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Transference, counter transference in individual and group therapy

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  1. 1. Unchartered territory of Trauma groups
  2. 2. Overview of diagnosis Herman’s theory of trauma and recovery Trauma
  3. 3. Stages of Recovery 1. Safety 2. Remembrance & Mourning 3. Reconnection (Judith Herman)
  4. 4. Understand/review countertransference as diagnostic tool. Create a map (theory) based on the concepts of countertransference and compassion fatigue/vicarious trauma Objectives
  5. 5. addiction •Substance abuse/addiction •Eating disorder •Sex •Relationships •Somatic response
  6. 6. THERAPIST TRAPS
  7. 7. GROUP DYNAMICS
  8. 8. Multilayered Interactions  Axis II  Object Relations  Interpersonal Relationships  “Soul Murder”  Core Damage Projective Identification Attachment Immature Development
  9. 9. Definition of Countertransference
  10. 10. Countertransference  Reaction to Client Transference  Identifying with projections  Trigger personal Issues  Interaction/Therapist/Environment
  11. 11. Types of Countertransference Historical, Subjective Repetitive Reparative
  12. 12. Objective Matched countertransference Complimentary countertransference
  13. 13. TRANSFERENCE
  14. 14. Monitor response to trauma Identify, manage, tolerate, resolve own Remain grounded Identify, manage relational connection Pay attention to what’s happening to you Walk into the past; stay present The Challenge of HOLDING
  15. 15. MAPPING IT OUT
  16. 16. Questions Six Questions
  17. 17. Begin  Safety  Contained  Appropriate and consistent boundaries  Effective communication  Education  Coping and managing  Timelines  Experiential  Healing  Move on  12 Step programs
  18. 18. Integrate  DBT  EMDR  Experiential  Somatic Experiencing  Film (recording)  Film (movies)  Family Process (Experiential)  Family Therapy  Feminist Theory  Play  Beach
  19. 19. Techniques of Validation  Simple thank you.  Reflective listening.  Dynamic summary  Validate  I comprehend, not understand  Ask permission before confronting behaviors or incongruities. “I would like to challenge that statement, thought…may I.”
  20. 20. Walk into past; stay in present Stay curious and present Therapist observing ego: Client observing ego Group Themes
  21. 21. PREPARE PREPARE PREPARE
  22. 22. Interview data Observation data Assessment Treatment Team Consultation
  23. 23. Questions/Remarks Thank you

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