EMDR and its uses in the treatment of dissociative disorders
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing has come to the forefront of therapeutic intervention as a methodology excellently geared to work with trauma survivors. It is able to effectively target nodes of psychological constriction where affect and cognition are bound, release them in a way where meaning making is facilitated and a narrative evolves. Shapiro will review, explore and integrate aspects of EMDR as they apply to population. I t should be noted that in no way does this workshop replace or even substitute for a formal EMDR training workshop.
Original Work Citation
Fine, C. G., & Shapiro, F. (1996, November). EMDR and its uses in the treatment of dissociative disorders. Presentation at the International Society for the Study of Dissociation 13th Annual International Conference, San Francisco, CA. doi:10.1037/e609292012-014
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