Understanding your adult EMDR clients from a developmental perspective: How childhood brain development correlates with coping skills and vulnerabilities to trauma

Description

This workshop presents a developmental model that is an integration of the three areas that can be utilized when formulating your understanding and treatment of your adult EMDR clients: developmental neurobiology (presented in a simple and down to earth manner), plus development of increasingly sophisticated coping and relating skills that result from the maturing brain, plus relevant traumatology. Participants should be able to then utilize this integrated developmental model to better identify key nodes, targets and interweaves for EMDR processing.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Shelley Uram

Original Work Citation

Uram, S. (2007, September). Understanding your adult EMDR clients from a developmental perspective: How childhood brain development correlates with coping skills and vulnerabilities to trauma. Presentation at the 12th EMDR International Association Conference, Dallas, TX

Collection

Citation

“Understanding your adult EMDR clients from a developmental perspective: How childhood brain development correlates with coping skills and vulnerabilities to trauma,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 22, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/18375.

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