The accreditation of the seminars is applied for at the psychotherapists' chambers with 20 points per seminar.
Venue: Hotel Panorama, Einbeck: https://www.panorama-einbeck.de/
In the first seminar of the year group, the participants get to know each other (better) in a mindful and resource-oriented way. They practise recognising essential positive abilities as directly as possible in contact with another person and naming them in a friendly way. Introduction to the topic "Trauma, dissociation and the consequences". Referring back to one's own life story: Where did the traumas of one's own family of origin and the stresses in one's own biography have a negative, where a positive effect on career choice, commitment and personal professional maturity. Which metabolic processes from the typical post-traumatic metabolic "seesaw" can also occur in us professionals, how do we recognise them, how can we protect ourselves from secondary and vicarious traumatisation? Some basic attitudes of trauma-centred psychotherapy are taught; as well as the insights into the importance of dissociation in the traumatic and post-traumatic process. Video example. Opportunity for case supervision.
Why is trauma diagnosis only possible more precisely in the course of the work? Further acquaintance with the theory of structural dissociation. Process diagnostics in the course of therapy - how to proceed step by step? Primary, secondary and tertiary structural dissociation; what exactly is meant by ANP and EP? Formal and informal diagnostics. How to diagnose dissociative disorders in children? Video example. Participants will learn about a number of questionnaires, both on trauma in general and - especially - on dissociative processes, including the FDS and SKID-D. Why is it essential to ask for examples and how can this be done practically? Differential diagnostics, including: Complex PTSD, borderline, schizophrenia/psychosis. Case supervision.
Why is it important to help control everyday, symptomatic and traumatic trance therapeutically? What does controlled switching mean? Pacing and leading. Casual reorientation and systematic "retrieval" of uncontrolled abre- actions. Participants are invited to create their own inner map and learn how to open the "inner stage" in the therapeutic process and how to work with conscious as well as unconscious parts of the personality. What does a resource and a stress diagram look like? And how can old and new resources be anchored? Creating an imaginary "resource team"; live demonstration and small groups. What is a "safe place" - and what is not? From external to internal security. Video example. Case supervision.
Dysfunctional attachment principles in families characterised by neglect, attachment trauma and maltreatment. The enemy within: How perpetrator loyalty and perpetrator identification give rise to affect modulatio. Controlling the violent emotions and turning perpetrator-loyal and perpetrator-identified reach of the personality into admonishers, warners and/or guardians and protectors if possible? Cooperation on the inner stage; ideomotor finger signals and further cooperation with the (previously) dysfunctional inner parts. Techniques such as modality change, level and other controller techniques are introduced as well as examples of the screen method. Video demonstration. Case supervision.
Stabilising and/or processing: When to expose trauma - and when not? Why with highly dissociative clients in many small steps, and how? The participants are invited to explore a "mono-trauma" with the screen method on the basis of their own stress (small-t) (demonstration and small groups). Special forms of trauma processing in highly dissociative clients. How does trauma synthesis differ from abreaction? BASK model. Video example of a DIS client. Case supervision.
Example in demonstration and small group work based on a life conflict. of the participants, the affect chain. Can "it" really be let go now and change? Working on the "hotspots". Accompaniment of blending, integration and fusion processes with highly dissociative clients; when screen, when EMDR? Integration gains and losses; mourning processes. What do you have to live with, what can really change? Saying goodbye, also in the group.