On-demand webinar: Integrating the Multidimensional Inventory of Dissociation into Clinical Practice: MID Analysis v5.x and Interpretive Manual, 3rd Edition (6 hour webinar)
Integrating the Multidimensional Inventory into Clinical Practice: MID Analysis v5.x and Interpretive Manual, 3rd Edition
- 6 hour on-demand webinar
- Access to the recording of this webinar will be available to registrants for until December 15, 2021. A message confirming registration that includes information about how to access the recording and handouts will be emailed to registrants immediately after purchase. Due to the time-frame of EMDRIA Credit approval, all registrants must fully complete this course by December 23, 2021, to receive credit.
- $120 includes access to recording, handouts, and EMDRIA Credits (if eligible).
EMDRIA Credit and CEUs
- 6.0 EMDRIA Credits (EC Program Approval Number #20001-DL05). Certificates will be emailed to participants upon completion of course evaluation and learning assessment.
- This on-demand webinar has been approved for 6.0 CEUs by R. Cassidy Seminars. CEUs may be purchased separately for a fee of $40 here.
All MID documents are available free of charge to clinicians and researchers at www.mid-assessment.com. Registrants for this on-demand webinar will receive two additional handouts to support learning and integration of the MID and associated material into clinical practice.
The Multidimensional Inventory of Dissociation (MID) has become a valuable assessment tool for trauma-focused clinicians–and EMDR practitioners in particular–both to determine the presence of pathological dissociation and to develop more fine-grained interventions for preparation and successful trauma accessing/reprocessing. The MID is a 218-item, self-administered instrument with 168 dissociation items and 50 validity items developed by Paul F. Dell, PhD (2006, 2011). The MID reliably differentiates and offers a diagnostic impression for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Otherwise Specified Dissociative Disorder, Dissociative Identity Disorder, Functional Neurological Symptom Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder.
Although some advanced EMDR trainings and publications address these complexities, ‘basic’ EMDR therapy trainings historically have not. Therapists new to EMDR gain a powerful tool, yet they are frequently caught unprepared to recognize dissociative features, conceptualize treatment in terms of dissociation, or modify treatment when dissociative symptoms pose a treatment challenge.
Participants will be introduced to the MID in this ‘walk-through,’ during which they will learn to administer and score the MID; navigate the MID Analysis to enter data, interpret results, and conduct a follow-up interview; and begin to understand how the information offered up by the MID Report may influence treatment. Those who are new to the study of dissociation will also learn about later-treatment phase Indicators to go back and assess for pathological dissociation, as well as, in a concrete way, to connect MID impressions with what clinicians may see (or have already seen) in client sessions.
Case examples will be discussed, with particular attention paid to how certain clusters of dissociative symptoms could influence clinician’s decisions regarding the use of specific kinds of preparation and trauma accessing methods. Implications for stabilization and potential markers for readiness for trauma accessing in an EMDR therapy frame will be offered.
MID documents are available without charge to mental health professionals and researchers at www.mid-assessment.com. Registrants are highly encouraged to download the MID Analysis, MID (questions), and Interpretive manual in preparation for attending this webinar.
(Note: MID Analysis v5.2 reflects an incremental update made 1 October, 2020).
Parts 1 & 2:
1) Identify at least 3 areas that have been updated or changed in the MID Analysis v5.x and 3rd Edition of the Interpretive Manual.
2) Describe and identify key indicators to assess further for pathological dissociation early in treatment (before trauma accessing), and when concerns arise throughout treatment.
3) Complete administration, scoring, and navigation of the MID Analysis to input test-taker responses.
Parts 3 & 4:
4) Interpret and view results of the MID Report.
5) Perform a clinical interview to clarify results of the assessment and direction of treatment.
6) Describe several unique applications of the MID Report, based on case examples.
7) Describe how the MID can be used to clarify diagnosis and guide treatment planning in both clinical and consultation roles.
Content & Timeline
This on-demand webinar was recorded on December 5, 2020, in four 90-minute segments.
Part 1 (90 minutes)
▫ Myths and Facts about Dissociation
▫ MID: At-a-Glance
▫ Key MID Concepts: Mindset and 23 Symptoms
▫ Introduction to the MID Documents
▫ Administering the MID: Why, When, and What
▫ Overview of the MID Report
Part 2 (90 minutes)
▫ Keys to Understanding The MID Report
▫ The Extended MID Report
▫ Reading and Understanding the MID Report Line and Bar Graphs
▫ Making Sense of the Initial MID Results – Developing Hypotheses and Questions
▫ Capacity to Report – Factors
▫ Additional Uses and Settings
Part 3 (90 minutes)
▫ Making sense of the initial MID Results – developing hypotheses and questions
▫ Preparing for, conducting, and concluding the follow-up interview
▫ OSDD-1 case example
Part 4 (90 minutes)
▫ 3-Stage/Triphasic Model, Dissociative Phobias, & Treatment Trajectories
▫ Capacity to report – factors
▫ Contextualizing 23 symptoms identified and measured by the MID: Why do these matter for therapy?
▫ Case examples
▫ Additional uses and settings
Level of Content
Intermediate. Participants are not required to have completed EMDR therapy training. Prior use of the MID, knowledge of dissociation, and familiarity with the terms and procedures will be helpful to new learners, but not required.
Psychologists, Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, Counselors
- This is an on-demand webinar. No refunds will be given. Questions or grievances may be addressed to email@example.com
There is no commercial interest or support for this program. All required and associated materials are available without charge.
- Jennifer Madere