Session Five - Treatment and techniques Internal communication, collaboration (Discussion on use of workbooks and cautions concerning “manualization” of treatment)
Session Five – Content Level: Intermediate and advanced
Treatment and techniques
Internal communication, collaboration
(Discussion on use of workbooks and cautions concerning “manualization” of treatment)
- Discuss the importance of taking dissociation in account when applying therapeutic modalities to clients with complex trauma and dissociation
- Summarize overall treatment strategies in phase oriented work with DID clients
- Discuss the use of techniques specific to working with DID, such as developing internal communications, collaboration, cooperation, etc.
- Describe the use of Treatment Manuals and identify possible pitfalls
- Apply theory to case material provided by the students and instructor
- Howell, EF (2011 Understanding and treating Dissociative Identity Disorder: A Relational Approach, NY: NY Routledge, Chapter 10, pp. 187-209.
- Turkus, JA and Kahler, Jennifer A (2006) Therapeutic Interventions in the Treatment of Dissociative Disorders. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 29:1, 245-262.
- Dorahy, M.J., Lewis-Fernández, R., Krüger, C., Brand, B.L., Şar, V., Ewing, J., Martínez-Taboas, A., Stavropoulos, P. & Middleton, W. (2017) The role of clinical experience, diagnosis, and theoretical orientation in the treatment of posttraumatic and dissociative disorders: A vignette and survey investigation, Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 18:2, 206-222.
- Boon, S, Steele, K & van der Hart, O (2011) Skills training for patients and therapists. NY: NY, Norton, Chapter 7, pp. 70-81.
- Boon, S, Steele, K & van der Hart, O (2011) Skills training for patients and therapists. NY: NY, Norton, Chapter 25, pp. 301-313.
- Boon, S, Steele, K & van der Hart, O (2011) Skills training for patients and therapists. NY: NY, Norton, Chapter 26, pp. 323-333.
15 minutes: Discussion of Reading 2 and 3 – understanding the impact of dissociation when applying therapeutic modalities to treatment
5 minutes: Discussion and cautions on the use of treatment manuals
40 minutes: Discussion of Readings 1, 2 and 3 – overall treatment strategies and phase oriented treatment
60 minutes: Discussion of Readings 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6 – specific treatment strategies
30 minutes: Discussion of application of theory and techniques to disguised case material from students
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