Using EMDR to achieve breakthroughs in the treatment of love relationship problems: Case conceptualization and technique

Description

The Adaptive Information Processing Model can provide a potent conceptual framework for working with clients experiencing "stuck points" in their love relationships. In this workshop. participants will learn to apply the model to trauma-related love relationship problems. Participants will learn to move from the presenting complaint to the foundation issues. Through the use of a Trauma History, "peelback" and floatback, participants will learn to move from the presenting complaint with the painful memories and blocking beliefs that underlie the current love relationship impasse. Creative cognitive and imaginal interweaves to deal with blocked processing will be demonstrated.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

David Yarosh

Original Work Citation

Yarosh, D. (2005, September). Using EMDR to achieve breakthroughs in the treatment of love relationship problems: Case conceptualization and technique. Presentation at the 10th EMDR International Association Conference, Seattle, WA

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Citation

“Using EMDR to achieve breakthroughs in the treatment of love relationship problems: Case conceptualization and technique,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed August 6, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/17150.

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