Mindfulness and the 8 phase protocol as a template for addictions treatment
One new model for residential and outpatient addictions treatment proposes that readiness for EMDR therapy and treatment planning will take place best in an agency that utilizes mindfulness and adjunctive modalities at the center of its stabilization and resourcing strategy, while using EMDR therapy, the AIP model and the 8-phase protocol as the theoretical orientation and primary practice on the clinical side. The theory and research behind this and current use of the model are explored through this presentation, including case studies and anecdotal evidence, with recommendations for further research and implications for future development of addictions treatment centers.
Original Work Citation
Dansiger, S. (2016, August). Mindfulness and the 8 phase protocol as a template for addictions treatment. Presentation at the 21st EMDR International Association Conference, Minneapolis, MN
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