Trauma and Dissociation: A Clinical Approach
Continuing Education Hours: 8
This course is a training that discusses the established and emerging research on the phenomenon of dissociation as well as clinical approaches for clinicians treating dissociation. The curriculum will include a review of dissociation research, an overview and application of structural dissociation, the prevalence of dissociation in trauma clients, and clinical approaches. The initial sessions will outline how dissociation develops and how to identify it in clients. The subsequent sessions will detail various dissociation presentations and discuss dissociative identity disorder, prevalence, and treatment approaches. The training will also focus on strategies for working with clients with dissociation at various levels.
- Participants will be able to identify factors to improve treatment outcomes for dissociative clients.
- Participants will gain a clearer understanding of dissociative disorders.
- Participants will learn how to identify dissociation and prepare clients for treatment.
- Participants will learn about different assessment measures to identify dissociation.
- Participants will learn approaches to work with dissociative disorders and clients with dissociation.
- Participants will be able to identify several factors that contribute to dissociation.
Leah Miller, MC, LAC
Leah Miller is a skilled, multi-disciplinary therapist with a devotion to helping clients exceed their goals and thrive. Her approach draws on her extensive experience and training, and a true dedication to helping people transform. She received her Master’s Degree in Counseling from Phoenix Seminary located in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Leah also holds a health coaching certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and has trained with Dr. Leslie Korn, PhD in Nutritional and Integrative Medicine for Mental Health Practitioners. Leah is currently enrolled in a yearlong advanced training in Mental Health Nutrition. Leah is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and is also in her intermediate year of Somatic Experiencing Practitioners training, a three-year certification in somatic work—a body-oriented approach to healing trauma and other stress disorders.
Leah’s work is underwritten by her holistic approach to meeting vital mental health and wellness objectives. She utilizes her dynamic background to help clients approach their goals through a mind-body-spirit paradigm, allowing them to transcend past limitations and create a foundation for lasting wellness. Leah weaves her knowledge of psychology, health, nutrition, and lifestyle choices with trauma resolution modalities such as somatic experiencing and EMDR to help people re-connect with their best selves and flourish.
- Module 1 - Introduction (58:36)
- Module 2 - Dissociative Disorders (59:00)
- Module 3 - The Self-States (58:25)
- Module 4 - Identifying and Treating Complex Trauma-Related Dissociation (59:21)
- Module 5 - Working With Dissociation (59:55)
- Module 6 - Clinical Approach (59:02)
- Module 7 - Conflict Resolution (58:13)
- Module 8 - Approaches, Assessments, and Diagnosis (63:59)
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