This two-day training provides participants with methods and strategies for using cognitive-behavioral and complex trauma frameworks to gain a greater understanding of why homeless patients behave in ways that seem self-destructive. The training also enables participants to understand their own emotions and behaviors related to these complex situations. As a result, and with sustained practice, participants acquire and improve on skills related to metacognitive awareness and perceiving small increments in change.
- Nick Maguire Ph.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology, Director of Programs, University of Southampton, England
- Stephanie L. Barker, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Southampton, England
- Mark Sperber, MA LPC-S. LMFT, LCDC
- David Buck, MD, MPH, Professor, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine