agencies, corporations, schools, colleges, and universities. Gina has written feature articles for numerous publications. In 1994, along with her husband Farid Tabrizy, she founded Harmony of Body, Mind, and Spirit Counseling Center, now known as Harmony Heals, Inc. Currently she is the Clinical Director of Harmony Heals, Inc. and Harmony Heals Detox & Rehab. Gina also holds consulting positions for several other treatment and residential recovery programs. Her specialties include: E.M.D.R., Certified Hypnotherapist, Director of Psychodrama, Inner Child Work, and P.I.T. (Pia Mellody Training). She enjoys a reputation for providing excellent clinical care with a high success rate. She is known for being direct, passionate, and loving in the art of practicing psychotherapy. She is a proud mother of two children whom she considers her greatest accomplishment and joy. Continuing Education Sponsored by: Constellation Behavioral Health Constellation Behavioral Health is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to offer (3) continuing education for Psychologists. Constellation Behavioral Health maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Constellation Behavioral Health is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) to offer (3) continuing education for Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors. Constellation Behavioral Health maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Please check with your respective boards to confirm acceptance of these credits. For ADA accommodations or questions about this event, please contact Jeanette Lisalda at 310-486-6719 or jlisalda@constellationbh.com. General – .00

at The Center Club
650 Town Center Drive
Costa Mesa, United States

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