Working with Parts in Dissociative Disorders: A Practical Guide for Trauma Therapists presented by Dolores Mosquera.  4 EMDRIA Credits. Sponsor: Inspired Therapy
Cheryl Kenn, EMDRIA Program Provider - Program Approval # 17007-DL07
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1. When we approach the internal system of parts in dissociative disorders: *
2. If the internal experiences of the child are not recognized: *
3. One of the factors that affect the internal conflict: *
4. Some of the first steps in the work with parts include all except: *
5. In order to establish a good therapeutic relationship with a patient with dissociative parts, the therapist needs to: *
6. As recommended in the training, integrative capacity can be improved by all except:   *
7. When we explore the internal system of parts *
8. When working with parts, the clinician should *
9. When clients say things that we don´t agree with, we should *
10. Some of the key ingredients to the work with parts are: *
11. We can improve integrative capacity in the work with parts by: *
12. Promoting collaboration and cooperation can be done through all except: *
13. Clinicians can model new, more effective ways of communicating and relating between parts by exploring: *
14. Why is it important to prepare clients for future difficulties with parts of themselves? All are true except: *
15. Potential goals during first sessions to reduce the conflict include all except: *
16. In order to promote collaboration and cooperation between parts clinicians should consider doing, all except:   *
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