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  • 1. Early Attachment Trauma Recency of Trauma 3 9 6 Age 15 12 30 KEY Child protection Trauma prevention events traumatic severity of Number and Prevention Parenting skills Panic Reaction Sensitive presentation of PNES diagnosis Support: Family therapy, anxiety reduction Anxiety Disorder Relaxation Counter conditioning of traumatic affect Simple PTSD Safety, assess / attend to depression negotiating developmental milestonestrauma and subsequent retraumatisation Safe, long term therapeutic alliance Complex PTSD with or without history of attachment trauma Phase orientated trauma treatment Skill development, viz affect regulation Borderline distress tolerance Personality Disorder Interpersonal effectiveness Mindfulness (DBT) Population with PNES with intractable epilepsy/head injury -Population with PNES with history of chronic severe attachment Phase orientated trauma treatments Depression & anxiety Dissasociative Population with PNES with history of single event trauma or difficulty Disorders: Development of internal communication Treatment approaches Amnesia skills, emphasis on stablisation, trauma cognition, affect and identity Derealisation work, including; Depersonalisation Counter conditioning of traumatic affect, integration of aspects of self, DDNOS Degree of deficits in self-skills, and integration of memory, development of self and life skills DID consolidation.