Josselyn Academy

June 26​​ CE Workshop

For Josselyn Staff

Beyond the DSM: Person-Centered Diagnosis and Treatment in Psychotherapy
  • Presenter: Patrick Dawley, LCSW
  • Wednesday, June 26, 10 am – 1 pm
  • Virtual via Zoom
  • Free for Josselyn staff
  • 3 CEUs will be offered
  • Space is limited. Registration will close at 1 pm on Tuesday, June 25

 

Objectives At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize limitations of the DSM diagnostic model in practicing substantive, person-centered psychotherapy
  • Build knowledge base of how to assess for personality in the clinical setting
  • Deepen awareness of transference/countertransference reactions as diagnostic tools to aid in therapy’s change process
  • Appreciate the depth and style of each person’s psychological world as the primary focus for therapeutic intervention
Patrick Dawley, LCSW
Presenter Bio Patrick received his Master of Social Work degree from Loyola University Chiago and currently holds a full-time private practice in Chicago. He is a candidate for an Advanced Certificate in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy from the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis. His areas of clinical interest include helping people work through issues of identity, purpose, vocation, and spiritual/religious concerns. Patrick previously worked in community mental health at The Josselyn Center, treating a wide range of mood, anxiety, personality disorder and psychotic distress. In addition to consulting mental health centers and social service agencies in their difficult work treating psychosis, Patrick offers consultation and supervision to help therapists re-attune themselves to the spirit of psychotherapy that is often lost in modern treatment approaches.  
Objectives

  • At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
    • Recognize limitations of the DSM diagnostic model in practicing substantive, person-centered psychotherapy
    • Build knowledge base of how to assess for personality in the clinical setting
    • Deepen awareness of transference/countertransference reactions as diagnostic tools to aid in therapy’s change process
    • Appreciate the depth and style of each person’s psychological world as the primary focus for therapeutic intervention
Patrick Dawley, LCSW
Presenter Bio
Patrick received his Master of Social Work degree from Loyola University Chiago and currently holds a full-time private practice in Chicago. He is a candidate for an Advanced Certificate in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy from the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis.

His areas of clinical interest include helping people work through issues of identity, purpose, vocation, and spiritual/religious concerns. Patrick previously worked in community mental health at The Josselyn Center, treating a wide range of mood, anxiety, personality disorder and psychotic distress. In addition to consulting mental health centers and social service agencies in their difficult work treating psychosis, Patrick offers consultation and supervision to help therapists re-attune themselves to the spirit of psychotherapy that is often lost in modern treatment approaches.

Beyond the DSM: Person-Centered Diagnosis and Treatment in Psychotherapy
  • Presenter: Patrick Dawley, LCSW
  • Wednesday, June 26, 10 am – 1 pm
  • Virtual via Zoom
  • Free for Josselyn staff
  • 3 CEUs will be offered
  • Space is limited. Registration will close at 1 pm on Tuesday, June 25

June 26, 2024 CE Workshop

CE Workshop for Josselyn Staff - Beyond the DSM: Person-Centered Diagnosis and Treatment in Psychotherapy