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The Top Twenty Tips for Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder

September 16 Breakfast 8:15am-8:45am   Training 8:45am-4:00pm $169.00, 6 CEUs Presenter: Lisa Ferentz, LCSW-C DAPA Woodholme Country Club, 300 Woodholme Ave. Pikesville, MD 21208 United States + Google Map

In this workshop, we will identify and explore 20 of the most important things to stay mindful of when treating the challenging diagnosis of Dissociative Identity Disorder. As we process this framework for treatment, we will simultaneously be addressing the common missteps made by well-meaning and even experienced clinicians.


We will discuss the therapeutic decisions that adversely affect appropriate boundaries, the flow and direction of treatment, internal stabilization and safety, and clients’ attitudes about hospitalization and integration. We will explore many case examples from the presenter’s practice, as well as a wide range of cases that she has consulted on over the years.

Participants will have the opportunity to connect these ground rules to their own work, have their professional struggles “normalized,” and will be encouraged to get guidance and feedback about challenges in their present caseloads.

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To celebrate our move to The Woodholme Country Club, we are delighted to offer you a very special gift! When you register for a Fall workshop along with a colleague, you will both receive $60.00 off the regular tuition price of $169.00.

To take advantage of this offer, YOU must register yourself and your friend at the same time. ***You’ll also need to enter discount code MYFRIEND at checkout to apply the discount to the workshop selections.

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Please Note: If you’ve already signed up for a workshop and wish take advantage of this offer, email Gerri at [email protected] or call 410-409-7061 so that she can help you with the process.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify and describe at least three missteps in treating DID that can compromise boundaries.
  • Identify and describe at least five strategies that enhance inner safety and cooperation from alters.
  • Identify and describe at least three strategies that reduce clinician burnout.
  • Identify and describe at least three strategies that allow the therapy process to move forward towards integration.



"This was such a great experience. I feel much more capable to help this special population."— Kathryn K.