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Independientemente de los modelos teóricos explicativos, en la experiencia de nuestros pacientes la disociación cumple una función protectora. Ésta, sin embargo, se vuelve desadaptativa cuando la exposición al peligro terminó. El reprocesamiento de…

Sandra Paulsen has written of the “ubiquity of dissociation” (2014) and also that “dissociation is the engine...not the caboose” of traumatic symptoms (emdrandbeyond.com/ blog/2018/4/13/screening-for-did-and-more). If dissociation drives trauma…

Early in the development of EMDR therapy, some clinicians observed that reprocessing more often moved clients presenting with dissociative disorders into dysregulated states rather than toward an expected, adaptive resolution. In recent years, EMDR…

Background and aimsEMDR therapy is an evidence-based treatment for PTSD [1]. Much less evidence has been published on its efficacy with panic disorder (PD) [2]. This 3-hour workshop will review the literature on the efficacy of EMDR therapy,…

BackgroundTrauma Aid Germany (TAG) is one of the largest Trauma Capacity Building NGO’s within the EMDR therapy community. Psychological trauma is a silent epidemic which presents as a global public health issue, often in the form of PTSD &…

The workshop will introduce a collection of ego state therapy interventions from the Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy (DNMS) for stabilizing dysregulated, dissociative, and attachment-wounded clients. It will describe ways to talk directly to…

This presentation provides clinicians with research and clinically informed treatment plans for alleviating symptoms of panic across of range of cases. Clinical examples and guidelines are presented for identifying targets, when to extend preparation…

Sexual violence is a prevalent traumatic experience that can lead to PTSD. EMDR is one of the treatments proven to be effective in treating PTSD. Recently the implementation of EMDR as an early intervention, Early EMDR, has been studied. There is no…

A high proportion of patients in child and adolescent psychiatry with significant dissociative symptomatology after early childhood traumatization may go undiagnosed, be wrongly diagnosed and/or inappropriately treated. The diagnostics and treatment…

Background:Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) have been empirically validated as effective psychotherapeutic interventions for treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). This single…

Background: Trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are prevalent in patients with personality disorders. Despite the established efficacy of eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR) for PTSD, EMDR has barely been examined in…

Jamie Marich, PhD, is a certified EMDR therapist, approved consultant, and approved training provider. She is the author of two best-selling books on EMDR therapy, EMDR Made Simple (2011) and EMDR Therapy and Mindfulness for Trauma-Focused Care with…

Many dissociative clients are too dysregulated for EMDR. This presentation will teach several Phase 2 interventions—from the Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy (DNMS)—for stabilizing attachment-wounded child parts central to emotion dysregulation.…

A great deal of fear still abounds about working with clients who dissociate. To address this fear, EMDR therapists are challenged to move beyond the technicalities of theoretical models like structural dissociation and to develop a more…

Ce travail vise a` amener des e´ le´ments de re´ flexion sur ce qu’il est possible de faire d’un point de vue the´ rapeutique avec des patients auteurs d’infractions a` caracte` re sexuel. Nous discuterons dans un premier temps des diffe´ rentes…

Dissociative processes are at the heart of the traumatic sequelae, a timeless battle between knowing and not knowing, feeling and not feeling, remembering and not remembering. Representing the polar opposite of an integration, the hallmark EMDR…

Eating disorders (EDs) require a multidisciplinary approach, rather than a hammer-and-nail perspective. Based upon recent research and more than a decade of clinical experience, this article highlights the need to include a trauma-informed and…

Les sévices auto-infligés constituent une stratégie de coping actionnée par le trauma qui peut se comprendre du point de vue du modèle du Traitement adaptatif de l'information (TAI) et se prendre en charge par la psychothérapie EMDR…

Ce travail de thèse raconte un cheminement de clinicienne, avec des allers retours entre une pratique psychothérapeutique et une réflexion conceptuelle, tentant de cheminer vers une démarche intégrative permettant d'aborder les situations…

Le trauma peut être regardé comme un figement du système nerveux face à une menace. Lorsquece trauma se transforme en traumatisme, l’EMDR apporte, par un système de stimulations bilatéralesdu cerveau, un complément thérapeutique. L’auteur…

In this article, I describe various tools to support EMDR treatment. Those are how we collect positive aspects in the traumatic event in client history taking phase, how we link with positive aspects by using cognitive interweave, and how we keep…

Background:Substance use disorders (SUD) are patterns of substance use leading to severe impairment on social, working and economic levels. In vivo and clinical findings have enhanced the role of the brain's stress-related system in maintaining SUD…

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is a psychotherapeutic approach with recognized efficiency in treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), which is being used and studied in other psychiatric diagnoses partially based on adverse and…

In order for a child to recover from psychological symptoms or behavioral problems, a healthy parent-child relationship must exist. The relationship in which parents validate their child's negative emotions and somatic sensations is required to allow…

The purpose of this study is to explore the applicability and efficacy of EMDR in treating clients with relational trauma and dissociative (DD) in Taiwan.Case study was conducted to examine clients' subjective expereinces and changing courses…

Many EMDR practitioners are surprised to encounter unsuspected somatic or structural dissociation well into treatment with trauma patients. This presentation provides necessary and perhaps painful insights needed to avoid the therapeutic…

Clinicians often struggle with understanding the functional dynamics of Eating Disorders (ED). To successfully treat ED with EMDR, clinicians must be able to identify two crucial aspects of the core issues underlying these disorders: defenses and…

The purpose of the study was to explore the applicability and efficacy of EMDR with relational trauma and dissociation. Subjects were two clients who shows signs of dissociative part, having compulsive behavior and sudden shift of emotion, behavior…

In 2008, Martin Dorahy, Ingo Schäfer and I published a book called ‘Psychosis, Trauma and Dissociation’. It contained 24 chapters from experts throughout the world commenting on historical, research and clinical perspectives linking trauma,…

This presentation will focus on practical and creative strategies for working with children with severe dysregulation of the affective system. These include children exhibiting insecure patterns of attachment, complex PTSD and dissociative symptoms.…

Emotion dysregulation is a frequent feature in trauma-related disorders. Different kinds of emotion dysregulation seem to be linked to particular psychiatric conditions, and there is growing evidence of the association between neurobiological…

Wie bereits in einem früheren Artikel in dieser Zeitschrift dargelegt, können Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)-Behandler, die Patienten mit komplexen traumabezogenen Störungen behandeln, von der Kenntnis und der Anwendung der…

therapeutic progress of a 15 yr old boy with a fragmented-dissociated mind due to years of emotional, physical and sexual abuse by his father. The Adaptive Information Processing (AIP) model that informs Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing…

Both psychoform and somatoform dissociation has been related to early, severe, and chronic traumatization. Somatoform dissociation includes, but it is not limited to conversive disorders. Hyper and hypo-arousal, under and over-controlling strategies…

Self-harm is frequently a trauma-driven coping strategy that can be understood from the perspective of the adaptive information processing (AIP) model and treated with eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy (Shapiro, 1995,…

This workshop introduces two conceptual frameworks. The optimal zone of arousal and node isolation theory and techniques. The first is for assessing readiness for, and identifying obstacles to safe phase four processing. The second describes a…
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