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Regulation Theory the clinical model Affective Regulation Theory provides a clinical model that can be used by relational psychotherapy, divided into four different areas: a body theory, a theory of optimal development, a theory of pathogenesis and, finally, a theory relating to therapeutic treatment.
During the workshop, participants will learn how to properly conceptualise affective states and their regulation, as well as how to distinguish between integrated regulated and dissociated dysregulated self-states. In addition, they will learn about the neurobiology of secure and insecure attachment, relational trauma and the effects it causes, such as character disorders and chronic suffering resulting from dissociated shame. Some essential processes in the treatment of personality disorders and other disorders associated with affective regulation will also be examined: interactional regulation and vitalising attunement.
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