Session Sixteen - Specific techniques for dissociative disorders: Stage One (continued) Affect and sensate regulation
Session Sixteen – Content Level: Intermediate and advanced
Specific techniques for dissociative disorders: Stages two and three
Memory work and abreaction
Dissociative disorders in consultation
1. Discuss various techniques for working with traumatic memory in stage two treatment of DID
2. Discuss the integration continuum and describe various techniques for integration with DID clients
3. Discuss how dissociative disorders inform consultation and how consultation informs treatment of dissociative disorders
4. Apply theory to case material provided by the students and instructor
A. Fraser, G. (2003) Fraser's “Dissociative Table Technique” Revisited, Revised: A Strategy for Working with Ego States in Dissociative Disorders and Ego-State Therapy, Journal of Trauma and Dissociation 4:4, 5-28.
B. Steele, K, Boon, S & van der Hart, O (2017) Treating trauma-related dissociation: A practical, integrated approach. NY: NY, Norton. Chapter 20, pp. 419-435.
C. Steele, K, Boon, S & van der Hart, O (2017) Treating trauma-related dissociation: A practical, integrated approach. NY: NY, Norton. Chapter 21, pp. 436-461.
D. Steele, K, Boon, S & van der Hart, O (2017) Treating trauma-related dissociation: A practical, integrated approach. NY: NY, Norton. Chapter 22, pp. 465-479
E. Chefetz, R.A. (2017) Issues in consultation for treatments with distressed activated abuser/protector self-states in dissociative identity disorder, Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 18:3, 465-475.
Slides on working on traumatic memory – O’Neil
Slides on Integration – O’Neil
The integration continuum – Frankel
Rules for blending – Frankel
60 minutes: Discussion of Reading A, B, C and O’Neil slides – working with traumatic memory (phase 2)
30 minutes: Discussion of Reading D and Frankel integration continuum ¬– integration and blending techniques (phase 2-3)
30 minutes: Discussion of Reading E – consultation issues
30 minutes: Discussion of application of theory and techniques to disguised case material from students
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