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This 90-minute webinar will explains how to recognize and decode the dissociative surface, and how to make interventions based on a process that may never be conveyed in a completely verbal form. Several other approaches to understanding the process of the dissociative patient are also explored.
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  • Webinar Recording
  • Free to Members
  • Intermediate
  • Webinar
This 90-minute presentation reviews Innate Affect Theory, explains the relationships among various affects and dissociation, and suggests therapeutic strategies to overcome their deleterious impact upon the dissociative patient’s state of mind and interpersonal behavior.
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  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Free to Members
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ISSTD's 2018 webinar series featured presentations from a number of leaders in the field covering a variety of topics. 
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Complex behaviour in children are escalating worldwide. Many hours are presently being invested by therapists and mental health professionals to combat these very complex behaviours, which at times can leave experienced mental health professionals despondent. Some of these behaviours in children who suffered complex trauma, might be due to perpetrator introjects, a less familiar dissociative state.
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  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Free to Members
  • Intermediate
  • Webinar
ISSTD's 2014 webinar series featured presentations from a number of leaders in the field covering a variety of topics. 
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​​​​​​​Substantial numbers of patients with Dissociative Identity Disorder at the time of presentation as adults report incestuous abuse continuing into the adult years and for many, the abuse is current and ongoing. Data relating to a series of 10 such incestuously abused women is presented. Such patients usually have been sexually abused from a very early age (typically from under age 3), with the manipulation of their sexual response a key component in conditioning an enduring sexualized attachment, at the same time shame and fear are used as key components in maintaining compliance and silence.
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  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Free to Members
  • Intermediate
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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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  • Webinar Recording
  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Free to Members
  • Intermediate
  • Webinar
​​​​​​​In the wake of traumatic experience, survivors tend to be overwhelmed by intense emotions and body sensations, loss of faith in the universe, and unrelenting punitive introspection. Addictive craving and behavior seem to offer an ‘out,’ the promise of blessed relief from both the emotional and somatic overwhelm. The result is the frequent co-occurrence of addictive disorders that ultimately poses an equal or even greater threat to the patient as do the trauma symptoms.
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In honor and recognition of Child and Adolescent month, the ISSTD Center for Advanced Studies in Trauma and Dissociation is offering a child and adolescent specific content package to support your
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This three hour workshop will try to touch on the salient features underlying stage based, trauma informed psychodynamic, relational, and social constructionist couples’ therapy.  We hope to explain the role of secrets, double binds and splitting in traumatic attachments and how to assess and pace the individuals’ and the couple’s window of tolerance in order to learn to own their own feelings and mistakes, stop projecting, manage individual emotions, grieve losses and work toward collaborative co-regulation and reciprocity.  Calming down, creating an alliance with a therapist who is both neutral, and responsive to both parties, so that the therapist and couple can sort through the painful histories that each person brings into the relationship and so that they can begin to live more fully in the present.  
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