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Judy Crane. The Guest House Ocala. Power Point Presentation iCAAD Amsterdam 2018

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Judy Crane. The Guest House Ocala. Power Point Presentation iCAAD Amsterdam 2018

  1. 1. LUCAS C A TRAUMA PERSPECTIVE JUDY CRANE LMHC, CSAT, CAP, ICADC, CO-FOUNDER AND CEO OF THE GUEST HOUSE OCALA
  2. 2. IN UTERO “One day my mother told my brother and me, when we were 7, that she should have aborted us, she would have stayed free instead of moving with my father and getting married when 4 months pregnant. I cried alone in my bedroom the whole night.”
  3. 3. INNER GENERATIONAL Dutch origin with Indonesian maternal grandmother.
  4. 4. ATTACHMENT Mother always tearful and yelling at the children and physical abuse of Lucas Mothers statements that she should have aborted the twins Father on the road during the week. Alcohol and rage during the weekend Public rejection by female peer
  5. 5. ASSESMENTS • PTSI-R • Beck Depression Inventory • Beck Scale for Suicidal Ideation • Beck Anxiety Inventory • SDI • Atta
  6. 6. THE WORK
  7. 7. TRAUMA EGG PSYCHODRAMA THERAPEUTIC LETTERS GROUP WORK BREATH WORK ART AS THERAPY MUSIC AS THERAPY EQUINE ASSISTED THERAPY ADVENTURE THERAPY
  8. 8. The trauma egg was developed as a tool for treating emotional trauma by Marilyn Murray, an internationally-recognized authority on trauma, abuse, deprivation, and its consequences. The Trauma Egg
  9. 9. HOW TO WRITE A LOVE LETTER BEGIN BY EXPRESSING YOUR ANGER, RESENTMENT, AND BLAME. ALLOW YOURSELF TO MOVE THROUGH THE OTHER LEVELS UNTIL YOU GET DOWN TO LOVE. EACH LOVE LETTER HAS FIVE PARTS AND THE FOLLOWING LEAD-IN PHRASES MAY HELP YOU IF YOU GET STUCK. ANGER AND BLAME I HATE IT WHEN… I DON’T LIKE IT WHEN… I’M FED UP WITH… HURT AND SADNESS I FEEL SAD WHEN… I FEEL HURT BECAUSE… I FEEL AWFUL BECAUSE… I FEEL DISAPPOINTED BECAUSE… FEAR AND INSECURITY I’M AFRAID THAT… I FEEL SCARED BECAUSE…
  10. 10. “SIMPLE” TRAUMA • Epidemiologic studies show that prevalence of trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is substantial in modern society. Most people will experience a traumatic event at some point in their life, and up to 25% of them will develop the disorder. Demographic and socioeconomic factors also play a role in the risk for exposure to traumatic experiences and subsequent PTSD. Psychiatric history, both personal or in family members, increases the likelihood of being exposed to trauma and of developing PTSD once exposed. Traumatic exposure and PTSD have an impact on the individual's health, health care service utilization, and general functioning. Such effects provoke a considerable economic burden not only for those persons experiencing trauma and PTSD, but also for the health care system and society as a whole. Hidalgo RB, Davidson JR. Posttraumatic stress disorder: Epidemiology and health-related concerns. J Clin Psychol. 2000;61:5–13.
  11. 11. “SIMPLE” TRAUMA “Two factors are essential to understanding traumatic experience: how far our systems are stretched and for how long.” Patrick J. Carnes Ph.D. – The Betrayal Bond
  12. 12. “COMPLEX” TRAUMA OR DISORDERS OF EXTREME STRESS NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED - DESNOS Characteristic of DESNOS trauma which involves interpersonal victimization, multiple traumatic events, or events of prolonged duration. Disturbances in six areas of functioning are required for the diagnosis: (1) Regulation of affect and impulses; (2) attention or consciousness; (3) self-perception; (4) relations with others; (5) somatization; and (6) systems of meaning. Complex Trauma and Disorders of Extreme Stress (DESNOS) Diagnosis, - Part One: Assessment Toni Luxenberg, PsyD, Joseph Spinazzola, PhD, and Bessel A. van der Kolk, MD D i r e c t i o n s i n P s y c h i a t r y - Volume 21 Lesson 25
  13. 13. “COMPLEX” TRAUMA “Some trauma experiences are relatively minor, but they happen every day. The hurt accumulates. Many acts of child neglect, for example, in themselves are not that serious. Every parent has moments of not being able to cover all the bases. A consistent pattern of neglect however, creates incredible anxiety in a child and leaves serious life long wounds. Trauma by accumulation sneaks up on its victims.” Patrick J. Carnes Ph.D. – The Betrayal Bond
  14. 14. Unresolved Trauma and Feelings Surrounding Unresolved Trauma Response is to avoid Looking at the trauma We perceive too much fear, shame, guilt, sadness; nightmares; controlling memories around the trauma

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