Alanis Morissette: singer, songwriter, and actress whose podcast is devoted to interviews with heavy-hitting psychologists and healers and has featured issues such as trauma, sexual healing, attachment, narcissism and the destigmatization of addiction.
Richard Schwartz: originator of the Internal Family Systems therapy model and director of the IFS Institute.
Nedra Glover Tawwab: New York Times bestselling author of Set Boundaries, Find Peace, licensed therapist, and sought-after relationship expert.
Lori Gottlieb: psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone
Kenneth Hardy: renowned trainer/thought-Leader on oppression, diversity, and trauma
Bessel A. van der Kolk: clinician, researcher, and New York Times bestselling author of Body Keeps the Score
Mona Delahooke: licensed clinical psychologist, author, and child development expert
Eve Rodsky: developer of the popular documentary and New York Times bestselling book Fair Play
Researcher and bestselling author Eve Rodsky will discuss how therapists can address the practical and relational impact of one partner taking on an unequal share of the invisible burdens and emotional labor in families and households.
Grammy Award-winning artist Alanis Morissette and Internal Family Systems developer Richard Schwartz will sit down for an intimate conversation about healing from trauma.
Mona M. Delahooke, PhD, is a clinical psychologist who’s worked with multidisciplinary teams for over 30 years. A senior faculty member of the Profectum Foundation, she’s the author of the bestseller Brain-Body Parenting, How to Stop Managing Behaviors and Start Raising Joyful, Resilient Kids, and the award-winning Beyond Behaviors: Using Brain Science and Compassion to Understand and Solve Children’s Behavioral Challenges.
Join us for a special performance of The Head of Richard, a modern adaptation of Shakespeare’s Richard III from the perspective of a
military vet, showcasing the emotional havoc created by chronic abuse.
Bestselling author and relationship expert Nedra Glover Tawwab will explore what therapists can do about the current trend of cutting off family members and labeling relationships as “toxic.”
Kathleen M. Chard, PhD, is a co-developer of CPT and director of the Trauma Recovery Center at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center. She’s the co-author of Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD: A Comprehensive Model and author of CPT for Sexual Abuse Treatment Manual. She’s trained over 5,000 clinicians throughout the United States on using CPT with veterans, active-duty personnel, and civilians. She’s co-chair of a 17-site study comparing CPT to Prolonged Exposure in US veterans.
Be part of a live recording of the wildly popular “Dear Therapists” podcast, which The New York Times praises for its “actionable advice and compelling human drama.”
Sought-after therapist and author Ken Hardy will explore what it means to not only be trauma-informed, but race-informed as we work with the growing range of societal turmoil that shows up in the therapy room.
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