About this Course

Dissociation is a normal response to overwhelming experiences and is a common capacity in animals. In the context of complex and development trauma, fragmentation of the personality can occur that results in treatment complexity. The course will help clinicians orient themselves to the standard of care required to treat those living with complex trauma and dissociative disorders. 


Course admission requirements:

Minimum of a Master's Degree in a mental health or related field; or be a student in social work, psychology, counseling, or a related field. In Low- and Middle-Income Countries, a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or a related field is required.


2 CEs are available for licensed mental health providers.*

Live training workshop:

Nov 12, 2021


Location: Remotely via Zoom (link available after payment)


Time: 10am-12pm PST | 1pm-3pm EST


Participants will be able to...

  • Indentify screening tools for dissociation
  • Identify a standard of care for the treatment of dissociative disorders
  • Identify evidence-based approaches to working with dissociative disorders


Presenter registration and website:

NBCC ACEP number 6912

www.traumacenternw.com

Continuing Education (CE) hours


2 CEs are available for licensed mental health providers via the National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc (NBCC). Please check with your licensing board to confirm they honor CEs issued through the NBCC.


Course Content


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$69

Early bird special until Sept. 17 (regular price: $79)

*minimum course enrollment for course to make