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The symptoms of posttraumatic stress not only bring distress to the one who experiences them, they also have a detrimental effect upon intimate relationships. Similarly, a conflictual or insecure relationship, may aggravate PTSD. Traumatized couples…

A diagnosis of cancer can be a major challenge for a couple. Some will navigate without major upheaval, but others will face difficulties that shake the foundations of the relationship. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy can…

Victims of prolonged Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) often have had little experience in safe, healthy relationships. Many idealize or fixate on "positive moments" and minimize persistent threats and episodic violence. Some have learned to associate…

EMDR therapists who are also Family Therapists have integrated EMDR into their work mainly on a one to one basis. This workshop will demonstrate how to use EMDR conjointly with couples and families. The first step is making the decision as to when to…

This presentation outlines how EMDR and Couple's Therapy can be integrated in the field of psychotherapy. The audience will learn how to conduct a couple's therapy session based on the 8 Phases of the EMDR protocol. During this presentation, video…

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L’utilisation conjointe du modèle systémique du double lien réciproque de Mony ElKaïm et du modèle du Traitement Adaptatif de l'Information (TAI) d’EMDR est une nouvelle perspective pour la thérapie de couple. L'utilisation des deux…

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The purpose of the current research was to examine the effectiveness of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) for decreasing of deterministic thinking among couples. Deterministic thinking is an absolute thought to ignore any…

The use of both Mony Elkaïm’s systemic model and the AIP model is a new perspective for couples’therapy and for EMDR target plan and further in individual therapy where relational problems are involved. This workshop will teach present a way to…

Imago Relationship Therapy (IRT; Hendrix, 1996, 2001) is designed to process negative experiences to heal early wounds of childhood, resolve marital conflict and criticism, and increase connection and intimacy. The goal of treatment is for the…

This chapter addresses the integration of EMDR processing when working with couples in conjoint therapy, specifically targeting the problem of attachment issues. When precautions are taken, applying EMDR with couples produces the potential for a…

To help veteran couples, therapists need to understand the effect of war on the warrior, the impact of the warrior's experience on intimate relationships, and effective individual and couple treatments. These considerations are discussed in this…

It is generally held that EMDR is not to be used with couples, and I agree that it is not appropriate to do so when the primary items being dealt with are such issues as power, intimacy, trust, communication, conflict, or control of impulses and…

Based an a relatively simple protocol for finding targets specific to the partners' issues, this approach is especially effective with couples who tend to want to spend sessions complaining about each other and recounting the conflicts of the past…

The workshop begins with a discussion of which clients this technique is appropriate for. The technique is not recommended for couples in which either or both partners do not have adequate affect tolerance, observing ego, or trust of each other's…

This study utilized single session EMDR (Shapiro, 1995, 2002) and the Experiential Approach to Couples Treatment (EXACT method) to target substance abuse related trauma in non-dependent partners (NDPs) of former substance abusers. Chemical dependent…
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