When all you have is 90 minutes: A systemic approach to EMDR case conceptualization in times of stress and/or following crisis

Description

In crisis situations, hysterical and / or consultation with those working were traumatized, you have only 90 minutes and effectively EMDR should enhance the planning and conceptual. As a learned response to trauma Kuşaksal given to remove a short focused genogram format using EMDR / R will receive severe stress can increase the effectiveness in reducing. This is the case in the study group recommended the use of genogram format and now also the origin of the reaction can be, as concerns of hereditary small t traumas are revealed to the process, advice from the deeper and faster healing is to live. Case examples of different crisis situations (natural disasters, tsunami, a terrorist incident in Israel after a Greek and dysfunctional family) were taken and learned from family members kuşaksal genogram how to influence behavior patterns has been shown to occur. This systemic approach, an improved formulation suggests EMDR cases. This formulation, NC and the PC more effectively as components of EMDR are provided in the determination.

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Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Frances R. Yoeli
Tessa Prattos-Spongalides

Original Work Citation

Yoeli, F. R., & Prattos-Spongalides, T. A. (2006, June). When all you have is 90 minutes: A systemic approach to EMDR case conceptualization in times of stress and/or following crisis. Presentation at the 7th EMDR Europe Association Conference, Istanbul, Turkey

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“When all you have is 90 minutes: A systemic approach to EMDR case conceptualization in times of stress and/or following crisis,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed August 14, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/15568.

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