All Kinds of News for May 08, 2019
Ellenhorn is proud to announce it will host its second annual New Perspectives on Treatment Series in New York, N.Y. The theme of this year’s series is “Before the Dawn: The Therapeutic Target of Hope.” This year-long series aims to investigate the influence of hope on personal change and therapy.
The next talk in the series is at Ellenhorn’s New York office from 12-2 p.m., Thursday, May 30, and titled, “Have Hope, But If You Can't, Definitely Have Humor: Helping Families Move Away From the Negative Narrative” presented by Teri Bryant, M.Ed., LMFT. This talk will bring Bryant’s personal and professional experience to helping families look at the importance of having hope in treatment.
Following the talk in May, there will be two more sessions in the series:
● “A Safe Place to Hope: Engaging Creativity to Shift the Narrative of Stuckness,” presented by Maya Hormadaly, M.A., RDT, LCAT-P in September (date to be determined);
● “The Clinician’s Role in Creating the Room for Hope in Addiction Recovery,” presented by Zoi Andalcio, LMHC, CPT in November (date to be determined).
Two continuing education credits will be offered for social work, psychology and counseling. Lunch will be provided and events are free to attend.
To register for the second annual New Perspectives on Treatment Series, please visit the series website.
Ellenhorn New York
370 Lexington Avenue
New York, N.Y. 10017
Ellenhorn was founded in Boston in 2005, with the belief that psychiatric recovery and recovery of a sense of purpose, hope and faith in oneself go hand-in-hand. In 2016, Ellenhorn opened a second office in New York which treats adolescents and adults. Ellenhorn provides psychiatric care while supporting clients’ pursuit of life goals and their connections to the larger community. As an alternative to traditional residential settings and hospitals, Ellenhorn is the most intensive program in the U.S. focused on a “treatment without walls” approach to psychiatric needs. Ellenhorn serves clients in the metro Boston and New York areas.