The I-gaze interweave for attachment repair in EMDR therapy
The I-Gaze interweave is an intersubjective, dyadic resource to facilitate resolution of attachment trauma. This fourpart training begins with the Domains of Self model: a heuristic for rapid assessment for differentiating attachment trauma from relational or shock traumas. The second part describes the zone of optimal arousal––a model that guides the therapist to assessing stability in Phase 4 and remedy over-arousal. The third part describes somatic interweaves for regulating autonomic arousal. The workshop concludes with the I-Gaze Interweave for attachment repair in phase 4. Interweave-specific transference and countertransference phenomenon will be examined for their diagnostic and prognostic value.
Original Work Citation
Litt, B. (2018, October). The I-gaze interweave for attachment repair in EMDR therapy. Presentation at the 23rd EMDR International Association Conference, Atlanta, GA
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