All Kinds of News for April 06, 2016
Lake Ozark, MO. Nationally recognized Dr. Jonathan Baylin (psychologist, author and trauma/attachment expert) trained Calo preteen, teen, young adult and New Vision Wilderness teams in Lake of the Ozarks last week (April 1, 2016) on the "Theory, Science and Practice of Attachment Based Therapy". Dr. Baylin has authored a number of books on the science and practice of Attachment Theory and brain-based parenting and is a renowned expert on developmental neurology and trauma. According the Rob Gent, Calo's Chief Clinical Officer, "we are privileged to have had Dr. Baylin at Calo, not only for his academic and scientific expertise, but for the additional fact that he is a practicing clinician with a passion for engaging first hand in clinical practice".
Alex Stavros, CEO explained, "It was great experience for the entire staff. We are creating an organization that encourages consultation, training and partnerships with some of the best and brightest in the field of developmental trauma and attachment. Dr. Baylin provided experiential learning, a contemporary framework and developmental research on how Calo's interventions (neurotherapies, Brainspotting, HRV, and others) are best implemented in a residential setting.
In addition to Dr. Baylin, Steve Sawyer, NVW Co Founder and one of only 3 independent Brainspotting instructors in the country provided intensive training on interventions focused on central nervous system integration and processing (BSP/HeartMath).
The two day, cutting edge experience concluded with training on neurological development, functioning and application for therapy by Dr. Baylin. "I really enjoyed being with Calo and really like the work they are doing to build an integrative model for attachment focused work", said Dr. Baylin.
For more information visit www.caloprograms.com