Perinatal and preverbal experience processing in an eclectic approach including EMDR

Description

Epidemiological evidence as well as clinical experience indicates that perinatal and preverbal experience can affect adult symptomology such as eating disorders and suicidality.

In clinical practice, the issue can be encountered in cases of perinatal and preverbal trauma such as difficult birth, early separation and early hospitalisation and can be associated with fearful dreams and difficult affect regulation.

This area is a difficult one without clear answers and the work must be considered experimental. In this workshop, the pros and cons are discussed together with theoretical background, clinical cases, and some experiential learning.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Goran Hogberg

Original Work Citation

Hogberg, G. (2004, June). Perinatal and preverbal experience processing in an eclectic approach including EMDR. Presentation at the 5th EMDR Europe Association Conference, Stockholm, Sweden

Collection

Citation

“Perinatal and preverbal experience processing in an eclectic approach including EMDR,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed September 20, 2021, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/19388.

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