Named for George Fraser's famous technique, The Dissociative Table is a forum for leaders in the field of complex trauma treatment to share innovations and insights regarding theory and application. Synthesis of effective modalities is a major focus, as is the development of narrative meaning as a healing objective beyond symptom relief. TDT does not specifically endorse any modalities or schools of thought; however, many of the hosts and guests are connected to the EMDR Institute and the larger EMDRIA community. Content is not endorsed by the EMDR Institute or EMDRIA.
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The Dissociative Table launched 8 months ago and published 7 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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