Collaborative Change Model: a Relational Blueprint for the treatment of Complex Developmental Trauma
withMary Jo Barrett
Dates: 12-13-14 April 2024 *
Time: Friday from 10:00am to 6:00pm; Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am to 5:00pm (Italian time)
Duration: 14h 00m 00s
Live streaming available on Zoom Meetings
Recordings of the course available without time limits

(also in Live Streaming)

Available in Italian (simultaneous translation), English
🪙 You will receive 31.5 crediti ECM *
(ECM Credits valid on 2023)
🪙 You will receive 21 CPD credits
🪙 You will receive 21 CE credits


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This three day experience will be a rich opportunity for participants to be validated and to learn about who they are and how to provide the most effective treatment for their clients. We will learn the Collaborative Change Model, a three phase cyclical model that harnesses the natural universal cycle of change. We will learn how to apply CCM to any clinical model that the participants utilize. Together we will also explore the role of family therapy in the treatment of complex developmental trauma in individuals, couples, and families. We will practice this cyclical model based in our training and in our life experiences.


Participants will bring their own sacred creative gifts to the workshop the same way we bring those gifts to our treatment. We will explore how to utilize our gifts in our lives, both personally and professionally. And we will experience how to care for our gifts, in the face and impact of working intimately with Complex Developmental Trauma.

Over the three days, together we will learn through lecture, experiential activities, video tape examples, and case examples/consultation.


Day 1- Overview of the Collaborative Change model. CCM is an integrative treatment approach. CCM harnesses the natural process of change and how we can bring this process into our treatment room. We will learn about clinicians own traumatic stress during the process. An examination of the 5 essential ingredients of trauma and the essential guidelines for all effective treatment.


Day 2-We will focus on the step by step of the CCM as it applies to individual, couple and family therapy. We will learn how the steps are repeated in session, between sessions, and over time. And participants will apply their own clinical work into the recursive steps of CCM. We will explore the role of family therapy in the treatment of complex developmental.


Day 3- This day will focus on the therapist own self. How do we utilize who we are to be the most effective we can be. What is it that we bring to our therapy? We will then explore CCM with each participants experience to design their own treatment model that is unique for them integrating what they have learned over time, academically, learned from life experience, and what they know from their own sense and intuition.

Participants will also explore their family or families from which they were born and/ or raised.

And we will design our own wellness plans of how to maintain our health, as we are impacted daily by complex developmental trauma and the abuse and neglect our clients have experienced.

About the Speaker

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Mary Jo Barrett
Mary Jo Barrett is the Founder of The Center for Contextual Change. She holds a Masters in Social Work from the Jane Addams School of Social Work and has served on the adjunct faculties of The University of Chicago, The Chicago Center for Family Health, and the Family Institute of Northwestern University. Ms. Barrett was the Clinical Director of Midwest Family Resource and has been working in the field of family violence since 1974 beginning with Parents Anonymous. Ms. Barrett’s latest book, Treating Complex Trauma: A Relational Blueprint for Collaboration and Change, was co-authored by Linda Stone Fish. Ms. Barrett has also coauthored two books with Dr. Terry Trepper: Incest: A Multiple Systems Perspective and The Systemic Treatment of Incest: A Therapeutic Handbook. She created the Collaborative Change Model, a contextual model of therapy used to transform the lives of those impacted by abuse and/or traumatic events. Her trainings and published works focus on the teaching of the Collaborative Change Model; Family Therapy and Interpersonal violence; Adult Survivors of Abuse and Trauma; Complex Developmental Trauma and Compassion Fatigue. Ms. Barrett founded the Family Dialogue Project, a mediation program which strives to redefine relationships within families that have been impacted by allegations of abuse or differences that appear irreconcilable.
* If different types of credits are available (ECM, CPD and CE), please choose them according to your needs.

What are CPD and CE Credits?

CPD and CE credits are internationally recognised units that demonstrate your commitment to ongoing professional development and the acquisition of new knowledge and skills. These credits serve as a testament to your dedication to maintaining the highest standards of practice and staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in your field.

In which countries are CPD and CE Credits valid?

CPD and CE credits are valid in various countries around the world. We understand the importance of global recognition and strive to provide you with credentials that hold value wherever your professional journey takes you. Whether you practice in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, or other countries, our credits offer you the flexibility and credibility you need.

Which organisations recognise our CPD credits?

CPD credits are recognised by any organisation and any country (use CPD credits).

Which organisations recognise our CE credits?

Each CPD credit is converted into a CE credit. The CE credits, are recognised by any organisation and any country (use CE credits).

Some examples of organisations that recognise our CE Credits.

As mentioned above, our CE credits are accepted by any organisation. They are therefore accepted by ASWB, NBCC, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, American Psychological Association, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and all organisations that ask for them.

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* The event will be formally confirmed upon reaching a minimum attendance threshold of 50 participants.

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