This training consists of two parts to include access to the highly sought after researchers and presenters Drs. Emily and Amelia Nagoski via a recorded presentation they created on the science and physiology of the stress response cycle and their book “burnout: the secret to unlocking the stress cycle”. This recording not only provides accessible education on complex human experiences, but also provides modeling for clinicians on how to provide effective psychoeducation for clients.
The second part of the training expands upon their research through interactive discussion and activities developed by the Nagoski siblings and designed specifically for mental health professionals to support their own burnout and their clients. Dr. Carla Rosinski will facilitate a guided exploration of evidence based strategies of reducing burnout and understanding the stress response cycle.
Presenter: Carla R. Rosinski, PhD, LMHC, CST
Dr. Carla Rosinski is a licensed mental health counselor and AASECT certified sex therapist with a PhD in counseling psychology and emphasis on transformative leadership and applied research. Dr. Rosinski spent over a decade in community mental health providing trauma informed care. In 2011 she moved into private practice with a focus on continuing her work with trauma and providing LGBTQ+ affirming care. As a queer clinician Dr. Rosinski has a particular commitment to the queer and trans communities and the impact of minority stress on mental health, wellness and resiliency.
Carla holds a strong commitment to the professional ethics of advocacy and activism in regard to the systems of domination and oppression that impact mental health and wellbeing both outside and inside the therapy room. Carla currently serves on the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee, the Board of Directors for the Private Practice Colloquium (PPC) in MA, and Adjunct professor for Clinical Masters programs. She also serves as faculty for the sex therapy training institute at South Shore Sexual Health. She regularly presents her current research at professional conferences and actively collaborates with other professionals to create and facilitate trainings that center justice and equity in the field of mental health and wellness.
Describe 7 concrete evidence-based strategies for addressing with the stress response cycle both personally and professionally with their clients
Identify their own personal barriers to implementing strategies, and develop concrete action for overcoming their own barriers
Explain connections between stress response cycle and physical implications which manifest in clients and clinical work
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