Tyhjyyden tunteen ja anhedonian hoito: seminaari 26.1.2018

SKY ry järjestää yhteistyössä Tampereen yliopiston kanssa Helsingissä yksipäiväisen seminaarin aiheesta ”Tyhjyyden tunteen ja anhedonian hoito”. Seminaarin pitäjä on professori Alan Fruzzetti, McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School Affiliate, Massachusetts, Yhdysvallat.


Englanninkielinen kuvaus seminaarista ja seminaariesite PDF-muodossa alempana.

Aika ja paikka:
Perjantai 26. tammikuuta 2018 klo 9-16.30 Haaga-Helian ammattikorkeakoulun auditoriossa infopisteen takana katutasossa osoitteessa Ratapihantie 13, 00520 Helsinki. Ilmoittautuminen klo 8.45.

Kohderyhmä:
Sosiaali- ja terveydenhuollon henkilöstö

Hinta:
150 euroa, SKY ry:n jäsenille ja päätoimisille opiskelijoille 100 euroa, opiskelijajäsenille 50 euroa (sisältää opetuksen). Opiskelijahinta koskee perusammattiinsa opiskelevia.

Ilmoittautumiset ja tiedustelut:
Seminaariin ilmoittaudutaan ilmoittamalla osallistujan nimi ja maksamalla osallistumismaksu SKY ry:n tilille IBAN FI40 5730 0820 0901 04 etukäteen.
Professori Martti T. Tuomisto puh. 040 548 3200 tai s-postilla, osoite: martti.tuomisto@uta.fi

Professori Alan Fruzzetti

Workshop Title: 
Treating Emptiness and Anhedonia

Workshop Description:
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) has been shown, in dozens (perhaps hundreds) of studies, to be very effective at reducing self-harm, suicide attempts, aggression, substance use problems, eating disorders, relationship distress, and other out-of-control behaviors. Training in DBT typically focuses on how to treat these “Stage 1” primary targets, in part by helping people learn DBT skills to reduce these life-threatening and other severely impairing behaviors. In Stage 1, primary targets are relatively clear, and we become proficient in many dialectical and skillful ways to solve these problems.

However, more diffuse problems can be more difficult to identify, assess, and target for improvement. These may include common problems in BPD and related disorders such as feelings of profound emptiness and anhedonia. In Stage 1 or Stage 2, these may be primary or secondary targets, depending on circumstances. Emptiness is a common experience for people with problems related to BPD, and interferes with individual’s abilities to know what they want, what they feel, experience, and how to act effectively. Anhedonia is related, and is common not only in BPD, but also in depression. People who experience anhedonia do not experience much pleasure or joy, or other positive emotions, even when they seem to engage in activities that might once have given them pleasure. This makes them difficult to treat, and non-responsive to ordinary depression treatment, and they can be resistant to important psychotherapy processes such as being validated, or finding reinforcers in their lives.

In this workshop we will focus on identifying and assessing these more diffuse targets, which are common not only in BPD, but in related disorders as well. We will focus on how to use mindfulness skills in particular to treat these sticky problems, and how to follow up mindfulness with detailed work on both emotion regulation and relationship skills. The workshop will include lecture, demonstration, and practice opportunities for participants.

This workshop is open to all therapists. No more than a beginning understanding of DBT prior to this workshop is needed.

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