A symposium on EMDR and family therapy
Participants will: 1) understand the theoretical basis of Kantor's Critical Identity Image approach to treating couples; 2) understand what Kantor's approach consists of on a methodological level; 3) understand how to add, or integrate, individual EMDR work with Kantor's approach; 4) be able to better understand the uses of EMDR in family therapy; 5) be able to identify some of the benefits of integrating individual and family components, as well as some of the cautions of doing so; 6) understand how serious medical illness effects family functioning; 7) understand how family functioning impacts on the level of wellness or illness of the child; and 8) learn ways of itnegrating EMDR into the treatment of seriously ill children and their families.
Original Work Citation
Nurse, R., Thompson, P., Moore, P., Greenwald, R., & Klaff, F. (1998, July). A symposium on EMDR and family therapy. Symposium conducted at the 3rd EMDR International Association Conference, Baltimore, MD
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