For individuals with propensity for over-accessing traumatic material outside of the Window of Tolerance (Siegel, 1999), standard EMDR therapy may need to be titrated. Three approaches with a diverse veteran population will be reviewed. Fractionated abreaction (Kluft, 1988, Fine, 1991), Knipe’s (2010) Back of the Head Scale and Constant Installation to Present Orientation and Safety, and Manfield’s (2017) Flash Technique will be compared by which of the 8 phases the method is used, contraindications, and exploration of situational benefit. This presentation—led by Kristin Erner, LCSW, BCD; Ruth Kaspar, LCSW-PIP; Terri Stockdreher, LCSW; and Jamie Zabukovec, Psy.D—will not provide formal training on any of the methods; additional references and resources for training are identified.
Kristin Erner, LCSW, BCD
Ruth Kaspar, LCSW-PIP
Terri Stockdreher, LCSW
Jamie Zabukovec, Psy.D.
EMDR International Association
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Erner, K., Kaspar, R., Stockdreher, T. & Zabukovec, J. (2019, September 15). Comparison of EMDR Approaches for Managing Over-Accessing [Online Course]. EMDR International Association. https://www.pathlms.com/emdria/courses/21132