One patient can have another within! A specific protocol to treat such cases using EMDR and transactional analysis

Description

In EMDR, even when there's a clear indication for therapy, and it's been conducted in a complete manner with a clearly defined target(and cognition), it sometimes happens that the patient's problme remains unsolved, without any real explanation available for the therapist. My clinical experience has shown me repeatedly that the problem persists because it donesn't really have to do the patient himself, but with one of his parents, grandparents or ancestors from whom he has "inherited" and "introjected": an unresolved traumatism: a kind of "hot potato" (grief, accident, rape, war, bankruptcy, etc.). By blending some aspects of Transactional Analysis and Psychogenealogy with EMDR, I have developed a special protocol for use in such cases: the introjected Parent's Therapy with EMDR. On the bases of a clinical case, I will present the different stages of this protocol.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

D. Michaut

Original Work Citation

Michaut, D. (2007, June). One patient can have another within! A specific protocol to treat such cases using EMDR and transactional analysis. Poster presented at the 8th EMDR Europe Association Conference, Paris, France

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Citation

“One patient can have another within! A specific protocol to treat such cases using EMDR and transactional analysis,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed September 24, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/19370.

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