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This workshop is directed at working with school age children (6-12) who are diagnosed as developmentally delayed, ADD-ADHD, or with Aspergers or Tourettes Disorders. Included will be case conceptualization, treatment-building, and skill building.

The objectives of this presentation are to define ADHD in the various ways it presents adults, using EMDR cognitions and observations of clients as clues; then, to clarify why and EMDR works differently before, during, and after diagnosis, The…

Many clinicians who work with children and adolescents struggle with applying the basic protocol for EMDR for this population as well as focus on clinical issues that can be treated effectively with EMDR. It can feel overwhleming for the clinican to…

Using EMDR to treat children diagnosed with ADHD is challenging on many levels. Differentiating the effects of trauma versus pure ADHD or other diagnoses such as OCD, learning disabilities, and even autism is difficult at best because these symptoms…

I had been doing EMDR with children for a number of years for trauma and resultant anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, nightmares, hair pulling and a variety of symptoms, with excellent results. EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitization and…

For kids with ADHD, movement is medicine. They often are asked to sit still and pay attention when their natural impulse is to move. What if they were validated and encouraged to trust this instinct and to use it creatively?

This presentation will focus on illustrating decision points in EMDR in case conceptualization with children involving complex diagnoses. Videotapes will include sessions with young children diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD),…

As the game progressed, I provided some narrative designed to counter the limiting belief that it’s not OK to be focused on one thing. The SUDS reduced with each set of repetitions and very gradually I reduced the number of stimuli being presented…

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a recent, complex and increasingly popular method of psychotherapy that integrates successful elements of a wide range of therapeutic approaches. It uses eye movements or other forms of…

L’EMDR è stato applicato in un caso di una ragazza d’anni nove, Iris, affetta da ADHD (DSM – IV F90. 0). L’EMDR è stato integrato in un percorso di psicoterapia classica e con interventi sull’interazione dei sistemi Famiglia, Sanità, Scuola. L’EMDR è…
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