The Nature of Trauma and Dissociation

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With Module Speaker:
Alexandra RichmanRémy AquaronePhilip M. BrombergDr Doris BrothersProfessor Onno van der HarProfessor Brett KahrDr Jean KnoxDr Isha Mckenzie-MavingaDr Pat OgdenDr Allan SchoreDr Dan SiegelValerie Sinason PhDDr Donnel SternDr Felicity de Zulueta

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  • Our own analysis of the subject is offered in the form of summaries covering history, epidemiology, aetiology, neuropsychology, diagnosis and treatment approaches

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FEES

Self-funded (single user):
£190

Organisationally-funded (single user):
£200

Institutional account (4 or more):
£95
per user

Teaching licence: (10 or more):
£60 per student

Test and Certificate of Attendance:
£36

CPD

A certificate of attendance may be applied for up to 20.5 hours of CPD (pro rata on the basis of correct answers in multiple choice questionnaire. £36

MODULE
INCLUDES

  • 8.5 hours of videoed lectures
  • Supporting notes slides or references
  • 8 hours of audio recordings with captions, diagrams or images
  • A selection of brief papers summarising the theoretical history, aetiology, diagnosis and treatment of trauma and dissociation
  • Bibliography
  • Links to selected papers and books
  • Discussion forum
  • A certificate of attendance may be applied for (20.5 hours CPD) on the basis of passing a multiple choice questionnaire assessing your knowledge of the module: £36

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. To be able to distinguish and describe 3 different forms of post-traumatic stress and dissociative disorders
  2. To be able to explain the full range of concepts in the treatment of PTSD, complex trauma and dissociative disorders, including systemic, cognitive, psychoanalytic approaches
  3. To describe 4 key neurobiological features of PTSD, complex trauma and dissociative disorders, including brain and peripheral nervous system aspects
  4. To assess and design your own treatment strategies and able to describe how this informs your work with 2 of the following: sufferers of PTSD, complex trauma and dissociative disorders.
  5. To be able to describe structural dissociation and the work of 2 principle theorists (Remy Aquarone and Onno van der Hart) as outlined in this module
  6. To be able to describe complex trauma, and place this in the context of adverse childhood experiences or attachment disorders
  7. To be able to explain the distinction of critical trauma (manifesting in PTSD in an otherwise healthy adult) from developmental trauma
  8. To be able to explain 2 key principles in the theory of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

STUDY GUIDES

The following brief papers provide a summary of the main issues in the field of trauma and dissociation. They are linked to external sources, for example publishers and journal publishers, to facilitate further reading. Each paper contains a bibliography of selected relevant materials.
  • A history of trauma and dissociation from Charcot to 1990
  • The neurobiology of PTSD
  • Complex PTSD and the dissociative disorders
  • Controversies about post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Controversies about dissociation and dissociative disorders
  • Bibliography: Post Traumatic Stress Dissorder
  • Bibliography: Dissociation and Complex PTSD