The dynamics of family violence: Its impact on women and children:  Using EMDR to treat victims and perpetrators

Description

Participants will: 1) understand the subtleties and complexities of abusive relationships; 2) be able to assess children for subtle signs of abuse and coercion, including brainwashing; 3) be taken through a case of successful treatment of a perpetrator; 4) be able to employ EMDR with victims of domestic vilence to "unhook" them from a controlling partner; 5) know the strategic points to address therapeutically with children growing up in these families and how to use EMDR to process past trauma and to restore self esteem; 6) better understand what makes an abuser "tick" and to assess whether or not to use EMDR with perpetrators; and 7) gain a fuller understanding of domestic violence.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Marsha Kleinman
Milton Kleinman

Original Work Citation

Kleinman, M., & Kleinman, M. (1998, July). The dynamics of family violence: Its impact on women and children: Using EMDR to treat victims and perpetrators. Presentation at the 3rd EMDR International Association Conference, Baltimore, MD

Collection

Citation

“The dynamics of family violence: Its impact on women and children:  Using EMDR to treat victims and perpetrators,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 25, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/15624.

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