Treating Child Sexual Abuse, Level 2

This course will relate to some of the unique issues which can present in sexual abuse cases.  These will be analyzed in detail and possible interventions will be discussed and worked through experientially.  In addition, the course will attempt to enable a broader understanding of the effects of child sexual abuse by means of different therapeutic approaches such as psychodynamic and family systems theories.  Finally, an emphasis will be placed on countertransferential responses and the way sexual abuse cases can impact the therapist.

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About the Presenter(s)

Barbara Reicher, a graduate of Tel Aviv and Bar Ilan Universities, is a certified Family Therapist and supervisor. Her career has focused on treating children and families struggling with issues of abuse. Prior to her appointment as Coordinator of Pinat HaYeled Children’s Center at the Family Institute, she was clinical director of the Israeli Association for Child Protection (E.L.I.). She is considered one of the foremost national experts in Israel on treating child sexual abuse, including both child victims and children with sexual behavior problems

Course Details

Dates February 7, 14, 21 March 7, 14 April 11, 25 May 2
Times Wednesdays, 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Presenter Barbara Reicher, M.S.W.
Prerequisites The course is open to advanced therapists who have completed Level 1 and have experience working with children.
Price 325 NIS for Institute Therapists and Staff
Price 650 NIS
Registration Advanced Registration is necessary to join the course.