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TAY is a term that refers to Transitional Aged Youth, generally defined as the range between 18 and 24 years old. In giving an overview of working with TAY who struggle with symptoms of complex trauma and dissociation, the presentation will start with some background on why TAY should be considered as a distinct developmental group with unique needs and concerns.
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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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Disorganized attachment processes have been theorized to contribute to a range of trauma-related psychopathologies in adulthood. Dr. Lyons-Ruth will focus on the current state of knowledge regarding parent-child interaction patterns associated with trajectories toward dissociation, borderline psychopathology, and suicidality, and present new interactional and neurobiological findings from recent longitudinal work.
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Seemingly unending numbers of recent revelations of boyhood sexual abuse have included allegations related to the Catholic Church, workplaces, universities, the military, Congressional pageboys, Orthodox Jewish yeshivas, private and public schools, and the Boy Scouts of America, among many others. Concurrently, men in the sports, entertainment, political, and journalism worlds have publicly disclosed sexual victimization histories.
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The 36th ISSTD Annual International Conference theme was The World Congress on Complex Trauma: Research | Intervention | Innovation.
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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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