|Manual - Trauma-Related Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders (2.64 MB)||84 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Greg Nooney, LISW has worked with seriously mentally ill individuals for over three decades and has received specialized training in treating severely dissociated clients. He has worked with clients with dissociative disorders throughout his career and has a special passion of helping other clinicians learn effective ways to treat these individuals. Greg has taught workshops and conferences on ethics, narrative therapy practices, treating severe trauma, and burnout.
He has worked in mental health centers, in private practice and most recently at Burgess Hospital in Onawa where he was the director of the mental health section for ten years. He is an adjunct instructor at the University of Iowa School of Social Work and regularly teaches a class on the DSM to graduate students. Greg has also been a field instructor for Masters of Social Work students at the University of Iowa, University of Nebraska, and the University of North Carolina.
He began working in the mental health field in 1971, working in rehab centers and psychiatric hospitals. Greg earned his Masters in Social Work from Loyola University in Chicago in 1983.
Financial: Gregory Nooney is the director for Burgess Mental Health. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Gregory Nooney is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.
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Developmental Trauma, Symptomology and Risk Factors
Clinical Assessment Tools for Trauma and Dissociative Disorders
Problems and Solutions in the Treatment of People with Dissociative Disorders
Therapeutic Techniques that Develop Stability and Safety for Dissociating Clients
Specific Trauma Work for Dissociative Disorder Treatment Plans
Limitations of the Research and Potential Treatment Risks
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