Product Detail

Complex Trauma and Shame DVD Course
Package - Video
$619.96 USD
$299.99
Product Details
Format:
Package - Video
Author:
JANINA FISHER, PH.D.
Publisher:
PESI Inc.
Copyright:
9/1/2017
CE Available:
Yes, See CE credit tab for complete continuing education details
Product Code:
RVKIT001153
Objectives
[+] [-] 045995 - Shame and Self-Loathing in the Treatment of Trauma
  1. Describe the role of shame and self-loathing as symptoms of trauma.
  2. Identify the neurobiological effects of shame.
  3. Describe the role of negative cognitive schemas in perpetuating shame.
  4. Assess the physiological and cognitive contributors to shame.
  5. Apply somatic interventions drawn from Sensorimotor Psychotherapy that decrease shame.
  6. Practice memory processing, cognitive-behavioral and ego state techniques.

[+] [-] 048765 - Somatic Interventions for Treating Complex Trauma with Janina Fisher, Ph.D.
  1. Assess the neurobiological effects of traumatic experience.
  2. Categorize implicit and procedural memories of trauma.
  3. Communicate the role of autonomic arousal in exacerbating symptoms.
  4. Explore how “the body keeps the score”.
  5. Characterize the basic principles of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.
  6. Integrate mindfulness-based techniques in traditional treatments.
  7. Specify animal defense survival responses in trauma patients.
  8. Investigate the role of substance abuse, eating disorders and self-destructive behavior as trauma symptoms.
  9. Implement ‘top-down’ and ‘bottomup’ interventions to address unsafe behavior.
  10. Choose a somatic approach to resolving traumatic experience.
  11. Discriminate between past experience and present moment experience.
  12. Develop right brain-to-right brain communication to improve the effectiveness of trauma treatment.

[+] [-] 052290 - Working with Somatic Components to Overcome Trauma Related Fears of Feeling Good
  • Describe the characteristics of the split brain.
  • Discover aspects of sensorimotor psychotherapy.

[+] [-] 052295 - Steps Toward Healing Traumatic Attachment & Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Utilize right and left brain communication to improve the effectiveness of attachment treatment.
  • Describe the Structural Dissociation model.

Outline
[+] [-] 045995 - Shame and Self-Loathing in the Treatment of Trauma
The Neurobiology of Shame
  • The role of shame in traumatic experience
  • Shame as an animal defense survival response
  • Effects of shame on autonomic arousal
  • Why shame is so treatment-resistant
Shame and Attachment: Its Evolutionary Purpose
  • Shame and the attachment system
  • Rupture and repair in attachment formation
  • What happens to shame without interpersonal repair
The Meaning of Shame in the Treatment of Trauma
  • Disgust, degradation, and humiliation interpreted as “who I am”
  • Cognitive schemas that exacerbate shame
  • Internal working models predict the future and determine our actions
Treating Shame: Working from the “Bottom Up”
  • Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Physiological state as the entry point for treatment
  • Regulating shame states with somatic interventions
  • Using mindfulness-based techniques to inhibit self-judgment
Healing Shame: Acceptance and Compassion
  • Re-contextualizing shame as a younger self or part
  • Dual awareness of who we are now and who we were then
  • Getting to know our “selves”
  • Bringing our adult capacity to our childhood vulnerability

[+] [-] 048765 - Somatic Interventions for Treating Complex Trauma with Janina Fisher, Ph.D.
The Neurobiological Legacy of Trauma
  • How the mind and body react to threat and danger
  • Autonomic arousal and affect tolerance
  • Inability to feel safe in the body
  • Loss of the ability to self-witness
The Nature of Traumatic Memory
  • “The body keeps the score” (Van der Kolk)
  • Implicit memories: is it memory?
  • Remembering situationally: ‘here’ or ‘there’?
Neurobiologically-informed Trauma Treatment
  • Regulating the traumatized nervous system and restoring a witnessing self
  • Psychoeducation: knowledge is power
  • Reframing the symptoms
  • Avoid ‘self-defeating stories’ (Meichenbaum)
  • Treat the symptoms, not just the event
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
  • Trauma and procedural learning
  • Tracking the body as a source of information
  • Use the language of the body
  • Body-centered techniques into talking therapy treatments
Mindfulness and Neuroplasticity
  • Mindfulness practices in therapy
  • Differentiate thoughts, feelings and body experience
  • Dual awareness of everyday experience
  • Teach mindfulness to clients
Challenges of Trauma Treatment
  • Secondary symptoms: anger, self-harm and suicidality, aggression, substance abuse, and eating disorders
  • Treatment-resistant depression and anxiety
  • Complex symptoms as manifestations of animal defense responses
Therapy as a Laboratory for the Practice of New Actions
  • Dis-identifying with the symptoms
  • Develop a new language and a new story
  • Capitalize on somatic resources for modulating the nervous system
  • New resources that address specific trauma symptoms
The Role of Neuroplasticity
  • Neuroplastic brain change
  • Principles of neuroplasticity
  • Treatments to enhance neuroplastic effects
Somatic Resolution of Traumatic Events
  • Repair and transformation rather than re-processing
  • Address uninvited memory
  • Tell the story to ourselves: creating internal safety
  • Right brain-to-right brain communication: feeling safe with others

[+] [-] 052290 - Working with Somatic Components to Overcome Trauma Related Fears of Feeling Good
  1. Introduction of client
  2. Psychological Trauma Flip Chart
    1. The Split Brain
  3. Client Questions
  4. Recap and Analyzation with Janina
  5. Expressing Emotions
  6. Recap and Analyzation with Janina
  7. Anger
  8. Recap and Analyzation with Janina
  9. Accepting Anger
  10. Recap and Analyzation with Janina
  11. Safe feelings
  12. Recap and Analyzation with Janina
  13. Client Feelings Survival
  14. Recap and Analyzation with Janina
  15. Trusting the Protective Parts
  16. Recap and Analyzation with Janina
  17. Communicating with your Body
    1. The Trickle Down Affect
  18. Recap and Analyzation with Janina

[+] [-] 052295 - Steps Toward Healing Traumatic Attachment & Borderline Personality Disorder
  1. Introduction of Client
  2. Psychological Trauma Flip Chart
    1. The Split Brain
  3. Client Background
  4. Recap and Analyzation with Janina
    1. Domestic Violence in Pregnancy
  5. Attachment
  6. Recap and Analyzation with Janina
    1. Domestic Violence and Attachment
  7. Anger in Relationships
  8. Recap and Analyzation with Janina
    1. Structure Dissociation Model
  9. Childhood Attachment
  10. Recap and Analyzation with Janina
    1. Earned Secure Attachment
  11. Internal Attachment
  12. Recap and Analyzation with Janina
    1. Internal Attachment

Author

JANINA FISHER, PH.D.

Janina Fisher, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and instructor at the Trauma Center, founded by Bessel van der Kolk, MD. A faculty member of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute, an EMDR International Association consultant, past president of the New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation, and former instructor, Harvard Medical School, Dr. Fisher lectures nationally and internationally on the integration of the neurobiological research and new trauma treatment paradigms into traditional psychotherapies.

Speaker Disclosures:

Speaker Disclosures: Financial: Janina Fisher is in private practice. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Nonfinancial: Janina Fisher has no relevant nonfinancial relationship to disclose.
Continuing Education Credits Awarded for Completion of Entire Package
[+] [-] Combined Continuing Education Credit From All Components
Breakdown of Continuing Education Credits by Components
[+] [-] 045995 - Shame and Self-Loathing in the Treatment of Trauma
[+] [-] 048765 - Somatic Interventions for Treating Complex Trauma with Janina Fisher, Ph.D.
[+] [-] 052290 - Working with Somatic Components to Overcome Trauma Related Fears of Feeling Good
[+] [-] 052295 - Steps Toward Healing Traumatic Attachment & Borderline Personality Disorder
Audience
Psychologists, Counselors, Social Workers, Case Managers, Addiction Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists, Nurses, and other Mental Health Professionals, Marriage and Family Therapists Addiction Counselors, Psychotherapists, Case Managers Other Medical Professionals, Nurse Practitioners