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DNMS Resource Development Protocol

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  1. DNMS Resource Development Protocol

  2. Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy is a therapy model consisting of several protocols Resource Development Protocol is one of them I’ll briefly introduce the whole model I’ll explore the Resource development part in detail Origins

  3. The DNMS Developer • Shirley Jean Schmidt, LPC • Evolving over last 13 years • First as techniques solely to support to EMDR • Now a stand-alone model • Pieces of it can be used support other modalities

  4. My Story • Use this slide to tell about your experiences using the Resource Development Protocol

  5. This Presentation DNMS Overview RDP Introduction Client Preparation Resource Mobilization Provisional Resources RDP Complications DNMS Training

  6. The DNMS Underpinnings Children grow and develop in stages Each stage involves a set of needs Degree to which developmental needs were not adequately met… …is the degree to which a person may be stuck in childhood DNMS Overview

  7. DNMS Underpinnings Being stuck means you can be fine one minute Then suddenly see the world through the eyes of a sad, angry, or fearful child DNMS Overview

  8. DNMS Underpinnings A child may become stuck after significant abuse, neglect, rejection, or enmeshment simple parenting failures DNMS Overview

  9. DNMS Underpinnings Sometimes well-meaning caregivers unknowingly make poor parenting choices experience hardships DNMS Overview

  10. DNMS Underpinnings Some child parts of self are stuck in reaction to wounding people from the past Some child parts of self are stuck mimicking wounding people from the past The parts mimicking wounding people constantly retraumatize those reacting to wounding people DNMS Overview

  11. What is the DNMS? The DNMS is an ego state therapy Endeavors to help adult clients get wounded parts of self unstuck from the past Providing relief for awide range of symptoms and issues DNMS Overview

  12. What the DNMS Treats Emotional wounds from unmet childhood needs wounding relationships This includes Trauma wounds Attachment wounds DNMS Overview

  13. Wounded Parts of Self DNMS classifies wounded parts as Reactive parts Maladaptive introjects DNMS Overview

  14. Reactive Parts You’re bad. I’m bad. DNMS Overview • Parts of self thatform in reaction to significant people who are physically and/or emotionally wounding

  15. Maladaptive Introjects You’re bad. DNMS Overview • Parts of self that mimic significantpeople who are physically and/or emotionally wounding You’re bad.

  16. Reactive Parts and Introjects Interact I’m bad. DNMS Overview • Introjects convey a wounding person’s message to reactive parts • Keeping childhood wounds alive into adulthood You’re bad.

  17. DNMS Begins with Resource Parts of Self DNMS Overview

  18. Identify Wounded Parts DNMS Overview I’m worthless You’re worthless

  19. Switching the Dominance Protocol DNMS Overview I’m worthless You’re worthless

  20. Switching the Dominance Protocol DNMS Overview

  21. Needs Meeting Protocol – Into the Healing Circle DNMS Overview

  22. Needs Meeting Protocol – Meeting Needs DNMS Overview

  23. Needs Meeting Protocol – Processing Emotions DNMS Overview Arghh!

  24. Needs Meeting Protocol – Bonding DNMS Overview

  25. Needs Meeting Protocol – Totally Unstuck DNMS Overview Yeah!

  26. Healing By Neural Integration Siegel: Self-regulation is accomplished with the process of neural integration… …as functional linkages are made between disparate regions of the brain Stuck in the past Living in the present DNMS Overview

  27. Before the DNMS: Neural Disconnection DNMS Overview Adaptive Isolated child part is stuck in the past “I’m bad” Mature, sensitive, loving, attuned Resources “You’re okay” Disturbance Present AdaptiveNeural Network

  28. During the DNMS: Neural Connection Forms Neural Pathway DNMS Overview Mature, sensitive, loving, attuned Resources “You’re okay” Isolated child part is stuck in the past “I’m bad” Disturbance Resolving AdaptiveNeural Network

  29. After the DNMS: Neural Connection Established DNMS Overview Integrated child part is totally unstuck “I’m okay” Mature, sensitive, loving, attuned Resources “You’re okay” Totally Unstuck = Neural Integration = Disturbance Resolved

  30. Neural Architecture Many clients lack the neural architecture to regulate emotions well DNMS endeavors to develop/strengthen the neural networks neural pathways for self-regulation of emotion DNMS Overview

  31. Neural NetworksDeveloped/Strengthened DNMS Overview

  32. Neural Pathways Developed/Strengthened DNMS Overview

  33. Primary Agent for Change Not the interpersonal relationship DNMS Overview

  34. Primary Agent for Change But the intrapersonal relationship DNMS Overview

  35. Alternating Bilateral Stimulation (ABS) First used in EMDR therapy Applied with rapid back and forth eye movements alternating auditory stimulation alternating bilateral tactile DNMS Overview

  36. Alternating Bilateral Stimulation Stickgold: ABS applied in therapy allows isolated neural networks to more easily connect to positive, adaptive neural networks Knows Trauma is Over Stuck in Trauma DNMS Overview

  37. Alternating Bilateral Stimulation Used during the DNMS to strengthen connection To each Resource To the Resource team (Healing Circle) between wounded parts and the Resources Also used to facilitate emotional repair DNMS Overview

  38. Questions?

  39. This Presentation DNMS Overview RDP Introduction Client Preparation Resource Mobilization Provisional Resources RDP Complications DNMS Training

  40. The Value of Mobilizing Client Resources Develops affect management skills Improves trauma processing efficiency/comfort Source of internal wisdom Strengthens internal locus of control RDP Introduction

  41. Resource Parts of Self in Other Models Using wise, caring, mature parts of self to nurture wounded child parts is not new Other ego state and trauma therapies do it Often lack a system for verifying nurturing parts of self are competent RDP Introduction

  42. Resource Parts of Self in Other Models Incompetent “Resources” are not helpful Some cannot readily mobilize Resources May feel shame that they cannot “do it right” Can exacerbate a sense of inadequacy RDP Introduction

  43. Importance of Robust Resources DNMS success depends on robust Resources Protocol described here designed to: Establish robust Resources Verify they are robust Signal when processing blocks are present Later I’ll describe how blocks are cleared RDP Introduction

  44. Overview Special guided meditations connect clients to… RDP Introduction

  45. Benefits of Resources Can provide compassion, wisdom, empathy, reassurance, and advice, at any time, for any topic… during sessions between sessions RDP Introduction

  46. Five Steps Three Preparation Steps General orientation Discussion of anchor experiences Discuss potential blocks & authentic processing Two Resource Mobilization Steps Guided meditations Healing Circle RDP Introduction

  47. This Presentation DNMS Overview RDP Introduction Client Preparation Resource Mobilization Provisional Resources RDP Complications DNMS Training

  48. 1. Orient to Nurturing & Protective Adult Self Nurturing Adult Self:A state of mind that can competently nurture a loved one Protective Adult Self: A state of mind that can competently protect a loved one Client Preparation

  49. They are not superhuman They have needs They are imperfect They are vulnerable They can experience the full range of emotions 1. Orient to Nurturing & Protective Adult Self Client Preparation

  50. They can meet their own needs regulate their own emotions manage their own vulnerabilities learn and grow from their mistakes 1. Orient to Nurturing & Protective Adult Self Client Preparation