Dissociation and dissociative identity disorder (DID): The fundamentals (Bradford)
What is dissociation? Why does it occur? How does it manifest? When does it lead to a dissociative disorder? What are depersonalisation and derealisation? Are dissociative disorders for real? How do you support someone who suffers from trauma-related dissociation? How do you recover? What is it like to be dissociative?
Dissociation is a normal response to trauma and this course will cover a range of issues fundamental to understanding this phenomenon and how it presents in trauma survivors’ lives. It is suitable for a variety of professionals working in this field, along with survivors themselves.
Find out more here: www.pods-online.org.uk/training
About the host
The training day is run by PODS, a sister project of START Counselling and a leading provider of CPD training on trauma, dissociation, sexual abuse and attachment. We run around 20 training days a year, throughout England, all of them led by Carolyn Spring, Director of PODS and author of Recovery is my best revenge. www.pods-online.org.uk/training