EPT10-Session-3 – Dissociative Process Welcome to your EPT10-Session-3 - Dissociative Process Name Business Email Phone Number The following is a normal dissociative reaction: Out-of-body experience Violent rage Thought disruption Fuque stateChildren cannot dissociate until they have developed language that tells them how bad the treat is: True FalseRoles in the play process that would most likely represent some degree of dissociative activity would be: Zombie, mummy, ghost, and invisible Angel, clown, rock star, fortune teller Astronaut, genie, gardener, nurse Pirate, scientist, cheerleader, warriorExcessive crying can be a dissociative process. True FalseWhich is NOT a behavioral characteristic of a child dissociating in play therapy: Standing still or a frozen response during an intense trauma expression. The child is unaware of the last behavior they just did and becomes confused. While the therapist is in the perpetrator role, the child takes the magic wand and makes her disappear. The child cooks a very good meal and asks you to tell them a bed-time story.Time is Up!