Session One - The Ubiquity of Trauma & Dissociation to which Clinicians are not Immune
Session One – Content Level: Advanced
Master Topic: The Ubiquity of Trauma & Dissociation to which Clinicians are not Immune
This session will focus on the meaning of trauma understood as that which causes dissociation.
1. Describe your understanding of the relationship of trauma and dissociation
2. Discuss the contexts: its high prevalence and the way in which clinicians are affected
3. Prepare and present case reports and process therapeutic interventions
- Howell, E. (2020) Trauma and Dissociation Informed Psychotherapy: Relational Healing and the Therapeutic Connection. W.W. Norton & Company, New York, NY. Introduction & Chapters 1-4 (pp. xix-75).
- Chandele Butler, Martin J. Dorahy & Warwick Middleton (2019) The Detachment and Compartmentalization Inventory (DCI): An assessment tool for two potentially distinct forms of dissociation, Journal of Trauma & Dissociation: 20:5, 526-547, DOI:10.1080/15299732.2019.1597809
1 hour: Discussion of Chapters 1-4 in Trauma and Dissociation Informed Psychotherapy
15 minutes: Discussion of “An assessment tool for two potentially distinct forms of dissociation”
45 minutes: Case presentations
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