Session Four - Trauma, Dissociation and Memory, Integrating Theory into Clinical Work (Part 1b)
Session Four – Content Level: Intermediate
Trauma, dissociation and memory
Integrating theory into clinical work (Part 1b)
1. Outline the different forms of memory (implicit, explicit, declarative, autobiographical, etc.)
2. Discuss the effect of dissociation on memory
3. Apply theory from previous sessions to the case of Harold
A. Chu, JA (2011) Rebuilding Shattered Live: Treating Complex PTSD and Dissociative Disorders, 2nd edition. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley and Sons, pp. 78-106 (Chapter 5).
Turkus PowerPoint on memory
O’Neil PowerPoint on memory
The case of Harold: Part 1b
45 minutes: Discussion of O’Neil and Turkus PowerPoints on memory theory
30 minutes: Discussion of Readings A - effects of dissociation on memory
75 minutes: Discussion of the Case of Harold, Part 1b – memory and dissociation
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