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  • Tags: Preverbal Trauma

When trauma occurs before the acquisition of language in early childhood, there is no language to give context to the distress and post traumatic distress that can remain for a life time. Therefore, traditional EMDR, which relies on language, cannot…

Psychological, somatic and medical problems often have their origins in more obscure beginnings. This EMDR workshop teaches a deep and comprehensive history taking and decision-making process to help the clinician choose the level of complexity to…

Two child cases will be presented illustrating implementation of EMDR to treat children with severe symptoms and behaviors and a history of preverbal trauma. An EMDR child therapist and a parent therapist collaborated in the treatment of an…

Psychological, somatic and medical problems often have their origins in more obscure beginnings. This method helps reveal a deeper and more comprehensive history taking process to enable the clinician to help the client more quickly gain access to…

Recent research (Moberg, 2003, The Oxytocin Factor) indicates the potential of early pre-verbal trauma to set up biochemical and neurological responses which activate certain triggers. Since the touchstone event is pre-verbal, it is difficult to…

A special variety of dynamic therapy is presented which was successfully combined with EMDR. A new diagnostic category is tentatively proposed. A man in his twenties, successful in studies and in political and welfare organizations, managed his life…

Numerous methods have attempted to repair distress remaining from very early trauma (especially adoption) or neglect, but most have been difficult, cumbersome, even traumatic. The presenter will describe and demonstrate a direct, simple, safe and…
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