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Haunted by Combat: A Humanistic Approach to Working with PTSD in Veterans

May 03, 2017 06:30pm -
May 03, 2017 08:30pm

Event Description

Humanistic Psychology Lecture Series

William James College is excited to announce the fifth lecture in the continuing lecture series that focuses on the current role of Humanistic Psychology in the context of the continually changing dynamics within the field of psychology and mental health practice. While evidence based treatments and behavioral protocols have come to prominence in recent years, humanistic psychology remains at the core of the human transaction and process that is psychotherapy. This lecture series aims to bring esteemed colleagues from around the country whose primary focus is on the humanistic perspective in psychotherapy to help articulate why this perspective remains so vital and necessary in contemporary clinical practice.


Haunted by Combat:

A Humanistic Approach to Working with PTSD in Veterans

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 from 6:30- 8:30 pm

at William James College, Newton

In his book Haunted by Combat: Understanding PTSD in War Veterans, Dr. Krippner points out that “The devastating experience of PTSD is partially due to the invisibility of the problem’s roots and the loss of synchronicity with the immediate world. Combatants who come home to PTSD are hobbled by a psychic fragment that is the psychological equivalent of shrapnel, less important as a remnant of the event, which he or she may or may not remember, than it is as a presence in every moment.” This lecture will explore humanistic approaches to working with PTSD in veterans from Dr. Krippner’s vast therapeutic experience including his use of working with dreams and nightmares, as well as personal mythology.

Learning objectives:

Discuss humanistic approaches to working with PTSD

Examine the veterans’ experience and how they carry the traumas of combat

Explore Dr. Krippner’s use of personal mythology in psychotherapy

HP05| 2 CE Credits | $40

No CE Credits | FREE | Pre-Registration REQUIRED


  Stanley Krippner, PhD, received his Ph.D. in Special Education from Northwestern University. A pioneer in the study of consciousness, he has conducted research in the areas of dreams, hypnosis, shamanism, and dissociation, often from a cross-cultural perspective with an emphasis on anomalous phenomena that seem to question mainstream paradigms. He currently teaches at Saybrook University.  


Event Type:Community Program
Category:Veterans' Services
Early registration ends on Mar 23, 2017.
Regular registration starts on Mar 24, 2017 and ends on May 01, 2017.
Late registration starts on May 02, 2017.

 

Registration Fees
Fee TypeEarlyRegularLate
 Humanistic Approach to Working with PTSD in Veterans - HP05
Member Fee: $40.00$40.00$40.00
Non-Member Fee: $40.00$40.00$40.00
 NO CE CREDITS - Graduate Student, General Public, Other Professionals
Member Fee: $0.00$0.00$0.00
Non-Member Fee: $0.00$0.00$0.00
 

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