EMDR case conceptualization and treatment planning: How AIP leads to divergent strategies in different cases

Description

Many clinicians seek guidance with case formulation and predicting responses to EMDR reprocessing. This presentation integrates the AIP Model with adult attachment classification. Case examples illustrate clinical strategies for assessing attachment classification as a foundation for case formulation. This presentation proposes a symptom informed approach for cases with an Axis I focus – PTSD, depression, specific phobias and panic – from parallel models of de Jongh (2010), Korn (2004) and Leeds (2004, 2009). Criteria from Korn (2004, 2009), Leeds (2009) and Hofmann (2004, 2005) indicate when to consider containing and deferring reprocessing early life experiences in complex cases – personality disorders and complex PTSD.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Andrew Leeds

Original Work Citation

Leeds, A. (2011, August). EMDR case conceptualization and treatment planning: How AIP leads to divergent strategies in different cases. Presentation at 16th EMDR International Association Conference, Orange County, CA

Collection

Citation

“EMDR case conceptualization and treatment planning: How AIP leads to divergent strategies in different cases,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed January 19, 2021, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/20865.

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