Gate theory:  An accelerated information processing model for developing functional state change

Description

A Gate Theory will be proposed to synthesize concepts of Attachment Theory, Affect Theory; Discrete Behavioral States, and Short-Term Anxiety-Regulating Psychotherapy, and to help clinicians using EMDR to identify blocks in emotional states and behavioral goals. A protocol be will presented to assist therapists and clients to identify blocks and to develop functional transitions in affect states with the aim of helping clients to achieve behavioral goals and greater emotional well-being. Case examples and videos will be used to demonstrate the protocol and to facilitate the understanding of "targeted material" and strategies to enhance processing information.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Carol York
Andrew Leeds

Original Work Citation

York, C., & Leeds, A. (2001, June). Gate theory: An accelerated information processing model for developing functional state change. Presentation at the 6th EMDR International Association Conference, Austin, TX

Collection

Citation

“Gate theory:  An accelerated information processing model for developing functional state change,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed November 21, 2017, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/15610.