Joseph Fernando, Marcellina Mian, Mounir Samy, Dannette Graham, Dagnija Tenne, and more
Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists (CAPCT) and Canadian Institute for Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (CICAPP)
Saturday, April 29, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
About the Day
A conference devoted to raising awareness in the professional community of the prevalence of Child Maltreatment leading to intergenerational trauma throughout history. The focus of this conference will be on the understanding of what happens to the mind when exposed to trauma, and on effective interventions in clinical practice.
WHAT HAPPENS TO THE MIND IN CHILD MALTREATMENT
Joseph Fernando, MDCM, Psychiatrist/Psychoanalyst, winner of the 2010 Gradiva Award for his book, The Processes of Defense: Trauma, Drives and Reality-A New Synthesis. He is currently writing a book on Trauma and What Happens To The Mind.
CHILD MALTREATMENT PREVENTION
Marcellina Mian, M.D., will address the Three Public Health Levels and Intersectorial Approach, and the role of each sector. Heather Gregory, MSW, RSW, Ph.D. Cand. will describe the organization "BOOST", a local Child & Youth Advocacy Centre.
CLINICAL PANEL & INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION
What Can Be Done Clinically with the Mind of the Abused Child
1. Mounir Samy, M.D., FRCP(C) - preschool boy
2. Dannette Graham, BA, RP- latency girl
3. Dagnija Tenne, Ph.D. - adolescent boy
Panel will be followed by an interactive discussion with the clinical panel, J. Fernando and the participants
Schedule of the Day
8:30 Opening Remarks
E. Tuters, Conference Chair, IPA Child Abuse Project, Committee Member
D. Tenenhouse, Co-Director CICAPP
H. Weir, President TPS
9:00 Child Maltreatment Prevention
M. Mian: Three Public Health Levels & Intersectorial Approach
H. Gregory: "BOOST" - a local Child & Youth Advocacy Centre
10:30 Keynote Address: Joseph Fernando, MDCM
Introduction: M. Blugerman, Chair (President CAPCT)
What Happens to the Mind in Child Maltreatment
11:30 Audience Discussion
12:00 LUNCH (provided)
1:00 Clinical Panel
"What can be done clinically with the mind of the abused child?"
S. Doulis, Chair (CAPCT/CICAPP)
M. Samy (GCAPA): Preschool Boy
D. Graham (CAPCT/CICAPP): Latency Girl
D. Tenne (CAPCT/CICAPP): Adolescent Boy
4:00 Interactive Discussion
Clinical Panel and J. Fernando with the participants
4:30 Closing Remarks
George Ignatieff Theatre
University of Toronto
15 Devonshire Place, Toronto
Registration & Fees
$90 Student (valid I.D. required)
Earlybird Registration ends April 14, 2017
Please click here to REGISTER NOW
Special Pre-Conference Event for Registered Conference Attendees
Moderator: Florence Loh, Co-Director CICAPP
Film Screening and Director Q&A:
Monday, April 24, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
Alliance Française, 24 Spadina Rd., Toronto (across from the subway)
Screening of film "Mean Dreams" by Director Nathan Morlando, followed by a Q&A session. This is a coming of age crime thriller about two teenagers who run away from their abusive homes and what happens to them. Canadian actors- Sophie Nelisse, Colm Feore with Bill Paxton and Josh Wiggens.
Nathan Morlando is an award- winning filmmaker and screenwriter, best known for his debut feature film "Citizen Gangster", which won the TIFF's Best First Feature Award 2011, Belgium's Liege Crime Film Festival Special Jury Award- The Prix de la Coeur and earned five Canadian Screen Award nominations.
Both the film's director and screen writer will be present for the introduction and a Q&A session.
There is no fee for conference registrants to attend this special event. Seating is limited.
About the Speakers
Joseph Fernando, MDCM
Psychiatrist, Training & Supervising Psychoanalyst at Toronto Institute of Psychoanalysis; winner of the 2010 Gradiva Award for his book, The Processes of Defense: Trauma, Drives, and Reality- A New Synthesis, and currently writing a book on Trauma and What Happens To The Mind.
Marcellina Mian, MD
Pediatrician; Professor Emerita; Columbia University & University of Toronto; Member of SCAN Team HSC for 26 years; Past President & Distinguished Scholar, ISPCAN, obtained a Master's in Health Professions Education from Maastricht University, Netherlands. Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
Heather Gregory, M.S.W., RSW, PhD (Candidate)
Heather Gregory is the Clinical Manager and Senior Child and Family Therapist with the Assessment Directed Treatment Program at Boost Child & Youth Advocacy Centre. Diploma in Early Childhood Education, worked with children and adolescents for 25 years. Heather is also currently completing a PhD on Child Torture in Clinical Social Work at Smith College in Massachusetts.
Mounir Samy, MD, FRCP(C)
Adult & Child Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst. Worked over 40 years at the Montreal Children's Hospital, Associate Professor, McGill University. Member of the Canadian Psychoanalytic Society, faculty Canadian Psychoanalytic Institute and Supervising Analyst in child and adolescent psychoanalysis; worked with Doctors Without Borders. Recipient of several academic and community awards and author of about 40 scientific publications. Chair of the Canadian Group of Psychoanalysts for Children and Adolescents (CGPCA).
Dannette Graham, BA (Honors), Registered Psychotherapist
Faculty Member and Supervisor: (CICAPP): Canadian Institute of Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy; Past President: (CAPCT): Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists; 34 years of psychotherapy experience in private practice, school, daycare, and in-home with children, adolescents, and families from diverse ethnic, cultural, religious, and socio-economic backgrounds.
Dagnija Tenne, PhD
Faculty Member and Supervisor: (CICAPP): Canadian Institute of Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy; Past President: (CAPCT): Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists; Member, Association of Child Psychoanalysis (ACP), 20 years private practice in psychotherapy working with children, adolescents, parents and families.
Michael Blugerman, MSW, RSW
President, Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists ( CAPCT); President, Association for Training on Trauma and Attachment in Children; Executive Director, Children's Resource and Consultation Centre of Ontario; Chair, Ontario Association of Private Adoption Practitioners; Guest TPS.
Elizabeth Tuters, MSW, RSW, FIPA
Child/Adult Psychoanalyst; Team Leader, Infant Program, Hincks-Dellcrest Children's Centre/ Institute; Co-Director Infant Mental Health Studies; Board of Directors, Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists; Faculty/ Supervisor, Canadian Institute of Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy; Faculty, TPS/I. Member, IPA Inter-Committee, Child Abuse Project.
Heather Weir, MDCM
Child/ Adolescent Psychiatrist and Adult Psychoanalyst. President, Toronto Psychoanalytic Society; Faculty/Supervisor, Canadian Institute of Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy; Faculty, TPS/I. Private Practice.
Dena Tenenhouse, BA, Registered Psychotherapist
Co-Director, Faculty/Supervisor, Canadian Institute for Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (CICAPP); clinical member Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists. (CAPCT); Graduate Advanced Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Programme. Specialist in ADD and ADHD. Private Practice.
Florence Loh, MSW, RSW, Dip. CICAPP
Co-Director, Faculty/Supervisor, Canadian Institute for Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (CICAPP); clinical member Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists (CAPCT). She has a special interest in working with immigrant families and children and adolescents who have experienced trauma.
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