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Janina Fisher’s Integrative Approach to Treating Trauma

Program Information

Outline

Module 1: Janina Fisher’s Integrative Approach to Treating Trauma: Blending IFS, Sensorimotor, Mindfulness, Psychoeducation, and More.

Module 2: How Trauma Is Stored in the Body and What to Do

Module 3: Be-Friending Suicide Through Doing Parts Work: 

Module 4: Helping Clients Safely Let Down Their Armor and Heal from the Legacy of Trauma

Module 5: Working with a Traumatized Couple

Objectives

  1. Describe three ways traumatic memory presents in a client with PTSD
  2. Incorporate sensorimotor interventions into treatments to decrease symptoms of PTSD in clients.
  3. Incorporate Internal Family Systems interventions into treatments to decrease symptoms of PTSD in clients.
  4. Apply psychoeducational principles to decrease symptoms of PTSD in clients
  5. Define ‘implicit memory’ and breakdown its role in post-traumatic stress disorders
  6. Differentiate characteristics of fight, flight, freeze, attach and submit parts
  7. Articulate the role of suicidal ideation as an adaptation to traumatic events
  8. Apply Sensorimotor and Internal Family Systems interventions for trauma survivors

Copyright : 08/27/2019

BONUS: Chronic Suicidality and Self-Destructive Behavior

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Objectives

  1. Explain the somatic effects of suicidal ideation and impulses for the purposes of psychoeducation.
  2. Discuss the role of suicidality in a client’s survival or adaptation to trauma.
  3. Describe the three basic steps of the Fisher risk assessment tool.
  4. Identify body-centered interventions that can increase the client’s sense of control over unbearable emotions.
  5. Implement collaborative solutions to high-risk situations.

Outline

The Challenges of Working with Suicidality and Self-Destructive Behavior

Evaluating Risk: Safe, Less Safe, and Not Safe

Suicidality and Self-Destructive Behavior as Dissociative Symptoms

Copyright : 03/23/2019

BONUS: Creating Safety with High-Conflict Couples - A Nonverbal Approach

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Objectives

  1. Determine the clinical implications of disorganized attachment in couples therapy.
  2. Articulate Sensorimotor methods that can be interfaced with psychotherapy practices to alleviate the volatility in couples.

Outline

What creates a ‘volatile’ couple?

Reducing volatility by helping couples communicate without words

Copyright : 03/24/2018