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Dissociative Identity Disorder & Complex Trauma: Experiential & Humanistic Perspectives - Columbus
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When: Saturday, February 25, 2017
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Where: United States

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OVERVIEW: The proposed program is an interactive continuing educational course. Specifically, participants will engage with and learn from a DID client (“Aimee Rocks”) along with their therapist, Dwight Tolliver, Ph.D. This experiential program will be limited to 6-8 participants, due to the sensitive nature of the content and process of the programming. In that light, participants will play a significant role in the educational aspects of the program. However, the presenters will cover the following areas during the program: * Diagnosis of Dissociative Identity Disorder (“DID”) * Relevant Research on DID and Complex Trauma, especially neuroscientific research * Interventions used with DID. The interventions will be discussed conceptually and performed experientially (spontaneous and planned interventions) * Psychological theories informing work with DID and Complex Trauma will be discussed and highlighted, including rationale for the presenter’s Humanistic approach with his clients (and Aimee Rocks’ views as well).

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Dwight Tolliver, Ph.D

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Affirmations Psychological Services

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620 E. Broad St., Suite 301

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