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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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Attachment theory and research is an area of ongoing development, with profound implications for the field of mental health. Some of its most recent developments have been in the clinical application of its concepts to psychotherapeutic work.
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Almost 35 years ago the first functional brain imaging study in an individual with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) was performed using positron emission tomography (PET). This study of the resting brain found hyperperfusion in the right temporal lobe (Mathew et al., 1985) a region that was also identified as a possible neurostructural biomarker for DID in the latest brain imaging study of the presenter (Reinders et al. 2019).
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For decades, the diagnosis of borderline personality has been used to disparage abuse survivors as “difficult to treat,” often minimizing their experience of trauma, as noted in Herman’s classic Trauma and Recovery. In contrast, from 1989 to the present, studies have repeatedly shown the high co-occurrence of BPD and severe dissociative symptoms.
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This presentation has been updated to include recent literature relevant to assessment of structural dissociation, the newly updated MID Analysis v5.0, and the Interpretive Manual, 3rd Edition. Since the development of EMDR therapy in the early 1990s, a large body of research has shown that it is efficacious for PTSD.
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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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The disempowering experience of relational trauma is synonymous with the experience of shame.
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As therapists continue to see a need for increased trauma-informed services and approaches to mental health, becoming attuned to the differences between simple trauma, complex trauma, and dissociat
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