Finding a mountaintop for everyone: Broadening the application of EMDR-PEP protocol
This presentation explores effectiveness of brief EMDR Performance Enhancement Psychology Protocol with children and adolescents in areas of athletic performance and test anxiety using both objective assessment and subjective reporting. Focus is a) explaining the key differences in this protocol including working backward from future prong focus to targeting present blocks, and installing resources with hope of achieving goals b) discussing performance enhancement as an effective starting place in the absence of a presenting big “T” trauma c) widening the definition of EMDR performance work to include clinical issues that impact behavior. Case presentation includes audio/video samples.
Original Work Citation
Browning, M., Chambers, T., & Madere J. (2015, August). Finding a mountaintop for everyone: Broadening the application of EMDR-PEP protocol. Presentation at the 20th EMDR International Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA
“Finding a mountaintop for everyone: Broadening the application of EMDR-PEP protocol,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed August 4, 2021, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/23211.