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Diagnosis and Treatment of Dissociative Disorders, Standard Course, Part I - ONLINE

Jan 13, 2014 08:00am -
Aug 15, 2014 05:00pm

Event Description

Intended Participants: Participants must receive approval of the faculty member to attend.  Participants must be licensed mental health professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors) who are personally treating a person with Dissociative Identity Disorder or Dissociative Disorder NOS. Other health professionals, e.g., medical physicians and nurse practitioners, are encouraged to inquire about their interests with Lynette Danychuk to determine if their background might fit the seminar content. While we are not interested in a homogenized group, and like diversity, we also must attend to the need to provide an educational experience where people's basic backgrounds will allow for individual growth in the context of growth for the group as a whole.

Course Format: Participants will not meet at specific times to participate in discussions but will have a week to login to the course (you’ll gain access to the course and readings once you register) to reply/create discussions.  Please see the course schedule below for more information.

If you have further questions about how an online course works please contact Mirel Goldstein the online administration: mirelgoldstein@gmail.com

2014 Standard Online Course Schedule

Section 1: Beginning the Treatment: Putting the Essentials in Place
Section 1 Readings: Jan. 14- Jan. 20

Section 1 Discussion: Jan. 21- Jan. 30

Section 2: Diagnostic Basics
Section 2 Readings: Jan. 31- Feb. 5

Section 2 Discussion: Feb. 6- Feb. 14

Section 3: Initial Steps: Pacing and Phase-Oriented Treatment
Section 3 Readings: Feb. 15-Feb. 20

Section 3 Discussion: Feb. 21- Mar. 1

Section 4: Boundaries
Section 4 Reading: Mar. 2- Mar. 7

Section 4 Discussion: Mar. 8- Mar. 17

Section 5: Transference and Countertransference
Section 5 Reading: Mar. 18- Mar. 23

Spring Break: Mar. 24- Mar. 31

Section 5 Discussion: April 1- April 10

Section 6: Organization of the Personality

Section 6 Reading: April 11- April 16

Section 6 Discussion: April 17- April 26

Section 7: Treatment Techniques and Theoretical Approaches
Section 7 Reading: April 27- May 3

Section 7 Discussion: May 4- May 13

Section 8: Clinical Approaches to Working with Persecutory Alters
Section 8 Reading: May 14- May 19

Section 8 Discussion: May 20- May 28

Evaluations and Goodbyes - ALL:  May 29- June 3 

Event Type:Standard Training
Category:ISSTD Professional Training
Early registration ends on Oct 16, 2013.
Regular registration starts on Oct 17, 2013 and ends on Jan 31, 2014.
Late registration starts on Feb 01, 2014.
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