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Acute somatic illnesses can be very distressing and threatening for children. However, what are the consequences of chronic diseases? What kind of burden and challenges do these children have to face? How can EMDR support the process of coping? The…

Whereas reading body signs during EMDR sessions is general practice, designing experiments whilst keeping using the EMDR protocols is not yet very much done. In this workshop we propose ways to integrate sensorimotor work in EMDR procedures. We…

We do not have explicit memories of events early in our lives. The experiences early in life, even before birth, are stored as implicit memory in the body and the brain. Early trauma can have an immense impact on the development of the brain. It…

Following Siegel’s model (2005), the authors present a single case that undergone a therapeutic intervention with EMDR aimed to reprocess infantile traumatic memories reactivated in the parenting. A 4 year old child came to our Child Neuropsychiatric…

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It will be shown how to get into touch and how to work with traumatic and somatic ego-states by simultaneously activating resourceful ego-states in mind and body. The work will be resource integrating from top to bottom. In the body it will be from…

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According to recent neuroscience research, psychological trauma disrupts homeostasis and can negatively affect various organs and biological systems (Solomon & Heide, 2005). Somatic therapy addresses the physiological elements of the trauma by…

De gevolgen van psychotrauma manifesteren zich in de meeste gevallen in de vorm van herbelevingen, vermijding, emotionele ontregeling, concentratiestoornissen en dergelijke. Lichamelijke klachten worden inmiddels ook steeds vaker herkend als een van…

'The Body Keeps the Score' (Bessel van der. Kolk 1996). Clients who suffer from traumatic stress are often afraid of disturbing and painful symptoms. Structural Dissociation alienates from the body reactions. Clients tend to perceive the body as…

In this workshop the presenters will demonstrate how to get in touch and work with somatic ego states by simultaneously activating resourceful ego states in the body Participants will be informed about the impact trauma has on the body. They will…

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This is the first book of its kind to advocate utilizing and combining an assortment of trauma treatment models. Based on ideas put forward in the bestselling The Body Remembers, Babette Rothschild emphasizes the importance of tailoring every trauma…

Soon after I took the Level I training, I read an EMDR Newsletter article by Ron Martinez (August, 1991), in which Ron described having clients touch and press the area of their body where they were feeling emotion. (He said that he got this idea…

Clinicians can enhance EMDR results by focusing more on body sensations. This enhances results by helping clients to engage more with the target and with their feelings about the target. Through focusing on the body, clinicians will learn how to help…

Partcipants will: 1) be able to describe current research findings about post-traumatic responses at different developmental levels, and in various domains, and explore in depth the treatment implications of these findings; 2) be able to identify how…

Memory is comprised of the encoding, storage, and retrieval of information gathered from the communication network of the body's nervous system. Traumatic memory can go awry when communication between brain and nervous system become short circuited.…
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