Thu 22 August 2019 | 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Tamir Institute - Yigal Alon 157, Tel Aviv,
Complex Trauma – Lecture for Therapists The
various instances of complex trauma in the clinic and the nature of the therapeutic encounter:
Patients who deal with complex trauma pose many challenges to the therapist’s door, some are endlessly helpless, some appear to be under the control of the offender (even if he or she is no longer hurt) In them), some of them are constantly split between good and bad, and the requested Sisyphean therapeutic task is to try to bring their personality into a coherent and coherent sequence.
Sometimes their never-ending springs of anger prevent any possibility of approaching and therapeutic attachment.
To me, in order to understand the appropriate therapeutic approach for these patients, as well as to find ways to alleviate their complex picture of symptoms, trauma must be understood as a kind of ‘storytelling’ during which the character develops and develops.
The plot opens with a maddening reality that largely serves as the patient’s primary point of reference. Subsequently, all events, experiences and experiences (mostly unconventional) become events in which the victim develops his constant reference to the traumatic events that shape his life. This plot by which he developed his personality lines, requires special understanding and reference, without which he cannot gain access to his complex world.