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Sat, Jan 26


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My Client Might Be Dissociative - What Do I Do Next?

EMDRGKC Member Only Webinar to assist you with next steps when your screening of a client for a dissociative disorder indicates a need for further assessment. This is a FREE webinar being offered via Zoom.

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My Client Might Be Dissociative - What Do I Do Next?
My Client Might Be Dissociative - What Do I Do Next?

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Jan 26, 2019, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Your office or home computer

About the event

The Multidimensional Inventory of Dissociation (MID) is a valuable assessment tool for EMDR Therapists to use to determine the presence of pathological dissociation and readiness for desensitization. Participants will learn to administer, score, and interpret results of the MID Report. Detailed illustrations, clinical interview tips, case examples, and use in consultation will be reviewed. MID documents are available without charge to mental health professionals at

Presenter: D. Michael Coy, MA, LICSW

D. Michael Coy is a Seattle-based clinical social worker in private practice, whose treatment interests include pre-verbal and attachment trauma/wounding, addictions/compulsions, and complex trauma and the dissociative disorders. Michael began collaborating with Jennifer Madere and Multidimensional Inventory of Dissociation developer Paul F. Dell, PhD, in 2016 to overhaul the MID Analysis and MID Manual. Michael is an EMDRIA Approved Consultant, has intermediate training in clinical hypnosis through ASCH, and is Level I trained in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. He served on EMDRIA’s Standards & Training committee from 2014 to 2017.

Michael currently serves as Treasurer and Webmaster for the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, and is Co-Chair of its EMDR Therapy Training Task Group, which is in the midst of developing ISSTD’s own, home-grown EMDR basic training.

NOTE: No EMDRIA credit or CE credit will be offered for this webinar.

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