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    • April 10, 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • The University Club, 1332 Santa Barbara Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
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    Our luncheon is generously sponsored by Recovery Road Medical Center.

    The wish to modify the body comes from the unconscious experiences of envy and emptiness before it is made into a conscious act. Cosmetic surgery and eating disorders are viewed acceptable in society which may interfere with the taxing effort to understand and conceivably resolve the unconscious subjective meanings of envy and emptiness that lead to body modification, starvation, bingeing and purging and binge eating. Unformulated experiences are absent of language and the result is that the experience stays in the body and the body speaks what the mind cannot digest.

    The process of psychodynamic psychotherapy provides the potential space for talking about anything that comes to mind and the clinician helps the patient find meaning and feeling in their words. Addressing the unconscious experiences of envy and emptiness with reflexive listening allows for thinking psychologically rather than concretely, which will result in new and useful information to broaden a patient’s awareness. This presentation will provide an in depth look at these ideas within the case material of a 25 year old patient who engages in eating disorder behavior and cosmetics surgery. 

    Learning Objectives:

    • Describe 2-3 psychodynamic origins of envy and emptiness. 
    • Describe 3 ways that envy and emptiness are correlated, as well as the wish to modify and control one's body image and appearance.
    • Apply the use of 2-3 psychodynamic and somatic concepts, as well as reflective listening in the therapy dyad when presented with patients who engage in eating disorder behaviors and body modification. 


    Angela R. Wurtzel, MA, LMFT, CEDS-S, has been in private practice in Santa Barbara CA for 21 years, specializing in the treatment of eating disorders, self injury, compulsive shopping and prenatal and postpartum concerns for mothers and their babies and children. Angela offers individual, group and family psychodynamic psychotherapy both in person and virtually. Angela is an iaedp certified eating disorder specialist and approved supervisor. She frequently provides supervision, consultation and presentations nationally and locally. Angela has also served on CAMFT, AAMFT & IAEDP local board of directors. 

    Big thank you to our luncheon sponsor  Recovery Road Medical Center.


    Please Note:

    • Attendees will earn 1.5 CEUs 
    • Attendees must register and pay in advance in order to attend
    • Your registration includes a delicious lunch buffet. Please contact the Events Director if you have special dietary needs or grievances at events@santabarbaratherapy.org 
    • You are welcome to park in the University Club parking lot in unreserved spaces
    • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodates attendees with disabilities in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations. Event is ADA Compliant.

    Register now for the SBCAMFT luncheon on April 10, 2019 at 11:30 AM at The University Club, 1332 Santa Barbara Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. 


    We look forward to seeing you there! 


    Warm regards,


    Rebecca Capps, Programs Director

    Santa Barbara Chapter of CAMFT

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    • April 13, 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    • The Barrett Center at Pacifica Graduate Institute’s Ladera Lane Campus at 801 Ladera Lane, Santa Barbara, CA 93108
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    Santa Barbara CAMFT Proudly Presents

    Navigating the Road tLicensure

    With Ann Tran-Lien, J.D., Staff Attorney with CAMFT 



    When: Saturday April 13th, 2019 10am-12:30pm. 

    Where: The presentation will be held in the Barrett Center at Pacifica Graduate Institute's Ladera Lane Campus at 801 Ladera Lane, Santa Barbara, CA 93108. Check-in will be in the lobby near the bookstore. 

    Price: Free for Santa Barbara CAMFT members, $15 for non-members. To join SBCAMFT ($25/year for students, $35/year for associates). Click here to become a member. 

    *Pre-registration is mandatory for free admission. Registration closes Friday April 12th. 

    Course Description:    

    Ann Tran-Lien, JD, will provide an overview of the MFT licensing process, including the laws and regulations pertaining to gaining hours of supervised experience, the requirements and qualifications of supervisors, the licensing exams, advertising guidelines, and employment-related issues.  This course will also discuss the most recent changes to the MFT licensing laws as set forth in AB93.

    Learning Objectives:  

    This workshop is designed to help you:

    1. Explain the laws and regulations as they pertain to the MFT licensing process;

    2. Describe the required experience hours for MFT applicants;

    3. List the Board of Behavioral Sciences’ forms to be completed during the MFT licensing process; and

    4. Describe the major changes in the MFT licensing laws as set forth in AB93.

    About Ann: Ann Tran-Lien, J.D. has been a Staff Attorney with CAMFT since June, 2008.  Ann graduated from San Diego State University with a B.A. in Psychology and Political Science, and received her J.D. from the University of California, Davis School of Law (King Hall).  She passed the California bar examination in July, 2007 on her first try.  Ann worked for a civil litigation law firm before joining CAMFT, practicing primarily in the areas of personal injury, business, contracts, and family law.  As a CAMFT Staff Attorney, Ann provides guidance to members regarding their legal, ethical, and business matters, and she regularly contributes to The Therapist magazine.  She also provides law and ethics webinars and presentations to schools and agencies.


    A huge thank you to our generous sponsor, Pacifica Graduate Institute Alumni Association (PGIAA), for making it possible to offer this important event free to all our members!


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