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Advanced Brainspotting Specialty Training: Training Name: Dissociative Identity Phenomena (DIP), Attachment, Developmental, and Complex Traumatic Wounding, and Parts Work

This advanced BSP specialty training will equip practitioners with tools to assess and address dissociative identity phenomena and parts work in sessions. Therapists will learn new advanced level concepts, techniques, and set-ups to engage the neuroexperiential processing of the client’s dissociative survival adaptations and in working with their parts. Therapists will deepen their responsiveness to the attachment, developmental, and traumatic wounding of their clients.

DIP Training participants will learn to:

  • Differentiate different types of dissociative phenomena and parts
  • Understand the foundations of a developmental “diagnosis”
  • Know when assessment of dissociative phenomena is useful, and what instruments may be helpful
  • Attune to the client’s self-system© through the lens of the 6 F’s of Trauma Response©
  • Expand understandings of the traditional DID and C-PTSD three-stage treatment model to creatively follow the client in the spirit of “being in the tail of the comet”
  • Engage the two-part dual frame© for the self-system© of the client
  • Discern when to utilize standard Brainspotting techniques with dissociative adaptations, and when to utilize specialized Building Block DIP Therapeutic Activities©
  • Develop specialized scaffolding techniques to support the frame and the client’s self-system© to safely engage insiders and parts in trauma processing
  • Adopt a stance of humility in the repair of the therapeutic ruptures of mis-attunement, enactments, limbic countertransference, and stepping on landmines
  • Observe and practice new Brainspotting Setups for use with dissociative identity phenomena and parts, including Advanced BlindSpotting© and the Yellow Brick Road Setup©

Come join us and develop yourself as a provider working with complex trauma, dissociative identity phenomena, and parts.



October 6, 2023 (9:00 am - 5:30 pm)
October 7, 2023 (9:00 am - 5:30 pm)
October 8, 2023 (9:00 am - 5:30 pm)
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Connie Johnshoy Currie

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