Virtual Workshop:
Practical Strategies for Healing Dissociation in Children and Adolescents

  Practical Strategies for Healing Dissociation in Children and Adolescents

Presenters: Debra Wesselmann, MS, LIMHP, Cathy Schweitzer, MS, LIMHP
and Stefanie Armstrong, MS, LIMHP

This 7-hour virtual workshop is recommended for EMDR trained clinicians that have taken our EMDR IATP-C component of our Integrative Attachment Trauma Protocol for Children OR
read our book Integrative Team Treatment for Attachment in Children

7 Licensure Credits pending approval by Ce-classes.com

7 EMDRIA Credits pending approval

The presentation provides in-depth treatment methods for more severe dissociative symptoms observed in children and adolescents. Scripts provide appropriate language for creating an environment that supports neurological integration. Participants will be able to create internal safety, time orientation, and healthy internal boundaries to replace dissociative barriers. Participants will be able to implement strategies to eliminate regression and trouble-shoot parent behaviors that inadvertently reinforce regression and habitual dissociation. Participants will be able to help children and teens reduce fear of feelings and body sensations and implement strategies for safe EMDR reprocessing with dissociative children/teens.

 

 

Date:

November 1-2, 2019 10:00 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. CDT

Location:

Virtual Workshop through Zoom (registrants will need internet access and a personal computer or mobile device)

Agenda:

DAY ONE

45 minutes: The varied symptoms and their etiology/ Why internal boundaries lead to brain integration

45 minutes: Addressing beliefs that support dissociation/ Homework for parents/ Creating a healthy internal team

45 minutes: Enhancing internal attachments and safe places for parts/ Time orientation for younger parts of self

30 minutes: Addressing habitual dissociation

15 minutes: Time orientation through past and present drawings

30 minutes: Q and A

DAY TWO

30 minutes: Trouble-shooting regression with parents and children or teens

30 minutes: Critical points of intervention with Jane/ Experiencing feelings from most grown-up self

60 minutes: Working with parts of self with other roles and behaviors/ Interventions with Mary

30 Trauma work with highly dissociative children

30: Incorporating the body/Teaching points for parents and children

30 minutes: Q and A

Cost:

$200/ $190 (Non-profit)
LIVE CEs for licensure +  EMDRIA credits
$180/$170 (Non-profit) 
On-Demand CEs for licensure + EMDRIA credits
$160/$150 (Non-profit)
On-Demand EMDRIA credits ONLY
Register by October 1st to receive SUPER EARLY BIRD!!

If you have disabilities or concerns please contact us
Please note: If you are non-profit please send a copy of your letterhead to Angi DeCapp @ adecapp.atci@gmail.com

Objectives

Participants will be able to…

  • Identify symptoms of more severe dissociation.
  • Utilize scripts for dissociation psychoeducation with parents and children.
  • Describe how internal boundaries between front self and younger (and other) parts leads to brain integration.
  • Implement playful BLS methods to reinforce a “positive shift.”
  • Address beliefs that may be increasing dissociation and reinforce beliefs that decrease dissociation.
  • Access and strengthen most mature self in the office, incorporating BLS.
  • Provided enhanced safe places and a nurturing internal connection for younger parts of self, incorporating BLS.
  • Apply dialogue and time orientation for younger parts of self, enhanced with BLS.
  • Conceptualize dissociation with the “outdated apps” metaphor.
  • Assist strategies to interrupt habitual dissociation in children/teens.
  • Apply scripts for helping children/teens and their parents with problems related to regression.
  • Apply scripts for assisting children/teens with dialoguing within a conference room.
  • Assist children/teens with dialoguing with the protector, the critic, or parts with other jobs.
  • Apply safe strategies for moving into EMDR trauma work with dissociative children.
Complete Agenda

DAY ONE

45 minutes: The varied symptoms and their etiology/ Why internal boundaries lead to brain integration

45 minutes: Addressing beliefs that support dissociation/ Homework for parents/ Creating a healthy internal team

45 minutes: Enhancing internal attachments and safe places for parts/ Time orientation for younger parts of self

30 minutes: Addressing habitual dissociation

15 minutes: Time orientation through past and present drawings

30 minutes: Q and A

DAY TWO

30 minutes: Trouble-shooting regression with parents and children or teens

30 minutes: Critical points of intervention with Jane/ Experiencing feelings from most grown-up self

60 minutes: Working with parts of self with other roles and behaviors/ Interventions with Mary

30 Trauma work with highly dissociative children

30: Incorporating the body/Teaching points for parents and children

30 minutes: Q and A

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This course if NOT available for NBCC credit
EMDRIA: Approval #

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Refund Policy: 100% refundable 30 days prior. 50% refundable 15 days prior.

This webinar will not be available as a recording and MUST BE VIEWED LIVE FOR LICENSURE AND EMDRIA CREDITS!

Location

The Attachment Trauma Center Institute
638 North 109th Plaza
Omaha, NE 68154