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This workshop will provide a brief review of the concept of the cognitive interweave drawing from the new Part II EMDR Therapy Manual, and when it can be helpful to use one or more interweaves with your client. In addition, the workshop will explore…

One of the clinician’s primary tasks in EMDR treatment is to stay out of the way of the client’s processing. However, there are times when clients need a bit of assistance from the therapist. Cognitive interweave is a complicated and sometimes feared…

Door ons werk met dove en slechthorende cliënten zijn wij gedwongen ons te richten op de visuele wereld. Deze wereld is echter geenszins voorbehouden aan doven en slechthorenden. Ook bij het werken met preverbaal trauma, volwassenen en kinderen die…

This article reviews research that investigated the idiosyncratic effects of sexual abuse perpetrated by Roman Catholic priests and makes related treatment recommendations. The research determined that this distinct form of sexual trauma generated…

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

Frequently, clinicians perceive that the cognitive interweave stems from either a well-constructed table of ‘cause and effect’ criteria or is magically ‘conjured’ up by a wizardry clinician. This practical, down-to-earth, basic workshops will…

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Expands the concept of the cognitive interweave to the broader, more inclusive Therapeutic Interweave. Gives structured framework of 16 categories of Therapeutic Interweave, and strategies that enhance safety, assist with affect regulation,…

Participants will learn: 1) how to be aware of the relationship between EMDR and other psychotherapeutic paradigms in the treatment of morbid jeolousy; 2) how to identify appropriate cognitive interweave strategies in relation to morbid jealousy; 3)…

One approach to using cognitive interweave is to view the client's symptom as an ineffective attempt to meet a healthy need. If we can correctly identify the underlying need, we can seek a more efficient route toward its fulfillment . I think of this…

Collecting information properly at intake is one of the most important steps we can make in preparing to use EMDR with ourpatients. A thorough psychosocial history and interview help to highlight many possible targets and events by which an effective…

EMDR is a therapeutic approach which can be incorporated into a variety of treatment models. Accordingly, the opportunity arises from such synthetic clinical work to observe and develop innovative usage of the accelerated information processing,…

Following EMDR training, clinicians experience a steep learning curve when they attempt to implement the protocol with clients. Anecdotal evidence points to a significant reduction in numbers of EMDR trained clinicians actually utilizing it correctly…

EMDR represents an integrative model of psychotherapy at the theoretical level. During its 16-year history, it has created quite a controversy in academic psychology. Missing from these debates have been additional therapeutic elements that are…

This workshop offers a conceptual framework for systematically applying cognitive interweave. Special emphasis is placed on learning to identify clinical situations where interweaves and resource installation can be applied before, during, and after…
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