Looking forward to the next installment in the Master Clinician Lecture Series!
The purpose of this series is to explore complexity in its various forms as we all strive to become masters of clinical work. This month I’m delighted that Phillip Elbaum, CADC, LCSW will return to present on extramarital affairs. The last time he came to speak at GLC the audience really appreciated his wisdom and lovely demeanor. This month he will present Extramarital Affairs: Dynamics and Treatment. This presentation will include an overview of extramarital relations that will include the incidence, historical perspectives, types of affairs, psychiatric implications, reasons for cheating, warning signs, developmental steps of the affair, dynamics of third party, cultural implications and treatment interventions for the couple and or individual who has the affair as well as the partner.
Phillip L Elbaum, LCSW, CADC has his MSW from the University of Illinois and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Private Practice. He is also an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences at Loyola University Medical School. He was formerly a Social Work Clinical Manager and EAP Coordinator at Hines VA Hospital. He has been a field work instructor for Social Work Graduate Students and has published on a variety of mental health topics. In addition, he has presented numerous seminars and workshops on Extramarital Affairs.
What: Extramarital Affairs: Dynamics and Treatment
When: Monday, November 14, 10:00 – 11:30
Where: Gifted Learning Center~North Shore
466 Central Ave, Suite 21
Northfield, Illinois 60093
1.5 CEs are available for social workers and counselors; the cost is $15. Please call or email me to reserve a spot!