This workshop will focus on three key learning components of different levels of structural dissociation within treatment for chronic traumatization. This includes working with clients having a primary, secondary (complex trauma, DESNOS, BPD without dissociative identity disorder (DID)) and tertiary (complex trauma with DID) structural dissociation.
Focus on the workshop will be on:
1. Advancing knowledge of the structural dissociation of the personality.
2. Understanding chronic traumatization from Pierre Janet psychology of action systems and tendencies.
3. Treatment of chronically traumatized clients, including:
b. promoting adaptive actions
c. general treatment principles
d. phase one:
i. overcoming the phobia of attachment and attachment loss
ii. overcoming the phobia of trauma-derived mental actions
iii. overcoming the phobia of dissociative parts
e. phase two:
i. overcoming the phobia of traumatic memory
f. phase three:
i. Integration of personality and overcoming the phobias of normal life
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Cancellations and Transfers
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Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Trauma Certificate : Trauma Certificate