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Approved for 2 EMDRIA Credits
In this workshop (November 19 & 20), Dr. Ross will describe strategies and techniques for working with perpetrator introjects. Perpetrator introjects can take a number of different forms, all of which are based on identification with the aggressor. In cases of dissociative identity disorder (DID) or other specified dissociative disorder (OSDD), the introject is a dissociated ego state with its own sense of a separate personal identity. However, in other cases, the identification with the aggressor takes the form of negative beliefs about self, internalized anger turned on the self, self-blame, self-punishment and self-hatred without a separate ego state. Much of the treatment of perpetrator introjects in DID and OSDD involves tasks and strategies that are also useful in individuals without complex dissociative disorders.
Presenter: Colin Ross, M.D.