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Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence
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Transpersonal Framework for Understanding Codependence

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This is the ppt presentation that I presented in Los Angeles at the Evolution of Addiction Treatment conference in Dec. 2011. If you missed the presentation, these slides will introduce you to the …

This is the ppt presentation that I presented in Los Angeles at the Evolution of Addiction Treatment conference in Dec. 2011. If you missed the presentation, these slides will introduce you to the elements of the framework that leads to healing, rather than simply recovery. I am also available for workshops or presentations on this topic. Contact me at sjoyng@gmail.com. Enjoy!

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  1. A  Transpersonal   Treatment   Framework  for   Understanding   Codependence   The  Evolution     Sharon  Joy  Ng,  Ph.D.   Of    Addiction  Treatment  Conference   Professor  of  psychology   Dec.  9,  2011  
  2. Treatment Framework Theoretical     Multifaceted   Considerations   Approach   Foundation  for   understanding   the  nature  of   codependence   Educational   Inclusive   Approach     Model   Empowerment    Reframe  the   Model   Consciousness   Construct   Evolution  
  3. Inclusive  model     •  Integrative,  holistic,   emphasizes  healing   “Personal”  refers   to  that  which  is   “individual”   Soul  and  spirit   are  considered  in   Focuses  on   this  approach   consciousness   •  Unity  or  Cosmic   evolution   Consciousness  “Trans”  refers  to  “beyond”  
  4. Transpersonal  Treatment  Framework  
  5. Relationship  of  the   personal  to  the   transpersonal?  Blends  Western  &   Relationship  of  Self  to  Eastern  Approaches   Spirit?  •  Path  of  awakening   •  Nature  of  This   Relationship?   Concern  w/ No  Boundary   Transcendent  Aspects   Consciousness     of  Individuality  
  6. • Perinatal Matrices (Grof) Addresses   • Biographicalthe  levels  of   Realm influence   • Archetypal Realm (Jung,   upon  the   Krippner)   psyche   • New Biology (Lipton)   • Mindsight      (Siegel)   • Energy Medicine (Feinstein)   • Spectrum of Consciousness
  7. 1.  Discover   the  thesis   5.  Weave  the  renewed   2.  Uncover   the   mythology   Personal antithesis   into  daily   life   Mythology in Need of Revision (Feinstein  &   Krippner’s  Model)   4.  Refine   3.   the  new   Synthesize   mythology   the  two   myths  
  8. Awaken  Consciousness   Uncover,   Discover   and     History  and   Family     Heal   Codependence     Influences   Discourse   Codependence  Profile   Societal    Factors   Presence F   Centered Cultural  Factors   Therapy Patriarchy     and     Power   Spectrum     of     Gender     Consciousness   Considerations   Symptoms,  Not  Empowerment    Identity  
  9. “Co”  or   Historical   partner  of  a   Self  help  emergence  in   substance   industry   therapeutic   abuser   popularized   settings   •  Identified   the  concept   1970s   “patient”  
  10. Focus     substance  abuser   Self  – (dependent  on  a   Relationship  identified   substance)    to   Addiction   patients   the  partner     “co-dependent”
  11. Difficulty   Shame/Low   Identifying/ Expressing   Perfectionism   Self  Esteem   Feelings   Difficulty  Powerlessness   Forming/Main-­‐ Symptoms taining  Close   Relationships   Of Codependence Difficulty   Rigidity   Making   Attitudes  &   Decisions   Behaviors   Need  for   Over-­‐ Approval   responsibility  
  12. BCI    (  Beattie  Codependency  Checklist)   CAI  (Codependency  Assessment   Inventory)  Friel  &  Friel  114  items   Continuum   FSC  (Spann-­‐Fischer   Severity,   Length,  #   Codependency  Scale)     of  CoD   Symptoms   15  Items  Assessing  4  Core  Areas:    Expression  of  feelings     260  character-­‐ 60  T/F   External  focus     istics   items   Purpose  Through  Relationships   Caretaking   Assessment of Codependence
  13. ADF-­‐C5    (Acquaintance  Description  Form)   Wright  &  Wright   Intensity  &   CdQ  (Codependent   Quality  of   Personal   Questionnaire)  Glickhauf-­‐Hughes  &  Bruss   Relation-­‐ ships   Consider  Psychometric  Endogenous   Reduced   Measures  of  Parental  Quality   Earlier  CAI   (Fisher  &  Crawford)  &  Exogenous   From  60  to   CoD   36  items   Emotional   Parenting  Style                                                  Characteris-­‐ Support     Parental  Control     tics  vs   •  (induction,  coercion,   Relating   Parental   Involvement   love  withdrawal Assessment of Codependence
  14. Hierarchical   Standards  and   Conformity     Addiction  Prone   Society   Characteristics   Independence   Preferred  to   and  Behaviors  Interdependence   Are  Defined  by   Those  in  Power   Patriarchy Influences Our Understanding of Codependence Dominance  &   Ranking             Maleness   Subservience   Establishes  Ideals   Layering             Power  inequities  
  15. •  Axis  II  -­‐  Personality   Disorder  Gender  Bias   •  Hysteria    Dependent    BIAS  IN  THE  DSM       Histrionic       Borderline   •  “Too  much”  typically   expected  feminine  behavior  is   GENDER  ROLE   dysfunctional   EXPECTATIONS   •  Diverts  attention  away  from  social  and   SOCIETAL   political  factors   FACTORS   •  Iron  Jawed  Angels   •  Mona  Lisa  Smile  
  16. Historical Context" •  Secure Separation  Model   boundaries" •  Male Defined " •  Relational problemContext  is  Minimized   but the “cause” is individual" •  Females fail to it is more than Victimizes   an individual problem" the  “Victim”   •  No strong female role models within relationships"
  17. Family   Role   Dysfunctional   Environment  Numbing   Parentification   Chaos   Triangulation   Control  
  18. Self-­‐Consciousness   Endogenous   (Private  and   vs  Exogenous   PTSD   Public)   CoD   Shame-­‐ Attachment:   proneness   Avoidant  or   Lower  Self   Anxious-­‐ Esteem   Ambivalent   Arrested  Ego-­‐ Development   Inter  and   Intra-­‐ Learned   relationship   Helplessness   Factors  
  19. •  From “Within” Oneself! •  Dysfunctional Family Environment!ENDOGENOUS   •  Vulnerability to develop CoD! •  Preference for Exploitative Relationships! •  Problematic Characteristics! •  From “Outside” Oneself! •  Reactionary Role to Problematic Relationship!EXOGENOUS   •  Reared in Stable, Supportive Homes! •  Healthy Interdependence! •  Communal ! •  Problematic Relating!
  20. NightmaresAvoidance Trau Flashbacks ma Hypervigilence
  21. Erikson’s Early Ego Development Trust  Hope! Autonomy  Will!   Age  0-­‐1       Age  1-­‐3  Initiative  Purpose! Industry  Competence!     Age  3-­‐6       Age  6-­‐12  Identity  Fidelity!   Age  12-­‐18  
  22. Patriarchy   •  Hierarchichal" " Layering of Power" •  Establishes Normative Standards (masculinity is better)"Religion/Ethnicity   •  More restrictive for females " Minority Class    Socioeconomic  Conditions   •  Haves and the Have Nots " Subservience = CoD " " " " "Behaviors" •  Reliance on Experts    
  23. Gender  Roles   •  Expected female behaviors (Just not TOO much)"Mass  Media     •  Perpetuates stereotypes  Exacerbates Feelings " " " " " of Powerlessness " ""
  24. •  Femininity   •  Emotional   Characteristics   •  Care  taker   Associated   •  Nurturer  Archetypes   with  CoD  are   Expected   •  Mother   Female  Roles   •  Wife   •  Daughter   •  Sister    
  25. Stereotyped  gender   roles  and   identification   emerge  from  the  selection  process  of   ancestors   Evolutionary   Psychology   Each  gender  was   selected  for  their   contributions  to   survival  of  the  unit  
  26. What  is    Reality  ?   Enfolded Reality and Unfolded Reality
  27. Language  Consciousness   allows  us  to   is  subjective   communicate   Words  are   Definitions  &   symbolic   Interpretations  representations   are  individual  
  28. Reality   differs  for  all     “Meaning”   is  assigned  Transformation  &  Healing  come  from  knowing  ourselves  rather   than  knowing  “about”  ourselves  
  29. Implicit,  Felt  Meaning   Void,  Emptiness   or  Enfolded  Reality   Can  Emerge  Emotions  Emerge     Loss  of  Being   No  Numbing   Space  Emerges   Allowing  Wisdom  to   Anxiety  Arises   Emerge  
  30. Loosen  Neural   Networks   BECOME  THE  Consciousness   OBSERVER   changes  our   Open  to  Pain  behavior  from   Without  Stories  REACTION  to   Felt  emoJons   RESPONSE Wisdom  emerges   “Drop  the  Ego”   Must  Be  Formed   Before  It  Can  Be   Dropped  
  31. WILBERʼS! PERSONA   •  (PERSONA)  WITH  THE  MASKS   IDENTIFIES  SPECTRUM !OF ! LEVEL   •  REPRESSES  THE  SHADOW  CONSCIOUSNESS!MODEL! •  EGO     EGO  LEVEL   •  IDENTIFIES  WITH  THE  MIND   •  SEPARATION  OF  BODY/MIND   •  “CENTAUR”  BODY/MIND   CONNECTED   TOTAL  ORGANISM   •  DISCONNECTED  FROM   THE  ENVIRONMENT   •  INTERCONNECTION   UNITY  CONSCIOUSNESS   WITH  EVERYTHING  
  32. THERAPIES !IN THE ! PERSONA  •  SIMPLE  COUNSELING  SPECTRUM! LEVEL   •  SUPPORTIVE  THERAPY  OF !CONSCIOUSNESS! •  PSYCHOANALYSIS   •  PSYCHODRAMA   EGO  LEVEL   •  TRANSACTIONAL  ANALYSIS   •  COGNITIVE  THERAPY   •  EGO  PSYCHOLOGY   •  ROGERIAN  THERAPY   •  GESTALT  THERAPY   TOTAL  ORGANISM   •  EXISTENTIAL  ANALYSIS   •  HUMANISTIC  PSYCHOLOGY   •  EASTERN      RELIGIONS   •  MEDITATION   UNITY  CONSCIOUSNESS   •   YOGA   •  HOLOTROPIC   BREATHWORK  
  33. To  be  fully  responsive/aware  to   what  is  transpiring  within  the   resonance  between  client  and   therapist   “Heart…is  a  direct  presence  that  allows  a   complete  a<unement  with  reality…What  shuts  down  the  heart  more  than  anything   is  not  le>ng  ourselves  have  our  own   experiences  but  instead  judging  it,   criBcizing  it,  or  trying  to  make  it  different  from  what  it  is…”  Welwood, 2002, p. 163-­‐164  
  34. Unconditional   Presence   Beliefs   Allow  Space:   Create   Wisdom   Reality   Emerges   YOUCondition  of  the  Spirit  is   Heart   Primary   Mutual  path   Attunement   of  discovery  
  35. Own   Beginner’s     Openness   Your   Flexible  Buttons   Mind   Consciousness  
  36. 1.  Discover   the  thesis   5.  Weave  the  renewed   2.  Uncover   the   mythology   Personal antithesis   into  daily   life   Mythology in Need of Revision (Feinstein  &   Krippner’s  Model)   4.  Refine   3.   the  new   Synthesize   mythology   the  two   myths  
  37. REFRAME  CODEPENDENCE   Pathological behaviors represent the soul’s cry for attention Not a condition to be rid of Opportunity to awaken the heart Deepen one’s connection to life
  38. Holistic  Recovery  Aftercare  EMPOWERMENT •  Intellectual    Spiritual   •  Social                              Emotional  Reframe  to  a  Relational   •  Occupational    Physical   Focus   Extent  of  CoD   Experiential   Relating   Techniques   •  Psychodrama   •  Journalizing   •  Empty  chair  (Gestalt)   •  Active  Imagination   Group  Therapy   •  Relaxation  Techniques   •  Positive  Affirmations  
  39. Personal  Factors  That     Enhance  Empowerment   Scrutinize  the   Laws,  Rules,   Recognize   Nurture  Self   Norms,  Values,  Assertiveness   and  Express   More  Than   Sanctions,   Feelings   Others   Prejudices  that   Limit   Empowerment  
  40. Build Self-Esteem Boundaries Decentralize Family of Self parenting! Origin Trauma! Problem Stop Over- focused! functioning! Stop Shame w/Self Empathy!
  41. •  EFT   •  CHI  KUNG   •  AIKIDO   •  EMDR   •  MEDITATION   TRADITIONAL   ENERGY   TECHNIQUES   WORK   MINDFULNESS/ PERINATAL   MINDSIGHT   REALM   •  HOLOTROPIC   BREATHWORK   •  ART  THERAPY    •  HERE  &  NOW  •  PLANE  OF   POSSIBILITIES  
  42. Clinicians and Clients Can Enroll to Learn More Psychology Human Services Consciousness 32: Relationship Series: Psych Addiction/30A, 30C & 30D Codependence (1 unit each) (1 Unit)Taken for Credit/ Offered in a No Credit or 6-week format Grade

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