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Day Two of this conference includes three three hour presentations and three 90 minute presentations.
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  • ASWB ACE
  • ISSTD Certificate Program
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Abstract
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  • Intermediate
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  • ISSTD Certificate Program
  • Recorded Audio/Video Conference
  • Beginning/Introductory
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  • APA
  • ASWB ACE
  • ISSTD Certificate Program
  • Recorded Audio/Video Conference
  • Conference
  • Intermediate
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  • ASWB ACE
  • ISSTD Certificate Program
  • Recorded Audio/Video Conference
  • Conference
  • Intermediate
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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As most people who work in the addiction field already know, chronic addiction and relapse is more than just a behavioral issue.  Understanding the effects of unresolved pain/trauma and dissociation is critical in breaking these cycles of self-destructive patterns seen in substance use disorder, process addictions, addiction substitution and related mental health symptoms.
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  • Beginning/Introductory
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For many who first enter the field of dissociation and trauma, there is often not a great deal of information that describes the theoretical foundations and history of the dissociative field. This workshop is intended for students, emerging professionals and experienced practitioners who are interested in learning about the fundamentals of dissociation as a distinct response to trauma.
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  • Beginning/Introductory
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Disordered eating behaviors often do not generally occur outside of relationship to body dissatisfaction, trauma, and attachment disrupt. Disordered eating is considered to be a form of dissociation that, like traditional forms of dissociation, ranges from mild to severe in complexity and acuity.
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  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Conference
Since the development of EMDR in the early 1990s, a large body of research has shown that it is efficacious for PTSD. Clinicians and researchers have found positive treatment effects beyond PTSD for more complicated conditions. Unfortunately, clinicians soon discovered that EMDR seemed to move complex trauma patients into dysregulated states rather than towards the expected, adaptive resolution of targeted traumatic memories.
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