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This research investigated the efficacy of an operantly cognitive-behavioural trauma treatment protocol (TTP) in two cases that had previously been treated unsuccessfully with EMDR. In line with previous research, both participants improved following…

Objective: This study surveyed practices in treating childhood PTSD among child psychiatrists and non-M.D. therapists with self-identified interest in treating traumatized children. Method: An anonymous survey was mailed to 207 child psychiatrists…

Uitgevoerd een cross-over studie van de werkzaamheid van EMDR en in vivo exposure bij de behandeling van spinangst bij kinderen en adolescenten. Human Ss: 22 Nederlandse school-kinderen en adolescenten (leeftijd van 10-14 jaar) (spinangst). Ss werden…

This research project evaluated the effectiveness of using Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) techniques on children and adolescents (N = 20) between the ages of 7 to 18, who were experiencing anxiety due to traumatic memories. EMDR…

The treatment with EMDR of a boy with generalized tic disorder is demonstrated with video material. This boy who had heart surgery at age 4 developed a generalized acute tic disorder at age 11 after an episode of reanimation as a result of an…

On Tuesday. November llth 2004 in Gevelsberg, Germany a traffic accident happened with a truck and a school bus. A number of children were slightly injured. 17 pupils of a basic school were involved. A part of them were in need of acute ambulatory…

Type I traumata in children are often quick and rewarding therapies. But sometimes even in uncomplicated cases there is only limited progress in therapy. Exemplary with the case vignette of a three year old boy, bitten by a dog and treated with EMDR,…

Fragments of a treatment different from the protocol Asking the client to choose the aspect of the abuse that is most difficult to her at the moment, accomponied by auditory stimuli. Installing the positive cognition while the tension is still 9…

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.

This workshop will explain through lecture, slides, and case material, how the combination of EMDR and a drawing technique, along with the most recent neuroscience, child psychiatry, and PTSD literature, strengthen the integration of traumatic…

Successful EMDR with children can require change in the parent/caregiver. Participants will learn to: 1) assess this and engage parents, while respecting their timing/decision not to be clients themselves; and 2) creatively attune the child's…

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This workshop will teach experientially how to run therapy groups for children. Specifically, it will teach Resource Installation through Dance/Movement Therapy techniques utilizing EMDR protocol, how to deal with disruptive behaviors by empowering…

This workshop will: 1) provide a theoretical assumptive base from which participants may derive a cognitive framework for understanding the interactive/synergistic treatment of two transformational therapeutic processes; 2) extend and deepen the…

Participants will: 1) understand the subtleties and complexities of abusive relationships; 2) be able to assess children for subtle signs of abuse and coercion, including brainwashing; 3) be taken through a case of successful treatment of a…

Many children and adolescents who present for serious behavior problems have been adopted both from here and from other counties. Parents and teachers are not prepared to deal with the attachment disorders that are part of the child. This workshop…

Many clinicians who work with children and adolescents struggle with applying the basic protocol for EMDR for this population. It can feel overwhelming for the clinician to be creative within their own practice without support for what they are…

Participants will learn: 1) to recognize a range of posttraumatic symptoms of young children who are neonatal intensive care nursery graduates; 2) to integrate EMDR into play therapy to address these posttraumatic symptoms; 3) to identify parental…

Participants will learn to: 1) select patient who could benefit from this method; 2) treat school-aged children with diffuse worries; 3) use narrative therapy techniques to externalize "The Worries," and to desensitize targets with EMDR; and 4)…

Participants will learn: 1) to understand and define the term "trauma-based diagonsis;" 2) to detail the differences between trauma-based diagnoses and DSM-IV diagnoses; 3) to detail trauma characteristics that affect treatment length in EMDR; 4) to…

This symposium features reports on two randomized controlled studies. The first study is of EMDR (as part of a multi-component treatment) compared to standard care only for 300 incarcerated teens in several New York state facilities. The second study…

This workshop will provide a comprehensive system for effectively applying the eight phases of the EMDR protocol with any age client. Participants will learn: 1) Three critical components of effective EMDR Case Conceptualization with children; 2)…

Disruptive behavior disorders such as Conduct Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Tourette's Disorder, Intermittent Explosive Disorder and, to a lesser extent, some children with Bipolar Disorder, are among the most difficult conditions for…

Our initial research study explored the therapist's ability to demonstrate fidelity to the EMDR protocol with young children. While data collection focused on documenting fidelity to the EMDR protocol, ancillary data emerged that identified skills…

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This half-day workshop focuses on how staying true to eight phases of the EMDR model will result in successful treatment outcomes with children ages 2-10. Participants will be provided with specific and creative bilateral techniques to use with…

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Companion to Using EMDR with children. This article covers consists of three measures which are simple, user-friendly, and may be helpful in tracking a child's progress in treatment

Tammy, a vivacious 6-year-old, was brought to my office by her parents who had observed the development of ritualistic behaviors soon after Tammy started to walk. These rituals consisted of arranging her toys to such a precise degree that she was…

I provide some of the questions that people have asked at my trainings on working with children in a family context.

This workshop will feature a treatment intervention for traumatized children who have experienced incident based trauma. The intervention is being utilized in a controlled study funded by the Centers for Disease Control lnjury Prevention Grant at…

Developmental and systemic perspectives support incorporating the caregiver/family in EMDR treatment of children and adolescents to maximize efficacy and minimize risks. Participants will learn to: 1) identify multiple options, risk factors, and…

Because many clinicians struggle with applying the EMDR protocols with children and adolescents, this workshop will provide a panel of professionals from different fields of expertise to lead a discussion on this topic. The members of the panel are…

What is particularly unique is that this presenter has documented verbatim scripts and filmed sessions of two families over a time span covering 8 years. It is possible from this data to track recurring themes and issues and demonstrate how EMDR was…

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"Hospital trauma" may result when medical procedures are painful or frightening, making a child feel threatened or helpless. This presentation will describe three cases of trauma resulting from necessary medical treatment. Participants will watch…

Building upon the concepts and pricipals outline in the Keynote, clinical implications for the neurodevelopmental understanding of childhood trauma will be presented. Specific assessment processes, treatment planning activities and intervention…

Selective mutism is a relatively rare disorder in which individuals who have the ability to speak and comprehend spoken language are unable to speak in specific social situations. This condition is typically resistant to intervention, becoming more…

We will present the results of a randomized treatment outcome study of 32 children. Half were assigned to treatment with EMDR, while half were assigned to a delayed treatment group. Children resistant to a prior brief counseling treatment were…

The Special Interest Group (SIG) for children and adolescents is the first group to approach EMDRIA and ask for a formal organizational status. This group is devoted to fostering the development and availability of EMDR for children and adolescents.…
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