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  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Free to Members
  • Webinar
  • 1.50 ISSTD Certificate Program
$35.00
ISSTD's 2015 webinar series featured a presentation from ISSTD Past President Martin Dorahy. 2015 Webinar ScheduleShame and Dissociation in Complex Trauma Disorder: Emerging Insights from the Empirical LiteraturePresenter: Martin Dorahy, PhD
  • Advanced
  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Free to Members
  • Intermediate
  • Webinar
  • 6.00 ISSTD Certificate Program
$99.00
ISSTD's 2014 webinar series featured presentations from a number of leaders in the field covering a variety of topics. 2014 Webinar ScheduleAs if Working with Teenagers Wasn’t Already Challenging Enough!Presenter: Bob Slater, BS, MSW, LCSW-RAchieving Mindfulness: Using Meditation and Yoga to Encourage Mindfulness in Clients Experiencing Complex Trauma and DissociationPresenter: Lisa Danylchuk, EdM, MFT, E-RYT & Christine Forner, BA, BSW, MSW  
  • Advanced
  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Free to Members
  • Intermediate
  • Webinar
  • 9.00 ISSTD Certificate Program
$99.00
ISSTD's 2009 webinar series featured presentations from a number of leaders in the field covering a variety of topics. Treating the Addicted Survivor of Trauma: A Somatic PerspectivePresenter: Janina Fisher, PhDAn Office Mental Status Exam for Dissociative Disorders – Part I and IIPresenter: Richard J. Loewenstein, MDPsychological Assessment of Dissociative Disorders – Part I The Process of Assessing Dissociative Patients and Their Profiles on Trauma MeasuresPresenter: Bethany Brand, PhD
  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Free to Members
  • Webinar
  • 3.00 ISSTD Certificate Program
$59.00
ISSTD's 2008-2009 webinar series featured two webinars from Pat Ogden and Kathy Steele.2008-2009 Webinar ScheduleMentalizing, Mindfulness, and the Body in Chronic TraumatizationPresenters: Pat Ogden, PhD & Kathy Steele, MN, CSFrom MindFlight to MindSight: Phobia of Inner Experience in Chronic TraumatizationPresenters: Pat Ogden, PhD & Kathy Steele, MN, CS 
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  • Intermediate
  • Webinar
  • 6.00 ISSTD Certificate Program
$99.00
ISSTD's 2008 webinar series featured four presentations from Richard Kluft. 2008 Webinar ScheduleThe Use of Tomkins’ Innate Affect Theory and Nathanson’s Compass of Shame in Facilitating the Understanding and Treatment of DID and DDNOSPresenter: Richard P. Kluft, MD, PhDThe Music Behind the Lyrics: Mastering the Dissociative Surface to Facilitate the Understanding and Treatment of DID and DDNOSPresenter: Richard P. Kluft, MD, PhD
  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Free to Members
  • Webinar
  • 1.50 ISSTD Certificate Program
$35.00
​​​​​​​One of the greatest challenges in working with complex dissociative disorders is to provide a step-wise, rational, and relatively steady treatment approach. Chaos, crises, avoidance strategies, resistances, intense transference and countertransference, conflicts among dissociative parts, and a disorganized attachment style are only a few issues that contribute to difficulties in maintaining a stable therapy. We will explore specific ways to conceptualize a case that offers the therapist a meta-view of how the client is organized, opening a path toward a rational treatment plan. We will explore how to assess specific prognostic factors and set collaborative therapeutic goals. We will discuss general guidelines about how treatment might differ when there is more than one part that functions in daily life; which parts to work with first; when it is better to work with all, some or only one part at a time; steps toward integration even before traumatic memories can be addressed; and effective ways to work with particular types of parts.
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  • Intermediate
  • Webinar
  • 1.50 ISSTD Certificate Program
$35.00
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.
  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Free to Members
  • Webinar
  • 1.50 ISSTD Certificate Program
$35.00
Childhood trauma has the potential to overwhelm the coping ability of children and can create developmental changes in brain structure and function. These changes to the developing mind allow for short term survival and sacrifice long term effective functioning. Adolescence is a time when these changes have the potential for both becoming more deeply embedded or largely rectified as the person moves toward adulthood.
  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Webinar
  • 1.50 ISSTD Certificate Program
$35.00
Children and adolescents with dissociation have a high rate of affect and behavior dysregulation. They are easily triggered and out of their window of tolerance. They can be erratic and unpredictable due to their extreme switching of self-states and high rate of comorbidity. They are often put on heavy dosages of multiple medications and are still uncontained. Placements become disrupted and the child experiences frequent moves and failed therapeutic interventions.
  • Beginning/Introductory
  • Free to Members
  • Webinar
  • 1.50 ISSTD Certificate Program
$35.00
​​​​​​​Psychotherapy outcome research shows that the relationship between therapist and client is highly predictive of therapy outcome. This is especially so for chronically traumatized persons, who have been relationally violated so often. In the therapy of complex trauma patients, there are six choice points that present typical relational challenges.

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