Martha Straus, PhD, is on the road a few days this spring, conducting workshops in Washington, D.C., New York City, Corning, New York, and Canada.
In March, she presented two workshops at the annual Psychotherapy Networker Symposium in Washington, D.C. It was her twentieth year on the faculty there. She spoke about the use of self in working with girls and co-regulation of affect treating traumatized adolescents.
The following week, Marti went to the Ackerman Institute in New York City to conduct a full-day training on treatment of disorders of attachment and complex trauma in adolescents and families. In April, she’ll head to the Family Service Society, Inc. in Corning, New York, to offer a similar training on complex trauma.
After the semester ends in May, Marti will teach for two days in Vancouver, B.C., on adolescent girls in crisis—discussing topics that include self harm, social aggression, and sexuality in treatment. She will then head to Toronto to offer a two-day workshop on co-regulation of affect treating traumatized adolescents.