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Dyadic Resourcing: Creating a Foundation for Processing Trauma
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Presented by Phil Manfield, Ph.D. Approved for 7 EMDRIA Credits

4/9/2016
When: 4/9/2016
Where: Hunter College
695 Park Ave
New York, New York  10065
United States
Presenter: Phil Manfield, Ph.D.
Contact: Jenny Schenkler

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Dyadic Resourcing: Creating a Foundation for Processing Trauma

Approved for 7 EMDRIA Credits

This workshop will provide training in resourcing, both simple and complex, with emphasis on “Dyadic Resourcing,” a form of resourcing designed to facilitate the processing of very early trauma with severely deprived clients, including those with attachment disorders. Dyadic Resourcing can help a client to connect affectively to the experience of being in a nurturing relationship, even if they have not had that in their early lives. Clients whose original trauma was a result of, or exacerbated by, a lack of a strong connection  to a nurturing  caregiver may  benefit  from  a variety  of resources,  but the resource  they  need  in  order  to  process  their  early  trauma  and  deprivation  is  the relationship  resource  they  lacked,  which  this process  provides.  These  have  been  the clients with whom we have struggled. Mastering these skills will be extremely useful to any clinician working with clients with very early abuse or deprivation. Teaching methods will include lecture and power point slide presentation and handouts, clinical case examples, clinical video examples, questions and answers, dialogue with participants, demonstration and practical exercises.


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