Understanding and Treating Dissociation: Expanding Awareness, Memory, and Identity


Start: Thursday, May 23, 2013 @ 8:30 AM (+00:00)

The Log Cabin Banquet and Meeting House 500 Easthampton Road (Route 141)
Holyoke , MA 01040
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Research over the past three decades indicates that dissociation is much more common than previously believed and frequently co-occurs with other conditions. Recognition of the presence of dissociation and implementation of effective intervention can radically improve therapeutic outcome for an appreciable sub-group of clients encountered in general clinical settings. This workshop will cover the theoretical, relational, cognitive and concrete intervention components of contextual therapy for treating dissociation and commonly co-occurring difficulties.

Steven N. Gold, PhD, is a Professor in Nova Southeastern University’s doctoral psychology program and maintains an independent practice in South Florida. He was President of the APA Division of Trauma Psychology, is editor of its journal, Psychological Trauma, and has authored numerous works, including the book, Not Trauma Alone.

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