Infinite Mind Conference
2019-02-01 to 2019-02-03
Dissociative symptoms are regarded as forms of disconnection from external stimuli, internal experiences, and interpersonal relationships. The Contextual Trauma Treatment (CTT) model for survivors of prolonged childhood abuse integrates Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) treatment. DBT enhances capacities for skillful interactions with others, and identifying and tolerating emotional experiences through the use of didactically-taught skill-based groups that balance encouraging acceptance of difficulties with the recognition of the need for change. This presentation will provide an overview of CTT for conceptualizing dissociation in the context of family of origin environment and development, and describe how TRIP integrates trauma-informed and DBT-informed treatment.
Ellis, A. E.,
Gold, S. N.,
Daly, N. R.,
(2019). Trauma-informed Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Dissociative Identity Disorder. .
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/cps_facpresentations/4518