Incorporating EMDR and psychodrama into therapy

Description

The Mental Health Treatment Supervisor at the Danville Center for Adolescent Females where I worked previously is a secure, residential treatment program for girls between ages 14 and 18 who have been adjudicated by the courts. Residents are supervised at all times. There is almost continuous interaction with staff, except for brief periods when residents are expected to work on clinical issues in their rooms. Doors to rooms are always open during waking hours, with 15-minute checks performed. Residents deemed to be at risk of hurting themselves or others can be placed on one-to-one supervision. If a resident become physically aggressive or is threatening to herself or others, she can be restrained.

Format

Newsletter

Language

English

Author(s)

Victoria Woodward

Original Work Citation

Woodward, V. (2000, December). Incorporating EMDR and psychodrama into therapy. EMDRIA Newsletter, 5(Special Edition), 16-18

Collection

Citation

“Incorporating EMDR and psychodrama into therapy,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 25, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/16684.

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