Treating complex posttraumatic stress disorder with EMDR and ego state therapy

Description

In this adaptation of her keynote address presented at the European EMDR Annual Conference in Frankfurt, Germany, in May, 2002, psychotherapist Carol Forgash explains that the context of psychotherapeutics has changed since the early years of EMDR. This change supports the combining of EMDR with ego state psychology to better deal with the complex consequences of serious trauma. Forgash proposes that ego state conceptualizations provide a constructive, efficient, and accessible means for therapist and client to work through these complexities.

Format

Newsletter

Language

English

Author(s)

Carol A. Forgash

Original Work Citation

Forgash, C. A. (2004, Summer). Treating complex posttraumatic stress disorder with EMDR and ego state therapy. The EMDR Practitioner. Retrieved from http://www.emdr-practitioner.net on 12/27/2008

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Citation

“Treating complex posttraumatic stress disorder with EMDR and ego state therapy,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed April 11, 2021, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/16495.

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