Working with Ritual Abuse Survivors: Patterns and Challenges
There are several patterns and behaviors that are common in survivors of ritualized abuse, and these show up in therapy in ways that impact treatment and the therapeutic relationship. Being able to identify those common themes helps both therapist and client see both the adaptive value in them, and how they need to change to allow the client to become self-empowered and free. This workshop focuses on identifying those common patterns and behaviors, and how they need to evolve.
At the conclusion of this session participants will be able to:
- Identify at least three patterns common to ritual abuse survivors.
- Identify how the ritual aspect of trauma intensifies the experience and adds to the difficulty of healing.
- Identify the most common role reenactments that emerge in therapy.
Presenter: Lynette Danylchuk, PhD
Presenter Bio: Lynette Danylchuk, PhD, has recently finished her term as President of The International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD). She has also been the Director of ISSTD’s Professional Training Program, and Co-chair of ISSTD’s Center for Advanced Studies in Trauma and Dissociation Certificate Program, the gold standard in trauma training for complex PTSD and dissociation. Under her leadership, the ISSTD Professional Training Program expanded to include a greater focus on Child and Adolescent courses, and an expansion of the program to South America and Spain as well as online. Lynette has worked in the trauma field since mid-80’s, focused mainly on people with complex trauma and dissociative diagnoses. She continues to do consultation and teaching where she sees a need, including a local graduate school, juvenile hall, or the county trauma-informed services conference. Lynette has given keynote speeches and workshops internationally.
- 1.00 ISSTD Certificate ProgramThis program is eligible for 1.00 credits in the ISSTD Certificate Program.
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