Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) and Recovered Memories

 2 hours active CPD

Live CPD workshop: 21st August 2024 from 9am-10:30am AEST online via Zoom plus extra readings, activities and resources.

What's included?

  • PowerPoint slides
  • 1.5 hours Live CPD
  • 30 minutes reflective practice
  • Extra resources

A deeper understanding

Working with trauma is an essential skill for all psychologists and workers in mental health. PTSD is well understood, and has a number of evidence based treatments that all have demonstrated efficacy, effectiveness and tolerability. However, there are other manifestations of trauma that are reported in the literature and through clinician lore. Dissociative Identity Disorder and memory repression are controversial area of research and clinical practice and involve working with a highly vulnerable population where the potential to do harm is great. This workshop will present this controversy and surrounding literature and research with the intention of reducing the risk of causing harm.

Reflect and discuss

This is live CPD where you will engage deeply with the content through discussion and role play, and be encouraged to ask questions.  You will be learning alongside your peers and sharing your knowledge and experiences to gain a deeper understanding of the topic.

Dr Aaron Frost

With a career spanning over 20 years, and including private practice, public sector, research, academia, consultancy, and training, Aaron has been an influential and forward thinking leader in psychology. 

Aaron is a recognised leader within the field. He has been evaluating his own outcome data since 2008, and now consults widely for organisations looking to achieve better outcomes, most notably developing a training package for Headspace on the use of outcome methodology for all new staff.

Aaron is a certified trainer with the International Centre for Clinical Excellent (ICCE), the program lead for the Supervisor Training and Approval Program (STAP) and the Director of Benchmark Psychology
“I strive to help my registrars find the balance between creatively integrating diverse theory, while maintaining a critical and empirical foundation.”

Dr Aaron Frost

Clinical Psychologist and Director of Benchmark Psychology, STAP and PREP.