Recorded Webinar with Colin Ross & Paul Miller
Recorded Webinar with Colin Ross & Paul Miller
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Professor Paul W. Miller, MD, DMH, MRCPsych, is a psychiatrist; accredited EMDR Trainer-in-training within EMDR Europe and an EMDR institute facilitator. He has served as Chair of the training subcommittee, EMDR UK and Ireland Association and introduced EMDR therapy to psychiatry in Northern Ireland’s National Health Service. In January 2011 he founded Mirabilis Health – a private psychiatrist-led clinic specializing in EMDR therapy. Professor Miller is a popular international speaker on topics including EMDR therapy for psychosis. He is currently Visiting Professor, Faculty of Life and Health Sciences, School of Nursing and is exploring the use of EMDR therapy within The Centre for Maternal, Fetal and Infant Research (MFIR). www.mirabilishealth.co.uk
Colin A. Ross, M.D completed medical school at the University of Alberta and his psychiatry training at the University of Manitoba in Canada. He is a Past President of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, and is the author of 200 papers and 29 books. He has spoken widely throughout North America and Europe, and in China, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand. He has been a keynote speaker at many different conferences, and has reviewed for over 30 different professional journals. Dr. Ross is the Director of hospital-based Trauma Programs in Denton, Texas, Torrance, California and Grand Rapids, Michigan. He provides weekly cognitive therapy groups at all three locations, in person in Texas and by video-conference in Michigan and California. He has been running a hospital Trauma Program in the Dallas area since moving to Texas in 1991. Dr. Ross has published a series of treatment outcome studies in peer-reviewed journals, which provide evidence for the effectiveness of Trauma Model Therapy. Many of his papers involve large series of cases, with original research data and statistical analyses, including a paper entitled ‘Trauma and Dissociation in China” in the American Journal of Psychiatry. For more information about Dr. Colin Ross, or to learn about his inpatient trauma programs, or to purchase books, please visit The Colin A. Ross Institute
What is this webinar about?
This webinar was recorded on August 25, 2018. In the first half of the webinar, Dr. Miller will present a methodology for assessing & understanding psychosis in a trauma-sensitive formulation, and the application of EMDR therapy and associated psychotherapies to the treatment of psychosis. Four of Dr. Miller’s ICoNN categories will be described, that allow the experienced EMDR clinician to utilize both the standard 8-phase/3-pronged protocol and modified protocols to effect clinical improvement. ICoNN means the Cognitions of Negative Networks. Clinical examples, including some from Dr. Miller’s recent book, EMDR Therapy for Schizophrenia and Other Psychoses, will be included and unpacked in a meaningful stepwise manner. Clinically, encouraging outcomes have been observed and those who respond positively can achieve long-term symptom control without the need for medication.
In the second half of this webinar, Dr. Ross will explain his model of a dissociative subtype of schizophrenia. He will discuss the relationships between trauma, dissociation and psychosis. According to Dr. Ross’ model, dissociative identity disorder (DID) and schizophrenia can be conceptualized as occurring on a spectrum. The spectrum goes: non-dissociative schizophrenia – dissociative schizophrenia – schizodissociative disorder – DID. As one moves right on the spectrum, one finds: more psychological trauma; more psychophysiology of trauma; more comorbidity; more structured auditory hallucinations; more voices that can be engaged in therapy; more response to psychotherapy; and less response to antipsychotic medications. Dr. Ross will discuss the idea that treatment strategies from the DID literature can be useful in the treatment of a subgroup of people who meet DSM-5 criteria for schizophrenia. He will provide an overview of some of these strategies.
Objectives: By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
1. Describe the relationships between trauma, dissociation and psychosis.
2. Describe clinical implications of the relationships between trauma, dissociation and psychosis.
3. Describe a method for trauma-informed assessment of psychosis.
4. Describe treatment strategies for psychosis within a trauma-informed approach that draws on EMDR, ego-state therapy and other approaches.
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Recorded Webinar Registration Fee (available for viewing until November 25, 2018)
Regular Registration $69 USD
Students $39 USD
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