Using a persons religious beliefs to enhance EMDR outcomes

Description

Participants will: 1) learn the importance of addressing religious or spiritial issues; 2) learn how EMDR can interface with religious or spirital beliefs; 3) learn ways that non-clergy therapists can reduce faith-related resistance; 4) review strategy for dealing with common religous issues, fears, spiritual questions, and blocking beliefs; 5) learn to apply a variety of spirital and/or biblical cognitive interweaves; 6) learn how to use EMDR to strengthen positive religious experiences while unraveling destructive ones; and 7) learn how to lead patients in "EMDR prayer" to enhance safe place and to strengthen outcomes.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Peggy Avent

Original Work Citation

Avent, P. (2000, September). Using a person?s religious beliefs to enhance EMDR outcomes. Presentation at the 5th EMDR International Association Conference, Toronto, ON

Collection

Citation

“Using a persons religious beliefs to enhance EMDR outcomes,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 21, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/15954.

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