Monday, November 28, 2011

Lowell Routley 2009 – Dissociation and Time Management

Lowell Routley 2009- Dissociation and Time Management

Lowell Routley is executive director of Heartland Trauma Initiative, created to serve survivors of extreme trauma. Over his 36 years of clinical experience in the Midwest, Lowell has listened to survivors to find what works, what doesn’t, and why. Out of those observations, he developed The Core Integrity Model. Through Heartland Trauma Initiative, Lowell provides training and consultation for therapists and survivors to explore, understand, and resolve impasses in healing.

A transcript of this talk can be found here:

Dr. Routley first spoke at the 2006 SMART Conference on the topic:
"What is a Normal Mind Like? How is Mine Different? or What Survivors Have Taught Me Over the Last Thirty Years."

Then again in 2007:
“Using the Cognitive Compass on the Healing Journey to Core Integrity.”
and in 2008:

”Am I “Real Me” or Am I “Memorex, y, z”?” also featured here:

Dr. Lowell Routley partnered with Jim McCarthy M.A. in founding Heartland Initiative in 1997. It teaches the methodology and theory behind:

Finding Core Integrity After Life's Trauma- Training and Consultation Programs of Heartland Initiative.
Heartland Initiative exists to serve survivors of traumatic experiences through education programs that establish effective treatment, consultation services that facilitate therapeutic progress, research resources that document trauma contexts and phenomenology, and fundraising programs that create affordable services.

The Routley Center for Solution-Focused Counseling, PC, exists primarily to promote emotional and spiritual health in individuals and to strengthen the institutions of marriage, family, and church. It is to that end that we provide counseling, coaching, consultations, and education. We seek to achieve this mission with the highest regard for the human being and his/her emotional, intellectual, and spiritual welfare.