The human brain is an amazing and complex organ that allows each of us to think, feel and act. It is increasingly clear, based on the latest research, that the experiences of childhood act as primary architects of the brain’s capabilities throughout the rest of life. Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics, the model developed by Bruce Perry, MD, PhD., connects neurological development and functions in understanding the impact of childhood trauma. This workshop covers the basic tenants of the model.
1. The participants will understand the important characteristics of brain development.
2. The participants will understand the brain organization and function.
3. The participants will understand the the adaptive response to traumatic threat.
Yoshimi Pelczarski, MSW, LICSW, ACSW, specializes in working with teens and families that are going through transition, especially with high conflict divorce. Previously, Yoshimi has worked in the public and private child welfare system for twenty years. She completed Train the Trainer, a multi-year intensive advanced NMT course from Child Trauma Academy in 2017.
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Program: 7:00pm - 8:30pm
UW School of Social Work, Room 305
4101 15th Ave. NE, Seattle 98105
Directions The School of Social Work is on the corner of 41st and 15th Avenue N.E. in the University District, directly across from the Meany Parking Garage.
Parking is readily available on the street, in the parking garage, or on street level parking lots.
Refund Policy Fees may be refunded up to two weeks prior to the Clinical Evening Meeting, minus a $3.00 administration fee and any online transaction fees.
Washington State Society for Clinical Social Work
PO Box 252 • Everett, WA 98206 • email@example.com