David Elliott à Paris

 


TRAITER L’ATTACHEMENT

INSÉCURE DE L’ADULTE :

LES 3 PILIERS DU TRAITEMENt

Premier et deuxième MODULES

 

David S. Elliott, PhD

 

TROIS JOURS De séminaire et

de DEVELOPPEMENT PROFESSIONNEL

PARIS, 7-9 juin 2019

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La formation

Le premier séminaire conduit par David Elliott, PhD qui a eu lieu à Stillpoint Spaces Paris en avril 2018 a permis de présenter les fondements de la théorie de l’attachement et de ces perturbations chez l’adulte, avec l'introduction d'une méthode pour les traiter et les réparer.

Pendant les trois jours de séminaire les 7,8,9 juin prochain, Dr. David Elliott partagera de nouveau ce premier module, le vendredi 7 (pour ceux qui n’ont pas pu s’inscrire en 2018), et poursuivra le samedi 8 et le dimanche 9 avec la deuxième partie de la formation.

Il rappellera et approfondira la pratique de la méthode de la « Figure Parentale Idéale », et présentera les deux composantes complémentaires avec les trois piliers pour traiter les perturbations de l’attachement, à savoir: aider les patients à développer des capacités de métacognition et de collaboration dans la relation thérapeutique.

Les trois composantes du traitement visent spécifiquement les problèmes psychologiques et les déficits les plus importants qui sont présents dans les perturbations de l’attachement.

La deuxième partie de la formation mettra l’accent sur les applications pratiques de la méthode et comprendra des temps de démonstration et de pratique par les participants et de partage  d’expériences.

Cet atelier est basé sur le livre publié récemment, Attachment Disturbances in Adults: Treatment for Comprehensive Repair (Brown & Elliott, 2016).


Formation traduite simultanement en Français.

La formation aura lieu à Stillpoint Spaces Paris
6 rue de la Saône, 75014 PARIS.

 
 
 

BIOGRAPHIE DAVID ELLIOTT PHD

 

Dr David S. Elliott est psychologue clinicien et auteur. Il a obtenu son doctorat à l’université de Harvard en 1989. Il est l’ancien Président de l’Association Psychologique de Rhode Island (USA), et enseigne également à l’étranger.

Pour en savoir plus visitez : www.davidelliottphd.com

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critique du livre (anglais)

“A masterpiece of integration, creativity, and clinical wisdom, Attachment Disturbances in Adults stands out as a vibrantly innovative treasure that will endure, one of those rare trail-blazers. Mental health professionals across disciplines will delight in the rich depth and breadth of this essential book, which seamlessly interweaves research, theory and treatment. Brown, Elliott and colleagues have written a tour de force that is surely destined to become an instant classic.”
Kathy Steele, MN, CS, Clinical Director, Metropolitan Counseling Services, Atlanta, GA; Author of Treating Trauma-Related Dissociation (2016); Past President of the International Society for the Study or Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD).

 

“This is an incredibly important volume that makes a stunning contribution to the field. It spectacularly achieves an integration of the lifespan literature on attachment and its sequelae with intervention. Rarely does a scholarly work contribute to the understanding of the processes underlying attachment and its dysfunction while simultaneously providing a clearly delineated prescription for treatment. Practitioners will profit from the detailed clinical vignettes and researchers will gain many ideas warranting empirical investigation.”
Dante Cicchetti, PhD, McKnight Presidential Chair, Professor of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota.

 

“This is an extraordinary achievement. The must-have book on attachment, it includes everything you need to know about attachment, and then some—history, research, typology AND treatment! Richly comprehensive, precise, and wise, it is honed by real clinical experience, with step-by-step treatment protocols tailored to each attachment classification. This book should be required reading for all graduate students in clinical programs, be they clinical psychology, psychiatry, counseling, or social work. It should be a sine qua non for all attachment researchers. It is a book that any clinician who works with trauma and attachment disturbances—which means all clinicians, for attachment disturbances underlie most major syndromes—should have and master.”
Diana Fosha, PhD, Director of the AEDP Institute; Author of The Transforming Power of Affect.

 

Attachment Disturbances in Adults is a book of genius, an unequalled account of how far the attachment field has evolved since Bowlby’s groundbreaking studies of attachment bonds. It presents an outstanding, encyclopedic, and integrative overview of theoretical understanding, assessment, and treatment. All this leads to a highly inspirational and effective treatment model, consisting of three “pillars”: The Ideal Parent-Figure Protocol, Metacognitive Interventions for Attachment Disturbances, and Fostering Collaborative Capacity and Behavior. These pillars not only include the best of what has been written before in the attachment field, but also integrate the authors’ wonderful work from other domains. This extraordinary book will set the bar for many years to come.”
Onno van der Hart, PhD, Emeritus Professor of Psychopathology of Chronic Traumatization, Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, Utrecht University; Author of The Haunted Self; Past President of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS).
 
 
 

essai clinique (anglais)

European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 2017

Background: There is a consensus within the trauma field for the necessity of a three-phase treatment programme for complex posttraumatic stress disorder (CPTSD). This pilot study focuses on the stabilisation phase, the goal of which is the development of psychological resources and the reduction of disabling symptoms.

Objective: To test the efficacy of the Ideal Parent Figure (IPF) method as a stabilization treatment for CPTSD patients with a history of childhood trauma.

Method: The sample was comprised of 17 adults with a history of childhood trauma concomitant with CPTSD symptoms consulting at a clinic in France. Participants enrolled in a 5-week psychotherapy programme based on the IPF method, a semi-structured visualization programme designed to treat attachment disturbances. Measures of DESNOS symptoms, psychological symptoms, quality of life, and adult attachment were administered pre- and posttreatment as well as at 8-month follow-up.

Results: A significant decrease in symptom severity and attachment traumatization and a significant increase in quality of life were found, both with medium-to-large effect sizes. The 8-month follow-up assessment showed outcome stability.

Conclusions: These results suggest that treating attachment disturbances directly with an approach akin to the Ideal Parent Figure method may lead to fast and stable improvement for individuals with CPTSD.

 
 
 

inscriptions et règlement

Règlement par chèque, pré-reservation paris@stillpointspaces.com

Tarifs:

- Vendredi 7 juin, module 1: 160 € avant le 10 mai (et 200 ensuite jusqu'au 5 juin)

- Samedi 8 et dimanche 9 juin, module 2: 290 € avant le 10 mai (et 350 € ensuite jusqu'au 5 juin)

- Les trois jours: 390 € avant  le 10 mai (420 € ensuite jusqu'au 5 juin))

Un tarif étudiants (Master et Doctorants) est envisageable mais une préreservation est nécessaire.  

 
 
 

NOUS CONTACTER

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