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This webinar explores how the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) can strengthen intersystem communication in the treatment of dissociative identity disorder (DID) as well as encouraging healthy agency from an adult consciousness (present day) lens. Furthermore, this webinar discusses using NARM with clients who have DID, common difficulties NARM therapists face when treating DID, and solutions and suggestions for these issues that may arise.

This webinar focuses on learning how to reinforce agency using NARM and NARM techniques on clients with dissociative identity disorder (DID). To reinforce NARM principles, we must become curious about the relationships of the Self, parts, and the therapist. The importance of the therapeutic relationship is paramount when treating DID. This also explores how to connect with someone with DID in session. Erin will give an understanding of what adult consciousness looks like in a DID system vs child consciousness, and how to address this conflict and what to be aware of as the clinician to enforce agency. This webinar focuses on treating DID through a NARM standpoint, using compassion, and focusing on the therapeutic alliance.

This webinar focuses on the genesis of eating disorders as a unique facet of the psychobiological adaptations in early life and how they show up in our clients’ lives and the struggles they bring to us in their sessions. We will look at the neurobiology of the eating process and how a trauma-informed approach to seeing and treating disordered eating can be a major organizing factor in creating a new, present-time, body-led, relationship with food. We will draw a map that helps the practitioner navigate what really drives the unconscious behaviors which clients wish to shift. We will explore the special role that the NeuroAffective Relational Model 4 pillars model has in providing a unique path to reconnecting with the here and now intelligence of the body, while also restoring a foundation of client-led increased trust and agency on the path to peace with food.