Friday, March 29, 2019
1:30 PM-4:30 PM
Come and Celebrate the conclusion of Social Work Month with us. Social Work Month is an important annual campaign that educates the public about the contributions of social workers and gives social workers and their allies tools they can use to promote the profession. Social workers are found in so many different areas. Come join us and celebrate those that act as advocates, champions and leaders who make our society a better place to live.
The event will include a two part training on Sex Addiction and Emotional Incest.
The introduction to sex addiction portion of the training will consist of: definition for sex addiction, neuroscience of sex addiction, causes of sex addiction, addictive system explanation, treatment implications, and a brief overview of sexual health/sobriety. The introduction to emotional incest portion of the training will consist of: definition of emotional incest and differentiation between overt/covert incest, characteristics in client presentation, and treatment methods with covert incest survivors. The information will be presented with the use of PowerPoint presentation slides as a vehicle for the data, flipcharts and markers to demonstrate addictive system and treatment techniques, hard copy handouts of critical data/concepts, and brief small-group experiential exercises to increase kinesthetic understanding of concepts.
· Understand the signs, symptoms, and criteria for identifying sex addiction
· Understanding of addictive system mapping
· Ability to articulate basic interventions/treatment methods for sex addiction
· Understand the fundamentals of sexual health and sexual sobriety
· Ability to articulate the differences between overt/covert incest
· Understanding of common client presentations with covert incest
· Ability to utilize at least 1 method of intervention for covert incest cases
Mike Eiden, LCADC, CSW, CSAT-Candidate
Mike has worked in the field of addiction and mental health treatment for the past 7 years in both inpatient and outpatient settings. He specializes in experiential therapies, trauma work, and addictions. He brings a well rounded experience base and passion for cultivating resilience to his work as a clinician. Mike currently works at Centerstone Addiction Recovery Center and has a small private practice in Louisville, KY.
CEU : Hours - 3
$30 with CEUs
$10 without CEUs
Proceeds to go to Kent
Endowment: I am the Change Scholarship
Kosair Charities Community Room
Free Parking Available on site
982 Eastern Pkwy
Louisville, KY 40217
University of Louisville Kent School of Social Work