EMDR and Beyond Presents: An Introduction To Dissociation and Using EMDR With Parts of Self with Lindsey Olsen
June 7, 2019
In person location: Waterloo, IA
Generally, dissociation can develop when an event or experience is too overpowering at the time of the event for the experience to be fully integrated (Van der Hart et al., 2006).
Through lecture, video examples, and case examples, clinicians will gain a basic understanding of the theory of structural dissociation. Participants will increase their awareness of how and why parts of self are created. Participants will learn how to integrate Structural Dissociation interventions into their EMDR practice using the AIP model. Clinicians will expand their understanding of assessment in Phase 2 using the Dissociative Experiences Scale (DES). Lastly, clinicians will learn different ways to utilize titration interventions, and resourcing techniques when the client may become overwhelmed.
Lindsey Olsen, LMFT received her Bachelor’s degree in Child, Adult and Family Services, and received her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Iowa State University. Lindsey has an interest in complex trauma and dissociative disorders. She has taken many specialty trainings on dissociation and spent much time gaining valuable consultation to work with her clients. Lindsey has a private practice in West Des Moines where her primary focus is adolescents and adults. She is an EMDRIA Certified Therapist and EMDRIA Approved consultant. Lindsey is a facilitator for Roy Kiessling with EMDR Consulting.
9:00-9:15 Welcome, Introduction, and Agenda
9:15-9:40 Definitions of Dissociation and DSM 5 Criteria
9:40-10:00 Ego States
10:00-10:30 Theory of Structural Dissociation and Action Systems
10:30-11:00 Theory of Structural Dissociation and Action Systems cont.
11:00-12:00 ANP, EP, Phobias with Videos
1:00-1:15 ANP, EP, and Phobias with Videos
1:15-1:45 AIP Model and Case Conceptualization
1:45-2:30 Phase 2 and DES
3:15- 4:00 Fraser’s Table
4:00-4:30 Questions and Wrap Up
Participants will be able to:
- Identify the 2 action systems in structural dissociation.
- Understand the theory of Structural Dissociation.
- Define ANP and EP.
- Apply 2 techniques to titrate the client.
- Describe the components of Fraser’s Table.
- Describe 2 different ways to adapt Phase 2 for Parts work.
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This course is Interactive .