June 25, 2022
10:00 am CDT - 12:00 pm CDT
Held via Zoom
Charles Small, LCSW
This 2-hour presentation will provide participants with a comprehensive overview of the mental health field’s understanding of posttraumatic stress disorder as a unique psychological response to exposure to traumatic events. This will include historical perspectives on psychological trauma, current evidence-based approaches to treating PTSD, and other integrative interventions. Additionally, we will discuss Jung’s own contributions to our understanding of trauma, and how it can help people who suffer from the effects of trauma. This workshop is particularly relevant given the widespread impact of current sources of trauma, including the pandemic, systemic oppression and racism, social unrest, climate crises, and geopolitical conflicts.
About the Instructor
Charles is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who practices in Chicago. He is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago’s School of Social Work and has spent the majority of his career working with veterans of the US Armed Services in both Federal and private settings. Charles has extensive experience treating PTSD with both military and civilian populations and focuses on utilizing evidence-based psychotherapies to help those struggling with the effects of trauma. Charles currently works as a therapist at Cognitive Behavioral Associates of Chicago and is a lecturer at the Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice at the University of Chicago.
*Program CEUs are an additional $15 processing fee. Please note that the current CEU processing time is around 3-4 weeks.
Venue: Zoom: The C.G. Jung Center
This event will be hosted online through Zoom.
Further info will be provided after registration.