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Purpose:The purpose of this paper is to describe the Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR) treatment of an adult female patient detained within a high secure hospital with complex mental health difficulties, including complex trauma,…

This presentation will illustrate the use of the methods of Level of Urge to Avoid (LOUA) and Constant Installation of Present Orientation and Safety (CIPOS) in the treatment of a severely dissociative Vietnam veteran with dysfunctional childhood…

It is important for therapist and client alike to know when a client is drifting into derealization, that is, losing a felt sense of the reality and safety of the present situation. For clients who are potentially dissociative, the degree of…

The aim of the paper would be to present a series of case studies relating to use of the CIPOS procedure (Eckers, 2009) with children and young people. Practice issues and areas for future development will be considered, together with feedback from…

During this keynote the so called CIPOS procedure will be fully explained which is helpful with clients who are vulnerable to dissociative abreaction (e.g. DID, DDNOS). This involves first a method for measuring degree of dissociation during a…

When processing trauma material during the EMDR session, we often see the spontaneous appearance of resource material. This helps patients to come to terms with the traumatic memory. With complex traumatized patients, this material appears far less…

It is clear from over 17 published studies that the EMDR method is highly effective in assisting clients in resolving PTSD (Maxfield and Hyer, 2002). However, most clients who enter therapy do not have a simple problem of a single disturbing memory,…

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The CIPOS method can be used to extend the healing power of EMDR to many clients who are potentially vulnerable to dissociative abreaction because of a dissociative personality structure, or because of the client's intense fear of their own memory…

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The Constant Installation of Present Orientation and Safety (CIPOS) method is helpful in assisting children to overcome their fear of their traumatic memories. With the help of a strong, basic feeling of security and stability, the child focuses on…

It is clear from over 17 published studies that the EMDR method is highly effective in assisting clients in resolving PTSD (Maxfield and Hyer, 2002). However, most clients who enter therapy do not have a simple problem of a single disturbing memory,…
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