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Numerous controlled studies have indicated that EMDR´s effects on PTSD symptoms are comparable to those of trauma-focused CBT. However, EMDR does not require homework, sustained arousal, detailed verbalization of the index trauma, or prolonged…

This workshop will address the challenges of working with clients raised in invalidating environments marked by deprivation and neglect. With significant disruptions in attachment (caregivers who were unpredictable, rejecting, frightening or…

The effectiveness of EMDR with children can be enhanced with the use of a number of theoretical conceptualizations, protocol modifications, and specific techniques. In this master class, we will cover: understanding how attachment theory informs the…

Patients experiencing severe and repeated psychological trauma are among the most complicated patients to be treated in psychotherapy. Their treatment tends to be a multi-faceted approach of which EMDR is only one part, albeit a very important…

Chronic childhood trauma may lead to chronic dissociation which in turn produces a highly conflicted self-structure. Since conflicted self systems may not process smoothly in EMDR, it behooves practitioners to assess for degree of dissociation and…

EMDR Master clinicians will present case examples that outline case conceptualization, treatment planning, and course of treatment. Each presenter will demonstrate 1) the essential elements of EMDR, 2) provide conceptional clarity as to when and why…

EMDR Master Clinicians will present case examples that outline case conceptualization, treatment planning, and course of treatment. Each presenter will demonstrate: 1) the essential elements of EMDR, 2) provide conceptional clarity as to when and why…

EMDR is a method that has a number of interesting possibilities that are needed to work with some of the more challenging complex PTSD patients. Concepts like the Disorder of Extreme Stress (Herman et al.) and the concept of structural dissociation…

Twenty years ago, EMDR began as a clinical technique used to help clients reprocess major traumatic experiences. Since then, EMDR has developed into a comprehensive psychotherapy approach that is being used to treat low self-esteem, relationship…

Many therapists erroneously think of EMDR as the phase of treatment involving eye movements or other forms of bilateral stimulation. EMDR treatment begins the moment there is contact between client and clinician. From first contact, to target…

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an integrative psychotherapeutic approach that conceptualizes current symptoms resulting from experiences that are inadequately processed; that is, “frozen” in the brain. When these inadequately…

EMDR is increasingly being utilized to treat highly challenging clients with a variety of diagnoses including complex PTSD, DESNOS, and a range of dissociative disorders. The dissociative processes commonly described as part of the PTSD spectrum, are…

Often a client’s clinical picture includes somatic symptoms that are part of the sequelea of traumatic experience, but which are regarded by the client as outside the domain of psychotherapy. Examples would include physical pain, difficulty in…
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