“Question: I have read about the importance of working with ego states when working with complex trauma. Is there a process that is best used to identify ego states? If so, what is this process and how do I use it?” This Clinical Q&A article responds to a question about what process to use to access and identify ego states when working with complex trauma. The procedure for implementing Fraser’s Dissociative Table Technique is explained and detailed in 8 clearly defined steps. The author builds on Fraser’s original instructions and adds several innovations for use by EMDR therapists. Tips on implementing this technique are given. The article then concludes with a session transcript to illustrate the use of this powerful tool.
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Martin, K. M. (2012). How to Use Fraser’s Dissociative Table Technique to Access and Work With Emotional Parts of the Personality. Journal of EMDR Practice and Research, 6(4), 179–186. https://doi.org/10.1891/1933-322.214.171.124
Journal of EMDR Practice and Research