From Complex Trauma to Dissociative Disorders Accelerated - Live Teleseminar Hinton/Maddy 2022
Please note this course is currently full. Additional course offerings will be added in the coming months.
This course was created to give clinicians a solid education in how to identify and work with complex trauma and dissociation. Part I covers guidelines for treatment and how to fulfill those guidelines in the process of therapy. Students will learn how to recognize the signs of complex trauma and dissociation, and understand the effects of trauma on the development and functioning of adult clients. They will be taught the relevant assessment tools to use, and how to structure therapy to be most effective for clients with all levels of traumatic experiences. Students will also learn how working with traumatic material challenges both client and therapist, and how to meet the relational challenges that may emerge in therapy. Special features that are common with dissociative clients will be covered, along with the skills necessary for the successful treatment of dissociation in clients. The course includes literature review and discussion, lecture and the explorations of a teaching case, “The Case of Harold.”
Part II is a continuation of the Part I course. This course covers opening treatment of dissociative disorders, disorganized attachment, neurobiology, self (ego) states, treatment and techniques, self-care, suicidality and self-injury, affect and sensate regulation, and integration techniques. Students must be prepared to discuss theories as applied to the treatment of their own client. Each student will be expected to select one or two clients to discuss in class. The case of Harold used in Part I may also be utilized during class discussions.
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Course Format: 16 sessions Live Teleseminar; 2.5 hour sessions each.
Course Dates: Tuesdays; Jan 11, 25, Feb 8, 22, Mar 8, 22, Apr 12, 26, May 10, 24, Jun 14, 28, Jul 12, 26, Aug 9, 23
Meeting Time: 11:00am - 1:30pmUS Eastern Time
Licensed mental health professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors, accredited psychotherapists, etc.) who are interested in developing their skills in treating clients with complex trauma and dissociative disorders. For Part II of the course, students should have completed Part I (or the equivalent), and have at least one client with a dissociative disorder in treatment.
This course content is at the beginning/intermediate level.
Dawn Hinton, MEd, LPCC-S
Dawn Hinton, Med, LPCC, NCC, has worked as a high school counselor for 20 years and has owned a limited private practice in Florence, Kentucky for over a decade, where she mostly serves clients with trauma related disorders, dissociative disorders, and anxiety. She is trained in EMDR, hypnosis, and Reality Therapy.
She published an article, “Choosing Success in the Classroom” in The International Journal of Choice Theory and Reality Therapy focusing on teachers building relationships with students. Prior to counseling, she taught high school math and science. Throughout her career, she has conducted professional development sessions for teachers, school counselors, and counselors in training. She teaches in the Professional Training Programs with the ISSTD and serves as an adjunct instructor at Xavier University and Northern Kentucky University.
She has served in leadership positions in professional organizations. For the Northern Kentucky Counseling Association, she has served multiple years as secretary and has completed the three year presidential cycle. She is currently serving as the Kentucky Counseling Association Past President and Executive Director.
Dawn has received awards including Outstanding School Counselor, Counselor of the Year, and Lifetime Achievement Award.
Holly Maddy, LCSW, LISW-S
Holly Maddy, LCSW, LISW-S, an independent social worker licensed in both Ohio and Kentucky, has clinical experience beginning in 1999. She graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 1998 with a masters degree in Social Work.
She began her career as a case manager in Hamilton County working with families at risk of abuse and neglect. She managed a non-profit counseling agency in Boone County for five years where she provided therapeutic services, supervised other clinicians, and worked closely with community partners. Maddy has worked with both Adult and Child/Adolescent psychiatrists in the Northern Kentucky area on a contractual basis for a seven years.
In 2008, she started her private practice. She also provides supervision for masters level social workers obtaining their independent license. She facilitates trainings in Boone County and coursework at Xavier University with topics including anxiety, trauma and dissociation. She is part of the ISSTD Professional Training Program faculty.
She has additional training in trauma work, specifically Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) and complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD). She has completed both EMDR 1 and 2 Trainings as well as the Masters Seminar course through ISSTD with a focus on DID.
- 40.00 APAThe International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Cancellations will only be accepted up to 14 days prior to the first course session. Cancellations are subject to a $45 cancellation fee plus the cost of copyrighted materials. The course fee is not refundable if you withdraw from the course less than 14 days before the start of the course. Once the course starts no new students can be accepted more than one week after the course begins. Please note that to receive ASWB ACE credit, all sessions must be attended. All materials used for this course are subject to copyright laws and are not for duplication or distribution by course participants. Fees must be submitted with registration, and must be submitted in US dollars.