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Performance enhancement strategies apply to career, sports, and the performing arts. For EMDR practioners who are familiar with mindfulness, performance enhancement can be taken to a new level. Participants will learn new techniques for developing…

EMDR therapists have been successfully using the methodology to clear the effects of trauma. The effectiveness of treatment is based upon the remission or elimination of diagnostic symptomology. But how are our clients really doing at work and at…

The aim of this study is to initiate the use of EMDR in the business area. In line with this, we designed a project with 23 sales representatives from the distributor of a multinational company. Pre and post-testing tools were; BDE, STAI 1-2, MTE…

JL: Over the past twenty years Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) has progressed from a technique that could be used within existing psychotherapy modalities such as psychodynamic, behavioral, cognitive behavioral, integrative…

Introduction: This article describes an innovative Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) protocol which applies the standard EMDR protocol, with modifications, to the reduction of performance anxiety and enhancement of skillful…

This case study chronicles the application and effects of a customized combination of therapies, including neurofeedback, Interactive Metronome® (IM), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) created to help a professional athlete…

While EMDR Performance Enhancement Psychology can address clinical issues such as performance anxiety, self-defeating beliefs, behavioral inhibitions, PTSD, and psychological recovery from injury for creative and performing artists, workplace…

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is traditionally regarded as a treatment for trauma; however, recent literature suggested that EMDR is also a promising athletic performance enhancement intervention. Sport psychology literature…

O foco tradicional de psicoterapeutas (e seus clientes) tem sido uma patologia e-redução dos sintomas. Terapeutas profissionais estão cada vez mais interessados ​​em aplicações de princípios psicoterapêuticos para a prevenção, o…

The Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) procedure, developed by Francine Shapiro, PhD, was introduced as a new rapid treatment for anxiety and related traumata. In a controlled study (Shapiro, 1989), rape victims and Vietnam veterans…

There is evidence for the efficacy of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) with athletes. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the value of a trauma and performance specialist trained in EMDR as an adjunct to a multi-disciplinary…

Clinicians who have grown to accept and support Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) have begun to diversify the types of trauma populations in which EMDR is applied. Psychology of injury researchers have suggested, on the basis of their…

The Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) procedure, developed by Francine Shapiro, PhD, was introduced as a new rapid treatment for anxiety and related traumata. In a controlled study (Shapiro, 1989), rape victims and Vietnam veterans…

The EMDR Performance Enhancement Psychology Protocol (EMDR-PEP) addresses performance anxiety, self-defeating beliefs, behavioral inhibition, posttraumatic stress, and psychological recovery from injury for creative and performing artists, workplace…

The Absorption that allows an athlete, a surgeon, an astronaut or a musician to get into the Zone, i.e., to block out all distractions unrelated to performance has been assessed by Tellegen, Csikszentmihalyi and others in self-report measures. It…

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an innovative therapy that is currently used to treat anxiety disorders. Discovered by Francine Shapiro in 1987, the treatment was originally utilized on individuals suffering from Post…

Ce programme d’amélioration de la performance utilisant l’EMDR peut être un outil efficace de développement du leadership. La problématique de gestion du stress relié à la gestion a été identifiée comme obstacle au leadership efficace.…

Effective presentation skills are vital for success in most organizations. Preparing students for their careers, college educators often require that students demonstrate effective presentation skills. While traditional approaches to managing…

This manual offers a step-by-step model for clinicians who conduct performance enhancement work with employees. It does not speak to the needs of performing artists or athletes. The authors differentiate 'clinical' from 'performance enhancement'…

This workshop will introduce the latest research on the psychology of high performing leaders, and a system for applying it to your EMDR Performance Enhancement work. Participants will lean how to: explain to their client the skills, psychological…

Participants will: 1) be able to understand and utilize EMDR based diagnosis; 2) be able to utilize both forming of "questioning interweaves" and reflection of clients questions for processing; 3) gain an in depth understanding of the rationale and…

An expansion of the basic EMDR protocol (Lendl & Foster, 1997) has been developed for enhancing performance in the workplace, to aid in the reduction of performance anxiety experienced by creative and performing artists, and for competition…

While the presenter will provide some information through lecture and handouts, this workshop will be mostly based on experiential learning processes. Demonstrations, a supervised practicum, and other hands-on experiences are seen as the best ways to…

By its nature, creativity takes place in the moment. The therapist tunes in and listens in the moment, and flows with his clients wherever they go. EMDR works with directed activation of sensory, cognitive, affective and bodily experience -- all in…

Participants will: 1) understand and be able to describe the theoretical foundation for applying a trauma methodology to issues of optimal performance; 2) observe and practice effective techniques for positive resource installation for peak…

In his book, Anxietv Disorders and Phobias, Aaron Beck, MD, wrote cogently about the so-called "evaluation anxieties." He employed the metaphor of the tightrope walker to describe the constant worry about a possible "fall from grace" experienced by…

Case One--35-year old male dentist conducting a solo practice in a small town in Northern California Presenting problem--"Feel stressed; worry alot; have trouble sleeping; don't like to go to work on Mondays."

A Performance Enhancement Program using EMDRA can be an effective leadership development tool. The issue of management related stress was explored as a roadblock to effective leadership. APEX, LLC, in partnership wit Marathon County, has created an…
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