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Date: Friday, September 6
   
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

 

Is Your Story Making You Sick? is a breakthrough new documentary about an innovative approach to healing by Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker and journalist Director Frances Causey. The film combines top experts in mental health, brave participants sharing their stories, and a revealing look at narrative therapy exercises and modalities. The film reveals how individuals battling addiction, trauma, and depression can change their stories and transcend their pain. Learn from decades of experience from leading experts in addiction treatment, trauma, and mindfulness as they provide scientific, evidence-based explanations for the transformations we see on screen. Experts include Ellen Langer, PhD, Gabor Maté, MD, Dan Siegel, MD, and others.

To learn more about the documentary, visit https://www.story.movie.


Join C4 Events for a screening of the documentary Is Your Story Making You Sick? followed by a discussion led by Mark Pirtle, DPT. This event is open to the public and does not require registration to CCSAD to attend (you must be registered for CCSAD to obtain CE/CME credits, however). To register for CCSAD and obtain CE’s, please follow this link. You have the option of registering for the entire CCSAD conference, or just the documentary screening by itself. The cost of the documentary screening only is $15 and comes with 2 CE/CME credits. To register for the documentary screening alone and obtain CE/CME credits, follow the link above and choose Individual Courses/Meetings Only.

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