The role of "second-order" NCs in anxiety disorders and relationship problems
Participants will be able to: 1) list NCs that are frequently acquired as a result of experience panic attacks and OCD; 2) describe how to use EMDR protocols to ensure that clients have integrated adaptive information about their disorder; 3) list negative cognitions that interfere with the ability to acquire communication, parenting, and anger management skills; 4) list negative cognitions that interfere with the process of individuation and enjoying satisfying relationships, 5) "compute" positive cognitions that are related to negative cognitions generated by various problems and disorders; and 6) identify negative cognitions that could be used to start targeting problem areas from listening to case examples.
Original Work Citation
Cohen-Posey, K. (2000, September). The role of "second-order" NCs in anxiety disorders and relationship problems. Presentation at the 5th EMDR International Association Conference, Toronto, ON
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