Have Hope, But if You Can’t, Definitely Have Humor: Helping Families Move Away From the Negative Narrative

Teri Bryant, M.Ed, LMFT

12PM - 2PM

Disappointment and the Fear of Hope: From Theory to Research

Ross Ellenhorn, PhD

12PM - 2PM

In this year-long series of talks, we will investigate the influence of hope on therapy and personal change.  

Hope is at the center of all personal change. You can’t change without it. Yet we tend to relegate hope to the spiritual realm, separated from the secular work of therapy. In this series, we bring hope down to earth, defining it, giving it shape and weight, exploring its central therapeutic force.  

Our aim is to inspire participants to engage in thinking and exploring about how to integrate hope-based approaches to their work. This series of talks will serve to inform participants of theories and practices that help bridge the significant gap between therapeutic models and the value of hope as the central driver toward personal change. 

The Clinician's Role in Creating the Room for Hope in Addiction Recovery

Zoi Andalcio, LMHC

12PM - 2PM

The Uncertainty Game: Playing with Creativity and Hope

Teresa Dias, LMHC

Basel Zayed, MT-BC

12PM - 2PM

The talk is $10 to attend. All proceeds will donated to NAMI.

 Food will be provided! 
87 Pleasant Street, Arlington, MA 02476

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