Mary Jo Barrett, MSW. 1 hour 5 minutes. Video & Audio Download.
Topics: Attachment, Trauma.
The Balance Between Collaboration and Intervention
This presentation will explore the findings of 25 years of qualitative research, based on interviews of clients who have suffered from Complex Interpersonal Trauma throughout the Developmental Life Cycle. Based on this research Mary Jo will present the essential ingredients of effective trauma treatment across all theoretical and clinical models. Harnessing a client’s resources and neuro plasticity we will examine a meta treatment framework, The Collaborative Change Model and the role of attachment in the therapeutic process, defining the concept of Ethical Attunement.
PowerPoint: Slides are edited into the video.
Audio: This download includes an audio MP3 of the lecture that can be played on smartphones, tablets, and laptops for listening on the go.
The symposium Trauma and the Soul includes the following lectures:
- Navigating the Labrynth of Affect and Defense - Donald Kalsched, PhD
- Entitlement: Intolerance of Shame - Arlo Compaan, PhD
- The Balance Between Collaboration and Intervention - Mary Jo Barrett, MSW
- We are All on Fire: The Inevitable Trauma of Human Life - Barbara Friedman, PhD
- Panel discussion moderated by Steve Martz, DMin
Mary Jo Barret, MSW, CCFH Associate Faculty member, is director of the Center for Contextual Change, a clinic specializing in a component phase model working with individuals, families, and groups. She teaches at the University of Chicago and the Family Institute of Northwestern University. She co-authored Treating Complex Trauma: A Relational Blueprint for Collaboration and Change.
© 2016 Mary Jo Barrett℗ 2016 CG Jung Institute of Chicago