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Dissociation: my relationship with all that is "not me" (C&PP SIG Salon)

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Ms. Jennifer Madere
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The Catholicism & Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy SIG (C&PP SIG) is sponsoring this Salon entitled "Dissociation: my relationship with all that is "not me"This Salon is open to all CPA members. There will be follow-up cohorts which will discuss the Salon in more detail. The cohorts are open to C&PP SIG members only. 

This Salon discusses the conceptualization and assessment of dissociation from a psychoanalytic perspective enlivened by a Catholic view of the human person. We will thoughtfully consider the development and presentation of dissociative disorders in light of relationship with self and others, and also relationship with the realities of God/Good and Evil. 

This program does not qualify for APA credits. 
This program does not qualify for NBCC credits


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Jennifer Madere is a LPC-Supervisor, EMDRIA Approved Consultant/Approved Trainer in private practice. She is a founding partner of Intuitus Group in Cedar Park, Texas.  She has accompanied child and adult survivors of trauma on their journey of healing and recovery in psychotherapy since 2003.
Jennifer supervises graduate and post-graduate clinicians, and consults and conducts training related to treatment of complex trauma, pathological dissociation, and EMDR therapy. Jennifer also trains fellow clinicians in the ethical integration of faith and spirituality in clinical practice. In addition to numerous professional presentations in local, national, and international conferences, Jennifer is the published author of several scholarly works on the topics of consultation and screening and assessment for dissociative disorders.
Her other professional work includes collaborating with D. Michael Coy, LICSW, and Paul Dell, PhD to update the interpretive manual and associated documents for the Multidimensional Inventory of Dissociation, and make the MID documents and training accessible to clinicians and researchers world-wide.