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Mastering the Treatment of Complex Trauma: Transforming Theory into Practice
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Presented by Kathleen Martin, LCSW | Approved for 13 EMDRIA Credits

9/15/2017 to 9/16/2017
When: 9/15/2017
Where: Center for Tomorrow
University of Buffalo North Campus
Maple & Flint Road
Amherst, New York  14226
United States
Presenter: Kathleen Martin, LCSW
Contact: Kathleen Martin
585-473-2119

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Mastering the Treatment of Complex Trauma: Transforming Theory into Practice

Approved for 13 EMDRIA Credits

This 2-day workshop will teach Structural Dissociation Theory and how it integrates into specific strategies and practical skills to safely and effectively treat complex trauma and developmental disorders. Fraser's 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. Treating dissociative phobias and "problem parts" such as perpetrators, teenagers, critical and young parts will be demonstrated to prepare them for trauma reprocessing. Then specifics on how to titrate the reprocessing to keep the client inside the window of tolerance will complete this master class.

For details or to register, please visit www.kmccs.com

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