Imaginary exposure and imagery rescripting for PTSD – en anglais| Ateliers cliniques | Chêne-Bourg
Atelier clinique – Adulte
Tine DAESELEIRE (Gand, Belgique)
Date et salle : samedi 7 novembre 2020, HUG, Belle-Idée, Les Champs, Genève
Horaire : 9h00 – 17h00
Prix : membres ASPCo Frs 180.-
non membres Frs 280.- psychologues et psychiatres formés ou en formation
Délai d’inscription : 30 octobre 2020
Les inscriptions sur place restent possibles mais sont majorées de Frs 10.-
Modalité de paiement : en cas de désistement une semaine avant l’atelier ou si un(e) participant(e) inscrit(e) n’assiste pas à l’atelier, 20% de frais seront facturés.
Description de l’atelier
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (TF-CBT) is well established (alongside EMDR) as a first-line treatment of PTSD. Prolonged exposure, a well-studied form and core component of TF-CBT, often leads to dramatic reductions in PTSD symptoms. A risk for successful dissemination and implementation however, is that exposure may be experienced as aversive (and thus as something to be avoided) by patients and – importantly and worryingly – therapists as well. In this workshop we will promote the dissemination of TF-CBT in general, to overcome own assumptions about imagery exposure as a treatment and to learn about imagery rescripting therapy as less aversive variant of conventional exposure in particular. More specifically, the proposed workshop has the following aims and structure:
Morning: A general foundation in imaginal exposure is laid as a basis for the more specific technique in the afternoon. This includes intruction and practice on the basis of a case-example in providing psycho-education on PTSD, providing a treatment rationale for imaginal exposure in particular, setting the right expectations, and conducting actual imaginal exposure in role plays.
Afternoon: Imagery rescripting therapy is introduced as a psychological intervention which aims to ‘rescript’ a traumatic memory. It is usually incorporated into a CBT approach, either supporting other CBT interventions or as a stand alone treatment (Grunert, Weiss, Smucker, en Christianson (2008). It works by imaginally rescripting one or more traumatic memories in ways that better meet the needs of the patient, thereby reducing the distress associated with these memories
Why imaginal rescripting therapy (Arntz, 2012; Hackmann, 2011)?
In this workshop we promise:
Tine Daeseleire is aggregated in psychology. She has built up a lot of expertise in the prevention and treatment of stress, anxiety and trauma. She also teaches behavioral therapy at the universities in Belgium. She develops all kinds of psycho-educational programs about anxiety, stress, depression, single parents, newly formed families, refugees, shelter after shocking events, brooding, sleeping problems. She is the founder of the organization The Human Link, in which she develops all kinds of interventions to prevent psychological problems.
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