Treating Complex Trauma with EMDR Therapy and Structural Dissociation Theory: Effectively Treating Parts
Presented by Kathleen Martin, LCSW
This 3-part Webinar series will progressively teach the intricacies of integrating Structural Dissociation Theory into the treatment of people with complex trauma. Specific strategies and practical skills will be taught to safely and effectively treat complex trauma and trauma-related developmental disorders. Frasers Dissociative Table Technique will be taught and demonstrated along with ways to integrate this powerful tool throughout the entire treatment. The art of time orientation will be demonstrated, giving clinicians many valuable tools and skills to eliminate the reliving that causes so much destabilization. Dissociative Cognitive errors will be addressed as well as how to work with self-persecutory protector parts. Non-personification and how to treat it will be covered. The expanded Readiness Checklist for reprocessing traumatic material in cases of complex trauma will be taught as well as ways to safely titrate reprocessing. Case transcripts and video segments will be used throughout the series to demonstrate skillful ways to treat parts.
About the Presenter: Kathleen Martin, LCSW, EMDRIA Consultant and Trainer is an international trainer on EMDR and complex trauma. In her private practice in Rochester, New York, USA, she uses EMDR therapy extensively in her specialty of PTSD, trauma and dissociation. She has published How to Use Frasers Dissociative Table Technique to Access and Work with Emotional Parts of the Personality (2012. Journal of EMDR Practice and Research, 6, 4, 179-186) and Structural Dissociation in the Treatment of Trauma and Eating Disorders. (2018. In A. Seubert & P. Verdi, (Eds.), Trauma-Informed Approaches to Eating Disorders (pp. 221-233). New York: Springer Publishing). She created a strategy called Oblique Time Orientation and has an in-press article on this. She has integrated Structural Dissociation theory into her clinical practice and teaches master classes to help clinicians do the same.
The Dates and Times are:
January 6, 2023 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. (EST)
January 7, 2023 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. (EST)
January 8, 2023 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. (EST)
Each webinar will be recorded and anyone registered will be able to view this recording for one month after the live event.
Each Webinar will last 4 hours. Although it is preferable to attend all 3 webinars as they will build on each other, it is possible to attend as many or few as fit into your learning needs. The language and concepts of Structural Dissociation Theory will be used throughout the entire series. Therefore, it is important that you attend the first webinar if you are not well trained in Structural Dissociation Theory and/or you want to learn the theory and how to apply it on a deeper level.
FOLLOWING IS A DESCRIPTION OF EACH MODULE:
Module 1: Integrating Structural Dissociation Theory into the Treatment of People with Complex Trauma
Module 1 will teach Structural Dissociation Theory and how to integrate it into the treatment of complex trauma. Case examples will be used to highlight the theoretical concepts and how to work with the emotional parts while keeping them stable throughout all phases of the therapy.
Module 2: Frasers Dissociative Table Technique: When and How to Use it to Identify and Heal Emotional Parts of the Personality
Module 2 with teach the 8 steps of Frasers Dissociative Table Technique. Case examples and video clips will be used to demonstrate the power of this technique to identify and work with emotional parts of the personality throughout treatment.
Please note: Structural Dissociation theory and language will be used throughout this module. It is highly recommended that participants who are not well grounded in this theory attend Module 1 prior to taking this Module to facilitate the learning of this important skill.
Module 3: Treating Dissociative Phobias and the Art of Time Orientation
Module 3 will teach interventions that treat the dissociative phobias among the dissociative parts of the personality. Dissociative cognitive errors will be explored as well as how to work with self-persecutory protector parts and non-personification. The art and intricacies of time orientation, going far beyond the basic question of what year is this? will be demonstrated as well as a new technique called Oblique Time Orientation. Case transcripts and video clips will be used throughout to demonstrate these must-have skills for all clinicians working with complex trauma.
Please note: Structural Dissociation theory and language will be used throughout this module. It is highly recommended that participants who are not well grounded in this theory attend Module 1 prior to taking this Module.
4 EMDRIA continuing education credits will be awarded for each webinar, totaling 12 for the entire series.
Who Can Attend
All mental health clinicians are welcome to attend. Training in EMDR therapy is not necessary to attend. The theory and skills taught in these lectures are applicable to all psychotherapies. Because Kathleen Martin is an EMDR Approved Consultant and trainer in EMDR therapy, there will be discussion of how to integrate the information into the EMDR Therapy Standard Protocol.
Cost and Registration
The early bird cost is $195 per webinar or $395 for the 3-part series.
Please register by December 1, 2022 to allow the webinar staff enough time to arrange all technology needs.
After December 1, 2022 the cost increases to $250 per webinar or $465 for the 3-part series.
A full refund will be given up to 14 days prior to the start of the first module. After that no refund will be given unless your spot can be filled by someone on the waiting list. If your spot can be filled, a full refund minus a $75 processing fee will be given.