Stabilization Techniques: Building on Self-Reflection & Decreasing Dissociation in Youth
Total CE Credit Hours: 1.5
Course Info URL: http://www.ce-credit.com/courses/102271
About the Course:
Children and adolescents with dissociation have a high rate of affect and behavior dysregulation. They are easily triggered and out of their window of tolerance. They can be erratic and unpredictable due to their extreme switching of self-states and high rate of comorbidity. They are often put on heavy dosages of multiple medications and are still uncontained. Placements become disrupted and the child experiences frequent moves and failed therapeutic interventions.
This webinar will focus on building internal and external awareness across all parts of the child, resolving conflicts among parts of the self, and learning effective strategies for safe expression of affect among self-states, expanding their window of tolerance, and developing metacognitive awareness. Clinical examples and artwork will depict the therapeutic process.
Describe techniques for building internal and external awareness with dissociative youth
Explain techniques to effectively negotiate for safe discharge of affect with dissociative children
Describe strategies to develop metacognitive awareness with dissociative youth
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