Elaine Rosenson, LMFT, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in Encino, CA for over 30 years. She is a nationally recognized therapist and Voice Dialogue facilitator and teacher. She trained extensively with Drs. Hal and Sidra Stone, the originators of Voice Dialogue.
She has served as a staff member and has been endorsed by them to provide trainings to professionals and the general public. In 1991, she founded the Valley Voice Dialogue Center where she has trained therapists on how to use Voice Dialogue for their own deep personal work and in their own practice.
Elaine is a member of the teaching faculty at the Insight Center in Los Angeles California. She has presented classes at CSUN, at numerous intern training centers in Los Angeles as well as at CAMFT, SD-CAMFT, SFV-CAMFT, GPASC, and GPALA Conferences. Elaine is a Past-President of the San Fernando Valley Chapter of CAMFT and has been an active member for over 30 years.
Elaine became inspired by the embodied depth psychology work of Marion Woodman, PhD, a world-renowned Jungian analyst, who brought bodywork to the Jungian community. In 2010, Elaine graduated from Dr. Woodman’s prestigious three-year BodySoul Rhythms Leadership Training Program. The program incorporates Jungian therapy, dance movement, art, dream analysis, voice and bodywork. Elaine has incorporated this work into her psychotherapy practice and finds it reaches people deeply, enabling them to discover their authentic nature.
Elaine Rosenson, LMFT
Trauma and Parts Psychology
Parts Psychology Treating Trauma
April 20, 2024
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Pacific Time via Zoom
The self is not a single entity. We are a collection of parts or subpersonalities, each of which has a different identity and characteristic. We can refer to this work as “Parts Psychology,” and it has its foundation in many classical modalities but is best known today in two contemporary therapeutic models: Voice Dialogue (Hal and Sidra Stone) and Internal Family Systems (Richard Schwartz). Parts psychology gives us access to the complexity of our internal experience which affords us the possibility of deep exploration leading to successful treatment of trauma related issues.
Participants will be able to:
Identify the primary selves developed from trauma;
Identify the parts that are disowned or undeveloped due to trauma;
Decide which part to interview and how to interview the part;
Facilitate an Experiential session of Parts work;
Learn how to create an Aware Center so we can experience real choice;
Identify ways to integrate parts work within your clinical perspectives.
Continuing Education credits are available for this training.
Psychologists: The Insight Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Insight Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content. This course provides 4 CE.
MFTs / LCSWs / LPCCs: The California Board of Behavioral Sciences accepts APA authorized continuing education. This course provides 4 CE.