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Dans le travail avec les États du Moi (Ego-State Therapy) on parle de l’importance de focaliser sur l’orientation temps-espace-contexte pour les différentes parties émotionnelles (ou États du moi) afin de promouvoir une stabilisation et…

Die Arbeit mit inneren Anteilen ist in vielen Therapieschulen und -modellen bekannt. Sie belebt und vertieft die Psychotherapie und bereichert das Handwerkszeug der Therapeuten. Als ergänzende und begleitende Behandlung im EMDR-Prozess interessieren…

By subscribing to the hypothesis that the right brain is important for the recognition and expression of emotion whereas the left brain is the site of the language centre, then Schmidt’s combination of using ego state therapy, drawn images and EMDR…

This interactive, “how to” workshop stresses the need for integrating ego state/parts work with EMDR therapy and demonstrates via video clips, case presentation, and practice both basic and advanced aspects of this approach. Participants will…

The combination of EMDR and Ego-State-Therapy (EST) does not only provide helpful tools in clinical practice, but also the two theoretical frameworks have a lot in common: - working with memory networks (EMDR) can be understood as working with a…

Attachment disorders, chronic stressful, traumatizing experiences can create dissociative tendencies in the psychic structure. The dissociative spectrum ranges from deep structural dissociation to subtle forms of dissociation like Ego States. My…

Trauma in the attachment period causes profound disruption in development of affect regulation, attachment and state switching capacity. Working in this time period is possible by interweaving old and new methods: 1) Ego state therapy…

This workshop initially provides an overview of dissociation and how it impacts on EMDR processing. There will be an explanation of Ego State Therapy (EST) and how it fits with EMDR to provide the stabilization clients need, as well as dealing with…

EMDR, ego state therapy, attachment repair and forgiveness in the treatment of eating disorders explores the presence of dissociation in clients with eating disorders, particularly anorexia nervosa. The approach employs an EMDR phase model, expanding…

This conference presentation abstract summarizes a workshop that addresses EMDR treatment for dissociative disorders by integrating EMDR technique, ego-state therapy and developmental blueprinting. Diagnostic and treatment considerations are…

This study used a quantitative, single-case study design to examine the effectiveness of the integration of intensive eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) and ego state therapy for the treatment of an individual diagnosed with…

This article is an excerpt from Healing the Heart of Trauma and Dissociation with EMDR and Ego State Therapy (edited by Carol Forgash and Margaret Copeley, 2007, pp. 1-59). The preparation phase of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)…

Today, the dreaming mind is understood to improve learning, organize novel solutions to problems from waking consciousness and, thus, creatively support survival. This function, of finding new creative solutions, is also observed in the…

We all display particular patterns of thinking, feeling and acting, depending on the situation. The transition is usually seamless in well-adjusted people, but where there has been disrupted attachment or sustained early life trauma the result is…

There are two workshops that are similar, in that they describe ways to work with dissociative clients in the phased approach recommended by the Treatment Guidelines of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, to which Dr.…

There are two workshops that are similar, in that they describe ways to work with dissociative clients in the phased approach recommended by the Treatment Guidelines of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, to which Dr.…

EMDR Power Tip #1 • Staying out of the way ensures that the therapy is about the client—not us • Interpretations make the client object to therapist’s subject role [Excerpt]

This workshop will explore family dynamics contributing to ego fragmentation and interlocking ego state conflict in individual and couples therapy. Participants will learn a model for EMDR-based assessment and treatment planning, describe ego state…

The aim of this paper is to illustrate a self-reparation model within the framework of a supervision conducted my me. a therapy plan was defined for my colleague whose patent’s traumatic experience brought to light her own unresolved traumatic…

This workshop will explore the presence of dissociation in clients with eating disorders, particularly anorexia nervosa. The approach employs an EMDR phase model, expanding the evaluation and preparation phases. Preparation presents a 4-step method…

We all display particular patterns of thinking, feeling and acting, depending on the situation. The transition is usually seamless in well-adjusted people, but where there has been disrupted attachment or sustained early life trauma the result is…

Mit großer Freude kann ich dieses „Highlight“ mit der international führenden Spezialistin der Trauma- Therapie, von Dissoziationsstörungen und auch der Schmerz- Therapie ankündigen. Maggie Phillips gilt ja schon seit vielen Jahren als eine…

In this workshop, EMDR and Ego state integrated treatment will be presented as a clinical model for dealing with current life and health problems which the presence of dissociation and PTSD exacerbates for complex trauma survivors (CTS). There are…

The integration of EMDR with Ego State Therapy will be presented as a comprehensive approach to treatment of the wide spectrum of personality disorders. These diagnostic categories include individuals manifesting character pathology, borderline…

This chapter examines ego state theory, EMDR, and contextual therapy. It looks specifically these three concepts in couples therapy. A case example is used to illustrate EMDR in couples therapy.

We all display particular patterns of thinking, feeling and acting, depending on the situation. The transition is usually seamless in well-adjusted people, but where there has been disrupted attachment or sustained early life trauma the result is…

Psychology increasingly recognizes the role of the body in healing from unresolved traumatic experience. In pursuit of an integration of mind and body medicine, current trends and practices offer a wealth of strategies to access raw traumatic…

Participants will be able to 1) Identify three skills to observe bodily held trauma material, 2) Analyze a model of transforming trauma through resources, and 3) Identify a hypnoprojective method for bringing somatically held material into conscious…

This article discusses ACT-AS-IF and ARCHITECTS approach to utilizing ego state therapy, somatic psychotherapy and EMDR with highly dissociative clients.

The behavioural, emotional, somatic, and cognitive aspects of traumatic memory often remain fragmented, but present through symptomology. The EMDR practitioner is challenged to process key aspects of clients’ traumatic histories, with incomplete…

This workshop uses the EMDR eight-phase model to provide an overview for treatment of people with eating disorders. The preparation phase highlights a 4-step method of teaching emotional competence, and the use of ego state therapy to free the Self…

Therapists who choose to work with clients with dissociative identity disorder (DID) enter into the complex, confusing worlds of some of the most wounded clients they will ever encounter. For that very reason, they are the people who are most in need…

This chapter will explore several uses of hypnosis and EMDR that can help to accomplish these objectives. Expert consensus is that trauma clients must move through an ordered process designed to strengthen and stabilize them before progressing to the…

This chapter will describe the application of the collaborative treatment model to clients who undergo EMDR and ego state therapy with a specialist in addition to their regular therapy. EMDR and ego state therapy specialists are uniquely positioned…

Often clients require extensive preparatory work to ensure that they have the ego strength to allow them to experience EMDR. Failure to do this may result in harm to the client and litigation against the therapist. Ego strengthening is required where…
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