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InDesign Workshop

InDesign Workshop Saturday / August 22 / 1pm EST Instructor: Elana Schlenker Class Description This workshop will cover the basics of InDesign, with a focus on the photobook design process and the tools and best practices most relevant to photographers. Led by graphic designer Elana Schlenker, this crash course in InDesign will cover file setup, margins and grids, master pages, style sheets, placing image and text, basic typesetting, alignment tips and tricks, and preparing files for press. Along the way, Schlenker will provide practical design advice guided by her own experiences creating photobooks. Cost: Member( $25) / Non-member ( $50) YES! I want to be a Lab member. Register here. — Meet your instructor Elana Schlenker is the principal of Studio Elana Schlenker, a graphic design practice established in 2011 that specializes in visual identities, interactive work, and printed matter—in particular editorial and photobook design. The studio’s clients include Aperture, Candela, Carnegie Museum of Art, Conveyor Studio, Columbia University, Cornell University, Google, Image Text Ithaca Press, International Center for Photography, The New Yorker, Phaidon, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, and the Silver Eye Center for Photography among many others. Schlenker has received the Art Directors Club Young Gun award (2015) and been named to Print magazine’s annual New Visual Artist list (2013), a distinction recognizing the top twenty creative talents under age thirty. Her work has been shortlisted for the Paris Photo/Aperture Photobook Awards twice in 2016 (Dark Archives by Andre Bradley / Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going, Why? by Dan Boardman and Aspen Mays) and in 2018 (Wood River Blue Pool by Jo Ann Walters). Schlenker publishes Gratuitous Type, an occasional pamphlet of typographic smut, and is the creator of Less Than 100, a traveling pop up shop for gender wage parity. On select projects, she collaborates with the art director and illustrator Mark Pernice through their joint studio Out of Office. Since 2016, she has lectured at the Image Text Ithaca MFA program at Ithaca College.

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EMDR Recent & Group Traumatic Episode Protocol

The School of Social Work in Falk College, an approved provider of continuing education for LMSWs and LCSWs in New York State, will offer virtual EMDR Recent Traumatic Episode Protocol (R-TEP) and Group Traumatic Episode Protocol (G-TEP) training. The EMDR Recent Traumatic Episode protocol was developed to extend the original Recent Event Protocol developed by Francine Shapiro. All experiences that occur before or after the event, which have become a part of the traumatic episode as defined by the client are processed in the order their brain dictates. Participants must have completed an approved EMDR Therapy Basic Training in order to attend this workshop and provide proof of completion. Participant learning objectives: (R-TEP) Describe how to obtain history using the R-TEP. Define the term Resource Connection Envelope. Name the steps in the “Four Elements Exercise”. Describe how to obtain the first resource elicited when using R-TEP. Apply 2 preparation techniques during the practicum exercise. Propose 2 methods for grounding dysregulated clients. Illustrate sensitive application of the Assessment Phase in R-TEP. Distinguish traumatic event from traumatic episode. Explain how to identify and process target fragments. Differentiate EMDR vs. EMD processing. Participant learning objectives: (G-TEP) Describe 3 ways to utilize the G-TEP. Name the logistical considerations for G-TEP administration. What to do if someone cannot utilize/develop a safe place in the group. Illustrate what information is shared among group members while going through the G-TEP. Describe how to direct the participants’ attention after each set of BLS. Name 2 assessment tools & how to administer them. Event Details & Registration Date: Friday, October 16 and Saturday, October 17, 2020 Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Check – in begins at 8:00 a.m.) Cost: $129.00 for each day or $ 240.00 for both days Location: Online Registration To register, please contact Tracey Musarra Marchese at tcmarche@syr.edu and send a copy of your EMDR Basic Training certificate. The New York State Department of Education and New York State Social Work Board and EMDRIA Credit Provider #17018-01 has approved this workshop for 6 contact hours for one day or 12 contact hours for both days. For more information, contact Social Work Continuing Education at swkce@syr.edu. Presenter: Maria Masciandaro, Psy. D. Clinical Psychologist Since 2010 Dr. Masciandaro has been utilizing these protocols. The R-TEP was developed in 2008 by Elan Shapiro and Brurit Laub. The G-TEP emerged as the need to scale -up to treat groups became clearer. Dr. Masciandaro is a licensed psychologist and has been a volunteer for Trauma Recovery HAP since 9/11. She has been a TRN Coordinator, facilitator for basic training, and trainer-of-trainers to expand the dissemination of these two protocols. Her volunteer mission has taken her across the US from Alaska to Florida. On a local level, she is a facilitator for the EMDR Institute, one of four NJ EMDR Network Coordinators, and an EMDRIA Approved Consultant. In addition, Dr. Masciandaro is an Approved Consultant with the American Academy of Clinical Hypnosis, a Past-President of the Clinical Hypnosis Society of New Jersey, and as a faculty member participates in CHSNJ sponsored training each year. She has been a fieldwork supervisor for the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology of Rutgers U.

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