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  • Tags: Blocking Beliefs

When we were all trained in EMDR therapy, trainers said all you have to do is say, “Go with that” and everything will change. While EMDR therapy is amazingly effective, it is often not quite that simple. Sometimes our clients’ processing stops, and…

Sometime, EMDR processing can be blocked by a belief or “point of view” that the client has about the problem that is the focus of treatment. The situation can be difficult if the blocking belief is hidden to both client and therapist. Often the…

Corrected version of worksheet to be used with: Knipe, J.,(1997, December), Identifying hidden blocking beliefs, EMDRIA Newsletter, 2(6), 10-11

Sometimes a client's blocking belief will be right out their and apparent to both the client and therapist, and it can be useful to ask some version of the question, "Even though you believe (e.g. you can never get over this problem), would it be…

The Adaptive Information Processing Model can provide a potent conceptual framework for working with clients experiencing "stuck points" in their love relationships. In this workshop. participants will learn to apply the model to trauma-related love…

Participants will: 1) review the three stage EMDR protocol with emphasis being placed on the technical aspects of identifying and targeting present and future anxiety producing incidents; 2) learn present and future template set-up; 3) discuss how to…
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