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This presentation will highlight the strength and depth of the EMDR community in WNY, and future goals of moving toward increased integration amongst clinical and non-clinical service providers in areas such as sexual offending, refugee resettlement,…

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This presentation will review the national emergence of EMDR and address the local acceptance by and impact on the WNY community. Ongoing issues in the EDMR community will be covered, including the status of EMDR within agencies and insurance…

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The first South Korean EMDR basic training begun in 2003 and since then, gradual progress has been made in regard to research, practice, and dissemination. But a recent surge of social demands for trauma therapy brought by a Sewol Ferry Disaster in…

The body has been an integral part of the AIP approach and the EMDR Therapy protocol from its inception. While the EMDR Therapy protocol has included the body as one of the channels being assessed, the focus of much of the work done has been sensory,…

A Global Collaboration Enhancing community and personal Resiliency through EMDR Training and Intervention – Carol R. Martin Since its inception more than 22 years ago, Trauma Recovery, EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs (Trauma Recovery/HAP),…

Recurrent problem behaviours can be effectively understood and treated with the aid of the Cycle Model Approach. This method engages the client in self-assessment, informs treatment stages and priorities, and directs the clinician to an array of…

Exposure to childhood adversity markedly increases the risk of developing mood, anxiety, personality, substance abuse and psychotic disorders. Recent studies suggest that clinical sequelae may stem, at least in part, from enduring adverse effects on…

Complex trauma isolates people. The behaviors survivors use to address the immense pain, such as self-harm or substance abuse, can result in selfhatred, stigma, exile from family and community and, for some, incarceration. All these result in more…

Overall, the field of psychotherapy has minimized or ignored the impact of societal forces on an individual's well-being. Culturally competent EMDR therapy can do the opposite. Culturally influenced social identities, either chosen or assigned by…

The aim of this presentation is to cover recent key developments in our understanding of the working mechanism of EMDR. Insights from recent experimental research in the lab and clinic will be presented. Topics will include working memory theory;…

The contribution of the EMDR community to the latest critical and massive events occurring in Europe will be described, since EMDR therapy is having a role ofgreat interest working with victims of terroristic attacks and with the refugees and asylum…

In August 2014 Islamic State attacked Sinjar, Northern Iraq carrying out human atrocities on the Yezidi population. Yezidi female survivors were also taken as sex slaves by Jihadist fighters with some being returned via escape or through government…

The sudden influx of traumatized refugees and migrants into Europe presents acute challenges to the whole field of public and private trauma therapy. But the challenge is greater than Europe alone. There is a huge and increasing global burden of…

The presentation will start with a journalistic perspective on the Syrian/Iraqi conflict and on the living conditions of refugees in countries like Turkey, Iraqi Kurdistan, Jordan and Lebanon. Their governments are mainly focused on providing…

How to process the unresolved physical aspects of exposure to traumatic events in children? Memories of children who experienced negative or traumatic events tend to be stored in the form of images, cognitions, emotions or bodily sensations. Young…

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EMDR therapy is a successful model for dealing with serious health problems (both in the general population, and in trauma survivors). Research has shown that having a traumatic childhood marked by ACEs (Adverse Childhood Events), lead to serious…

Compassion is related to a care-giving motivation towards oneself and others. It is supported by social safety and forms the basis of emotional resilience and moral courage. This will paper will discuss the value of compassion within EMDR practice,…

In this workshop, EMDR treatment is presented as an effective clinical model for dealing with current health problems of trauma survivors, which are exacerbated by both the ACEs (Adverse Childhood Events) and lifelong PTSD. Early attachment deficits…

It is estimated that more than 40% of the general population suffers from one or more fears of a specific object or situation at some times in their lives. Since EMDR is capable of resolving disturbing memories of events that are critical in the…

The field mental disorders specifically associated with stress is characterised by lively debates, including about the extent to which human suffering should be medicalised and the purportedly inflationary expansion of post-traumatic stress disorder…

During the last ten years research focused on EMDR has dramatically grown. A substantial arm of the scientific knowledge of EMDR functional mechanisms is represented by neuroimaging, investigating the neurobiological correlates of the therapy. Since…

Terry Waite will speak about the events which lead to his captivity in Lebanon. He will make particular reference to his experience in strict solitary confinement for almost five years and the methods he devised to enable him to retain both mental…

I am the mother of the murdered British schoolgirl Milly Dowler. My thirteen year old daughter Milly was abducted and murdered in March 2002. Her body lay undiscovered for six months during which time I literally felt on the brink of insanity and…

EMDR therapy directly addresses the physiologically stored memory networks that underlie both psychological problems and mental health. The adaptive information processing model guides both case conceptualization and clinical application. The model…

Since 2002 Trauma Aid has organized and implemented trainings in Psychotraumatology and EMDR in Asia and other countries; the main objective was to train local psychologists to treat people in need who would not have access to this kind of service…

Over the last 25 years, EMDR therapy has grown and developed from a chance discovery into an empirically validated treatment and is now one of two therapies recommended for the treatment of PTSD in adults and children by the World Health…

EMDR therapy, as a form of treatment, as a topic of research, and as a professional movement, has seen an amazing growth over the past two decades. These developments have taken place while facing major difficulties that exist until the present day.…

The WHO’s recently completed guideline “Problems and Disorders Specifically Related to Stress” was developed to address the absence of suitable, evidence-based WHO guidelines for managing problems and disorders. The presentation will include an…

This paper tries to highlight the milestones of some of the Asian EMDR Associations and the evolution of EMDR Asia and the practices and challenges faced. Some of the issues are related to the parity of trainees’ qualifications with those from USA,…

Vroeger of laat moeten EMDR-therapeuten mensen met een traumagerelateerde dissociatieve stoornis in behandeling krijgen. De prevalentie van DSM-IV dissociatieve stoornissen onder psychiatrische patiënten is ongeveer 10%, waarvan de helft betrekking…

The defense system (freezing-­‐fight-­‐flight-­‐feigned death), that is set into motion in every individual by the exposure to any event that threatens life or bodily integrity in the self or in significant others, is terminated after the…

In a project carried out by Trauma Aid-HAP Germany between 2007 and 2009 and sponsored by Terre des Hommes and the German Official Development Assistance more than 3200 adult and child clients were treated for mental disorders related to traumatic…

During this keynote the so called CIPOS procedure will be fully explained which is helpful with clients who are vulnerable to dissociative abreaction (e.g. DID, DDNOS). This involves first a method for measuring degree of dissociation during a…

Wanneer clienten met vroege, chronische traumatisering door middel van EMDR behandeld worden, moet de therapeut vaak als een soort ‘psychobiologische regelaar’ functioneren, om ervan verzekerd te zijn dat cliënten binnen hun Window of Tolerance…

This workshop introduces 'dyadic resourcing,' a form of resourcing designed to facilitate the processing of very early trauma with severely deprived clients, including those with attachment disorders. The goal of this process is to help a client…

To know the present status of EMDR in Asian countries: Method: Inquiries by e-mail to the representatives of Asian countries and related US or European people were sent. Replies were received from countries like Australia, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong,…

This lecture will review our knowledge about how trauma changes the way mind and brain process information and discuss what this means for treatment. We will show how trauma shuts down the verbal part of the brain, stores undigested fragments of the…

In its twenty-year history, EMDR has evolved into a distinct form of psychotherapy with a wide range of clinical applications. Guided by the Adaptive Information Processing model clinicians are able to directly impact the implicit and associational…
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