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Therapists can be overwhelmed by working with clients with frequent crises that threaten the life, safety, and health of the client. Often, clients suffering from Complex Trauma and Dissociative Disorders present with a phenomenal array of crisis events. Therapists often struggle with the complexity, frequency, and severity of these events, and their overwhelming emotional toll on both client and therapist.
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ISSTD's 2009 webinar series featured presentations from a number of leaders in the field covering a variety of topics. 
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It is well-established in both the EMDR therapy and complex trauma-dissociative disorders literatures that self-state/parts-focused work with clients is frequently not only helpful but also necessary to achieve stabilization/containment, trauma resolution, and integration of treatment gains into how a person functions in day-to-day life.
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Chronic shame, an experience of being without value, is often at the center of the aftermath of traumatic experience accompanied by active dissociative processes. Infant attachment strategies are generated in the face of fear and seek proximity to a caretaker. Such seeking is compromised when the attachment relationship is itself a source of terror, horror, or other physical or psychic pain.
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One of the more challenging problems of working with complex developmental trauma is how to effectively manage the therapeutic relationship. We are directed to help the client develop secure attachment; yet close relationship activates the insoluable dilemma of the client's history: needing to attach while feeling threatened.
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Abstract Mary Main and Judith Solomon (1986) were first to identify fear as an important factor in the face of the child's attachment needs.
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