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The ACE Study I - Childhood Trauma and Adult Health
Part of the Series: The ACE Study
"I think of my training as a medical student; I learned nothing of this. I think every medical student should be taught about adverse childhood experiences, abuse, violence, and neurodevelopment, and how the consequences will lay hidden right in front…
Trauma and Memory I - The Dissociative Defense
Part of the Series: Trauma and Memory
Topics Comparing Normal and Traumatic Memory The Development of Amnesias Behavior and Sensorimotor Memory The Biology of Memory Dissociation Memory and Child Development
Severe Early Trauma I: The Long-Term Effects
Part of the Series: Severe Early Trauma
Topics The Effects of Trauma Range of Symptoms Affect Regulation Dissociation Interpersonal Relationships View of Self Somatization Meaning of Life Defining Complex PTSD
Treating the Dissociative Client I - Stabilization
Part of the Series: Treating the Dissociative Client
Topics Treatment Frame and Diagnostic Issues Trust and Boundary Issues Countertransference Pacing and Grounding Techniques Safety and Emotions Relationships Cognitive Distortion and Empathic Confrontation Hypnosis and Expressive Therapies Medications Psychoeducation and Transition to Trauma Work
Treating Complex PTSD II - Stabilization Techniques; Therapeutic Modalities
Part of the Series: Treating Complex PTSD
Topics Importance of Stabilization Work Stabilization Techniques Adjunctive Therapies in PTSD Treatment EMDR as Resource Development Psychodrama Group Therapy Body-Oriented Group Work
Treating Complex PTSD I: Clinical Issues
Part of the Series: Treating Complex PTSD
Topics Areas of Competence in PTSD Treatment Cycle of Victimization Intimate Relationships Role of the Therapist in PTSD Treatment Body Disregulation Personal Skills Training Putting Feelings Into Words
Body-Oriented Trauma Therapy I: Clinical Perspectives
Part of the Series: Body-Oriented Trauma Therapy
"This work is really about evoking the client's own intelligence, their own wisdom. It's not an authoritative model where I know what's best for the client. All I'm doing is tracking their body, attuning with them and stimulating them to…
Trauma & Dissociation in Children I: Behavioral Impacts
Part of the Series: Trauma & Dissociation in Children
"[Traumatized children] have problems with their body where they can't understand signals from their body and have a lot of somatic symptoms. They can't integrate their memories. They have difficulty, of course, relating with other people. So there's a whole…
Understanding the Traumatized Child
Part of the Series: The Traumatized Child
"When he got in trouble he would start stuffing stuff into a paper bag, saying he needed to leave. And it really did take a good year before he accepted the fact that we weren't going to give him away…
Vicarious Traumatization I: The Cost of Empathy
Part of the Series: Vicarious Traumatization
Topics Causes and Definition of Vicarious Traumatization Scope of the Problem Contributing Factors-Work Context, Social/Cultural, Client Behaviors Effect on World View and Self-Capacities Effect on Sense of Self Effect on Personal Relationships Effect on Ego Resources Behavioral Manifestations of VT…
Understanding Children with Disrupted Attachment
Part of the Series: Children with Disrupted attachment
This introductory video explains the internal effects of attachment disorder, and the behaviors that children lacking a "secure base" may display. Intended for parents, residential care workers, and therapists. Topics Secure Attachment Disrupted Attachment Neglect Violence and Abuse Internal Effects…
Trauma and Memory II - The Intrusive Past
Part of the Series: Trauma and Memory
Topics Body Memories Flashbacks Trauma Triggers Victim Guilt Memory Impairment and Remembering Therapy and Safety
Complex PTSD in Children I: Etiology, Assessment, Advocacy
Part of the Series: Complex PTSD in Children
Topics Incidence and Effects of Trauma Importance of Early Intervention Assessment Trauma reenactment Diagnosis Assessing the Parents Evaluating the Children Roles of the Therapist
Treating the Dissociative Client II: Trauma Work
Part of the Series: Treating the Dissociative Client
Topics Abreactions and Trauma Reenactments Abuse, Memory, and Grief Working With DID Clients Managing the Therapy Final Phase of Therapy
Rage Reduction
Part of the Series: Severe Early Trauma
"We therapists are far more identified with our patients' pain and suffering and loss than we are with the other side of the split, that is, rage, revenge, perpetration...Those feelings, like any other difficult affect, need to be processed through…
Severe Early Trauma II: Therapy for Adult Survivors
Part of the Series: Severe Early Trauma
Topics What Clients Bring to Therapy Flashbacks Affect Regulation Dissociation Social Interaction Self-Blame Somatic Symptoms Obstacles to Therapy
Body-Oriented Therapy Sessions I: Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
Part of the Series: Body-Oriented Therapy Sessions
In this session, Janina Fisher works with a woman on her reactions to being told "no." They explore feelings of immobilization, setting limits, the role of mindfulness, and integrating shifts back into the real world. Contents Statement Of The Conflict…
Body-Oriented Trauma Therapy II: Treatment Modalities
Part of the Series: Body-Oriented Trauma Therapy
"Therapists, by and large, are trained to work with the verbal communication. So we kind of have to untrain ourselves a little bit from just working with the words, to being interested in the gestures, in the changes in posture,…
Uncertain Borders I: Boundary Issues in Psychotherapy
"A boundary violation is something in which the patient feels exploited, something that is not discussible between the therapist and patient, and which often is a repetitive phenomenon within the therapy."- Glen Gabbard Historically, boundary violations for psychotherapists were understood…
Body-Oriented Therapy Sessions II: Somatic Experiencing Therapy
Part of the Series: Body-Oriented Therapy Sessions
"The fact that she was asleep right at the moment when it occurred, so the state of consciousness of the sleep kind of got tangled into all of these defensive, protective responses, that's why you have to go in there…