$479 EEGER Affiliates / Alliance Members

Learning objectives:

In this workshop, participants will

  • 1.   Explore the emerging neuroscience of trauma and dissociation.
  • 2.   Describe the neurocircuitry of dissociation.
  • 3.   Describe the default mode network (DMN) and its relationship to the sense of self in developmental trauma.
  • 4.   Discuss how understanding the circuitry and frequency dimensions of dissociation, repression, resistance and regression deepen our understanding of these processes.
  • 5.   Investigate protocols that interrupt or quiet the repeated firing of fear circuits and the presumed mechanisms of action of these protocols.
  • 6.   Provide an overview of the challenges and benefits in integrating neurofeedback with psychotherapy in the treatment of those suffering with dissociative disorders.