Excellence in EMDR: Working with a highly dissociated (non-DID) client, a hands on case study

Description

Therapists are often reluctant to pursue EMDR with highly dissociated complex PTSD clients (non-DID). This workshop provides hope and hands on strategies for this client population. We briefly review the neurobiology of trauma and the AIP model with application to a case of complex PTSD. This is presented in a master class format, enhanced by lecture, video and case analysis. Fidelity to the EMDR 8 Phase Protocol is the template for case conceptualization and processing. Practitioners will learn how client/therapist attunement integrated with elegant EMDR skills provides a path to healing. 

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Brynah Schneider
Kathy Karn

Original Work Citation

Schneider, B., Karn, K. (2015, April). Excellence in EMDR: Working with a highly dissociated (non-DID) client, a hands on case study. Presentation at the EMDR Canada Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC

Collection

Citation

“Excellence in EMDR: Working with a highly dissociated (non-DID) client, a hands on case study,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed June 21, 2018, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/23114.

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