Dissociative processes and EMDR – Staying connected
A model is proposed, based on recent research in neuroscience and the neurobiology of dissociation and attachment, that guides therapeutic interventions in general and EMDR treatment in particular. Participants will become familiar with specific interventions intended to minimize dissociative symptoms, as well as techniques that aid clients in becoming reconnected, once dissociative processes have occurred. That is, a comprehensive therapeutic approach is described to aid clients with dissociative symptoms to stay connected, and in some cases reconnect with their healing process, thereby enhancing the likelihood of efficient information processing during EMDR treatment.
Original Work Citation
Lanius, U. F. (2004, September). Dissociative processes and EMDR - Staying connected. Presentation at the 9th EMDR International Association Conference, Montreal, QC
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