Dissociation : Vol. 1, No. 2, p. 016-023 : The Bask Model Of Dissociation: Part II- Treatment

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Title: Dissociation : Vol. 1, No. 2, p. 016-023 : The Bask Model Of Dissociation: Part II- Treatment
Author: Braun, Bennett G.
Abstract: This article is a continuation of the BASK Model of Dissociation: Part I, which discussed the phenomena and theory of dissociation. It uses the previously described BASK Model (Behavior, Affect, Sensation, Knowledge levels within a time continuum) and applies it to treatment. Since treatment is a dynamic concept and knowledge is a static term, BASK is changed to BATS, wherein the active term "thought" is substituted for "knowledge." The interrelationship of the various dimensions of the BATS model is demonstrated and described. The BASK format is used to describe how a behavior, affect, thought and/or sensation clue is used to track down and synthesize the BASK/BATS components in psychotherapy through work with different personalities and/or fragments. A main thesis is that congruence of the BASK/BATS levels across the space/time continuum is required for healthy functioning. It is hoped from this discussion that the reader will get a sufficient understanding of the practical use of the BASK model and that he/she might apply it to her/his school and practice of psychotherapy.
Description: p. 016-023.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/1340
Date: 1988-06


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