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Ep 17 How to Use the Dissociative Table Technique with Dissociative Clients

In our previous episode, we delved into the conference table technique, an interweave that can effectively address stuck processing in therapy.  Today, we will be focusing on its application with dissociative clients, introducing a variation known as the dissociative table. This technique, initially introduced by psychologist George Fraser in 1991 and later updated in 2008, […]

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In this blog post, we will dive into the fascinating world of parts work in therapy and explore a powerful clinical tool called the Conference Table Technique. Parts work, as described by Jay Norick, PhD, involves identifying sets of autobiographical memories linked by specific themes within ourselves.  These parts can be triggered by various situations […]

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Allie Kidd, a licensed independent and clinical social worker in Ohio and New York, has dedicated her career to helping individuals overcome various challenges. Born and raised in California, she relocated to New York in 2012, where she worked as a case manager for Harlem United, an agency assisting people living with HIV and substance […]

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I’m Carolyn Solo, an LCSW EMDR consultant, and today, I want to embark on a journey with you to explore the intriguing world of dissociation. Over the years, I have worked with many dissociative clients, and so the topic of dissociation has always held a special place in my heart. In episode 14 of my […]

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