Emergency EMDR - treating victims from man made to natural disasters

Description

The workshop on Emergency EMDR will give an overview of crisis intervention and principles of critical incident debriefing following man made and natural disasters. There will be a review of the Neurobiology of Stress and PTSD. The various protocols of EMDR will be discussed such as the standard Protocol, the Recent Events Protocol and the group protocol. The Emergency Response Procedure (ERP), that can be used within hours of a traumatic Incident, will be discussed with case examples demonstrating its usefulness in many cases of Acute Stress Reaction and Disorder. This will be understood within the overall context of the principles of Psychological First Aid. All of this will be discussed with case examples of victims treated after terrorist attacks and war in Israel and after the Tsunami in 2004. There will be a practicum on Group EMDR.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Gary Quinn

Original Work Citation

Quinn, G. (2007, March). Emergency EMDR - treating victims from man-made to natural disasters. Presentation at the 5th EMDR Association UK & Ireland Annual Conference, Glasgow, Scotland

Collection

Citation

“Emergency EMDR - treating victims from man made to natural disasters,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed August 8, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/17727.

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