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Working Practically with Dissociation: Therapeutic Tools for Trauma Professionals

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Dissociation can present us with a perplexing and overwhelming array of manifestations – from being a coping and defence mechanism to inducing altered states of consciousness. Our challenges, as Trauma Professionals are compounded by the fact that while dissociation is our clinical ally in some forms, in other instances it impedes all attempts at therapeutic progress. 

 
This training workshop, which would be especially relevant for counsellors, psychotherapists and psychologists, across modalities – provides an opportunity for professionals working with single-instance trauma, PTSD and complex trauma to add practical skills to their therapeutic repertoire. The aim is to enable practitioners to explore more creative ways of working with dissociation and help them become more embodied, so they can facilitate post-traumatic growth for their clients. Dr Jamie Marich draws on the latest findings from neuroscience and evidence-based techniques to:
 
  • Debunk the myths surrounding dissociation and provide us with a practical and sensitive orientation to how the dissociative mind works
  • Especially draw attention to strategies suggested by expressive arts and mindfulness-focused practices and evaluate their potential for therapeutic work
  • Provide us with a primer on working with grounding skills in stabilisation and preparation phases of trauma work
  • Help us expand our knowledge of conceptualising and healing dissociation within a trauma-focussed clinical practice
  • Provide an overview on the theory of structural dissociation and help with the exploration of our own dissociative profile and system of parts
She shares strategies for translating this knowledge to practice settings and making the best clinical decisions possible, particularly in treatment planning, case conceptualization and working with extreme emotional distress. 
Location London
Category Talking Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 25 Mar 2020
Start time 10:00am
Venue Address Broadway House, Tothill Street, SW1H 9NQ
Cost
Amount £249
About
Organiser Nscience
Speaker Dr Jamie Marich
CPD hours 10
Website https://www.nscience.co.uk/25-and-26-march-2020.html
Contact No. 020 7096 1722
Email cpd@nscience.co.uk
Keywords Counselling, Psychotherapy, Therapy, Trauma
Regions Greater London

 

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