Working with homicide survivors in community mental health: Effective use of the EMDR recent event protocol

Description

Dixwell Newhallville Community Mental Health Services in New Haven, CT, is pioneering an EMDR program to provide treatment for individuals who have survived the recent or past homicide of a loved one. The Recent Event Protocol can be used in the treatment of homicide survivors and offers a structured way for clients to desensitize and recover from the trauma of murder. This workshop will include a review of the protocol and effective use of a time-limited, ten- session model of treatment. A case study will be presented, including the use of a simple visual tool to support treatment.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Don deGraffenried
Christine Welte-Lake
Barbara Greten

Original Work Citation

deGraffenried, D., Welte-Lake, C., & Greten, B. (2010, September/October). Working with homicide survivors in community mental health: Effective use of the EMDR recent event protocol. Presentation at the 15th EMDR International Association Conference, Minneapolis, MN

Collection

Citation

“Working with homicide survivors in community mental health: Effective use of the EMDR recent event protocol,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed December 2, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/20158.

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