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Trauma Informed Attachment-Based Training for Psychotherapists

Becoming Known: A Relational Model for Ego State / Parts Therapy
Formerly “Part”/Ego State Work in EMDR Practice
Date: February 28 to March 1, 2019
Time: 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Place: Bucks Co Community College – Newtown Campus
Cost: $360 for private practitioners and $340 for nonprofit employees.  ($20 off if registered by 1/1/19)
For more information and to register, visit clearpathtrainingcenter.com
To view an EMDRIA explanation of EMDR, visit emdria.org

TAKE YOUR PSYCHOTHERAPY PRACTICE TO THE NEXT LEVEL

ClearPath Training Center, is pleased to offer “Becoming Known: A Relational Model for Ego State/Parts Therapy” with Andrew Seubert, LMHC, NCC. This two-day workshop covers the integration of “parts” or ego state practice with a trauma-informed phase model from a highly relational perspective. The workshop has evolved from Andrew’s work as an EMDR consultant and trainer, during which Andrew realized the crucial need for ego state competence when working with trauma and dissociation (this workshop will NOT address extreme forms of dissociation, viz., DDNOS and DID). Learn the basic strategies, plus advanced work with internal conflicts and negative introjects. This training is open to clinicians with and without EMDR training.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES – PARTICIPANTS WILL:

  • Name three major approaches to explaining ego state phenomena.
  • Use the acronym, RUG-C, to describe the major steps in working with parts.
  • Utilize the conference room technique to make contact with parts.
  • Describe two scenarios that complicate and, potentially, interfere with parts work.
  • Describe where and when an ego state approach fits into a trauma-informed phase model.

WORKSHOP TOPICS & SCHEDULE
DAY 1:
8:30 am – Theories of Dissociation and Ego State Traditions Indicators of Dissociated States Scenarios of Indicators
10:00 am – Break – 15 minutes
10:15 am – Four Steps in Parts Work – RUG-C Conference Room Technique Video & Practice Understanding Parts – Video and Practice
12:00 pm – Lunch
1:15 pm – Creating goals with parts – Practice
2:30 pm – Break – 15 minutes
2:45 pm – Collaboration/Helper Parts Video
3:45 pm – Q & A
4:00 pm – End of Day One

DAY 2:
8:30 am – Review/ Q & A. Video & Practicum: RUG-C.
10:00 am – Break – 15 minutes
10:15 am – Blame Game. Live Demo: Becoming Known
12:00 pm – Lunch
1:15 pm – Negative Introjects: Introduction, Scenario & Practice
2:30 pm – Break – 15 minutes
2:45 pm – Videos – RUG-C to Trauma Processing
3:45 pm – Q & A
4:00 pm – End of Day Two

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