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  • Advanced
  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Webinar
$59.00
This pair of webinars features expert presentations from Alison Miller, PhD and Michael Salter, PhD on the topic of organized and extreme abuse. Organized and Extreme Abuse Half Day Webinar SeriesAssigned Functions or "Jobs" of Internal Parts in Personality Systems Created by Organized Abuser GroupsPresenter: Alison Miller, PhDThe Intersections of Organised and Extreme Abuse with Technology: Child Sexual Abuse Material and Online/Offline Sexual ExploitationPresenter: Michael Salter, PhD
  • Advanced
  • Webinar
  • 1.50 APA
  • 1.50 ASWB ACE
  • 1.50 ISSTD Certificate Program
$55.00
Abstract
  • Advanced
  • Webinar
  • 1.50 APA
  • 1.50 ASWB ACE
  • 1.50 ISSTD Certificate Program
$55.00
Abstract Working with severely traumatized people, people on the edge of life and death, demands an intense amount of focus, energy, and skill. The process is challenging for both the client and the therapist, requiring both to deal with serious issues for extended periods of time.
  • Advanced
  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Intermediate
  • Webinar
  • 6.00 APA
  • 6.00 ASWB ACE
  • 6.00 ISSTD Certificate Program
$129.00
Abstract
  • Advanced
  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Conference
  • Intermediate
  • Webinar
  • 14.50 APA
  • 14.50 ASWB ACE
  • 17.50 ISSTD Certificate Program
$179.00
In a complex world with many competing interests, social structures are often culpable in creating climates where the strong subvert the weak. In these sociates, discrimination and social defeat are endemic. As a result, traumatic experiences are transferred across generations and embedded in the fabric of societies. Traumatic dissociation often goes undetected in these populations leading to rampant misdiagnosis and mistreatment. This course is designed to improve the learner's ability to accurately diagnose and create treatment plans for members of disadvantaged groups.
  • Advanced
  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Conference
  • Intermediate
  • Webinar
$179.00
Learn from a variety of seasoned experts and leading-edge researchers about the neuroscience and theory that supports the diagnosis, conceptualization and treatment of persons with dissociative disorders. Then, fill your toolbox with nuggets of wisdom to help navigate the most challenging aspects of the psychotherapy journey.
  • Advanced
  • Webinar
  • 1.50 APA
  • 1.50 ASWB ACE
  • 1.50 ISSTD Certificate Program
$55.00
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. They later named it as the Disorganised attachment status.Their research findings has given us a new lens into the way we perceive human behaviour that is evident in many of our most traumatised clients who are in close proximity to their attachment figures ("scaregivers", Badouk Epstein, 2015). Clients with complex trauma and DID have all suffered chronic childhood injuries to critical areas in their development.
  • Advanced
  • Webinar
  • 1.50 APA
  • 1.50 ASWB ACE
  • 1.50 ISSTD Certificate Program
$35.00
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. They later named it as the Disorganised attachment status.Their research findings has given us a new lens into the way we perceive human behaviour that is evident in many of our most traumatised clients who are in close proximity to their attachment figures ("scaregivers", Badouk Epstein, 2015). Clients with complex trauma and DID have all suffered chronic childhood injuries to critical areas in their development.
  • Advanced
  • Webinar
  • 1.50 APA
  • 1.50 ASWB ACE
  • 1.50 ISSTD Certificate Program
$35.00
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. They later named it as the Disorganised attachment status.Their research findings has given us a new lens into the way we perceive human behaviour that is evident in many of our most traumatised clients who are in close proximity to their attachment figures ("scaregivers", Badouk Epstein, 2015). Clients with complex trauma and DID have all suffered chronic childhood injuries to critical areas in their development.

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