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  • Tags: Neuroscience

The Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) occurs following exposure to a traumatic event. In particular, it results in a deficit of emotional regulation involving the amygdalae and the prefrontal cortex. We have been able to show, using EMDR therapy,…

There is a revolution in Neuroscience based on the idea that the Brain is a Prediction Machine. This workshop will introduce participants to the science of “Predictive Coding”, while reviewing the critical elements of memory reconsolidation. After…

Four dimensions of consciousness, including time, thought, body, and emotion often become drastically altered as a result of traumatic experience. Even though such alterations in consciousness can be adaptive during the encounter of traumatic events,…

Parallèlement aux médicaments, le développement des traitements psychothérapeutiques acquière une légitimité thérapeutique de plus en plus confortée par les connaissances scientifiques. Actuellement, pour le traitement des troubles anxieux, la…

This research examined therapeutic approaches to trauma and post traumatic growth and recovery as a result of brief psychological intervention. Chapter one is a critical review of current therapeutic approaches used in the treatment of trauma and…

Developments in neurobiology of attachment and affect (Lanius, Paulsen & Corrigan, in press) are foundational to clinical advances in repairing early trauma and neglect. Innovations in the EMDR field (O’Shea, 2009, O’Shea & Paulsen, 2007;…

The most important determinant of physical health is mental health. Adverse childhood experiences set the stage for chronic illness, substance abuse, and trauma later in life through epigenetic changes, neurochemistry, immune function and brain…

France Haour et David Servan-Schreiber présentent avec clarté la désensibilisation par les mouvements oculaires et le retraitement de l’information (EMDR), ainsi que les études qui ont été effectuées par des méthodes neuroscientifiques pour tester…

There is increasing evidence to support the biological basis of mental disorders. Subsequently, understanding the neurobiological context from which mental distress arises can help counselors appropriately apply cognitive behavioral therapy and other…

In EMDR, we see results that inform us about neuroplastic abilities of the brain, that go beyond occurrences in conventional psychotherapy. For example, in EMDR, we sometimes see the emergence and resolution of stigmata; the elimination of phantom…

Until recently we had little knowledge how to help people integrate such disintegrated traumatic imprints. Traditionally, before the advent of contemporary methods of treatment outcome evaluation, many clinicians, from Pierre Janet to Milton Erikson…

EMDR stimulates the body to heal the mind. Progress in neuroscience and recent clinical studies are shedding light on how mind and body affect each other. The central mechanism of healing is homeostasis: the body's ability to return to balance when…

This workshop will explain through lecture, slides, and case material, how the combination of EMDR and a drawing technique, along with the most recent neuroscience, child psychiatry, and PTSD literature, strengthen the integration of traumatic…

Since its introduction, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) (Shapiro, 1989) has received the attention of many mental health professionals. There has been much critical debate on the subject of EMDR. Most of the clinical discussion…
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