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BT18 Speech 10 - Brief Therapy of Traumatic Dissociative States - Camillo Loriedo, MD, PhD

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Speeches |  Brief Therapy |  Trauma |  Anxiety |  Hypnosis |  Pain and Healing |  Dissociation
Brief Therapy Conference |  Brief Therapy Conference 2018
Camillo Loriedo, MD, PhD
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Dec 09, 2018
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Dissociative hypnotic intervention demonstrated to be very useful in treating pain, anxiety disorders and many other conditions. But hypnosis can as well reactivate the natural mind processes, contributing to reconnect different parts (distinct modes of information processing) into a functional and unified self, particularly after traumatic experiences. Rapport, the special relationship that produces intense interpersonal links and connections, as well as profound disconnections with non-hypnotic reality, can be considered a crucial factor of brief therapeutic approach to dissociative conditions and trauma. How to use rapport as well as other new specific therapeutic interventions to reestablish the natural integrative links in a dissociative mind and relationship will be outlined in this presentation.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Use rapport to reestablish connections.
  2. List 5 different techniques to reestablish the natural integrative links in a dissociative mind and relationships.

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CAMILLO LORIEDO, MD PhD, is professor of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy at the University of Rome, School of Medicine and the School of Specialization. Since 1998, he has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Milton Erickson Foundation. He has recently been elected President of the Italian Society of Psychotherapy. Since 2005, he has been a member of the Editorial Board of the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis. Loriedo has been awarded the Milton H. Erickson Lifetime Achievement Award for outstanding contributions to the field of Psychotherapy. He has authored over 350 scientific papers and 26 books.