Cognitive Behavioural Approaches to the Understanding and Treatment of Dissociation
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We plan to continue to celebrate our training history by presenting a conference which highlights contemporary developments in our understanding and treatment of disorders associated with dissociation — disorders as diverse as panic and dissociative identity disorder DID. Fiona Kennedy, Dr. Helen Kennerley and Dr. Lusia Stopa of Southampton University and Dr. Elaine Hunter of the Institute of Psychiatry. Presenters will address the theoretical, neuro-psychological and developmental aspects of dissociation.
You will be guided in formulating each case using the cognitive model, and in generating appropriate interventions to produce clinical change.
Dissociative identity disorder (DID)
You can bring your own clinical material for formulation. By the end of the session you will have a basic understanding of how to recognise, formulate and treat dissociation. This workshop focuses on the role of imagery in dissociation. Imagery, both visual and visceral, is fundamental to the experience of dissociation, occurring at all points across the dissociative spectrum.
Although imagery often appears in case descriptions of dissociation and dissociative disorders, there is little formal research into its role. We will also discuss the clinical applications of imagery work in the treatment of dissociation and dissociative disorders. You are welcome to bring along case material for this discussion. This workshop gives an overview of the main symptoms and phenomenology of depersonalisation, derealisation, and the clinical syndrome of depersonalisation disorder DPD. Research literature on the association of these phenomena with trauma, anxiety and other types of dissociation will be discussed and a CBT model will be presented to illustrate how transient symptoms can become chronic DPD.
Dissociation: State Of The Art – One-Day Conference | Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre
The workshop will cover assessment measures and a case study will be formulated using the CBT model. The range of interventions for DPD will be discussed, as well as tips on how to work with more difficult presentations. Despite a superb attendance there was an intimate atmosphere. Great to catch up with people, and huge feel-good factor.
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Cognitive behavioural approaches to the understanding and treatment of dissociation
She continues to see patients with DPD and to carry out research in this area. Her recent research has looked at the childhood antecedents of DPD in a large scale longitudinal data set as well as carrying out experimental research into cognitive biases in those with DPD. She edited a book on CBT approaches to dissociation, published by Routledge, Dr Kennedy works pro bono in India where she trains Indian volunteers in the basics of DBT so that they can mentor rescued street children.
She has a first hand understanding of cultural, equality and diversity issues.
She is an experienced clinician now specialising in childhood trauma. She has made valuable contributions to the field of cognitive therapy through her popular workshops and her writings.
Amongst other publications, she is the author of Overcoming Anxiety and co-author of An Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, both of which have been highly commended by the British Medical Association. Workshops often contain clinical material. This is always anonymised as far as possible but delegates are none the less reminded to respect confidentiality. All that is discussed in your therapy sessions will be treated as confidential, with the following exceptions. We are required to seek supervision by our professional body The British Psychological Society or equivalent as a means of ensuring good practice.
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