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  • Tags: Blocked Processing

Why do some patients respond simply and positively to standard EMDR reprocessing while others show occasional, mild ineffective responses that can be resolved quickly with interweaves? Why do some patients present disrupted reprocessing sessions time…

When EMDR goes at it is suppose to, there is no psychotherapeutic procedure as remarkable, effective, and efficient for the treatment of trauma based disturbance and especially PTSD. However, as with all psychotherapy, things do not always go…

Participants will: 1) be able to describe the three phases of treatment; 2) be able to use at least three ego strengthening methods using EMDR, including identification, development, and installation of inner and outer resources important for…

EMDR therapists need specific and advanced understanding of the EMDR method, as well as additional skills, to complete treatment successfully. In this workshop the overall course of treatment with EMDR is briefly outlined, but specific areas are…

Unresolved anger, when not previously identified or prepared for, can halt EMDR processing in an instant. It is often at the root of or an integral part of the clinical picture for individuals suffering from anxiety disorders, depression and some…

This three hour workshop will address three important advanced EMDR issues: (1) Exploring clinical and personal issues that arise for the therapist when using EMDR, (2) Exploring when processing gets stuck or slowed down for the client when using…
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