Approved for 3 EMDRIA Credits
During this live webinar, the presenters will identify and define concepts integral to the discussion of ethics in the context of EMDR therapy and treatment of dissociation, then highlight the different dimensions and layers of competence and proficiency in EMDR therapy practice. The course will begin by reviewing the established standards of care for treating complex trauma and dissociation both more broadly and within an EMDR therapy frame. The presenters will then cross-reference the client safety considerations set forth in the Shapiro (2018) EMDR therapy text and guidelines for treating complex trauma and dissociative disorders, respectively. The second half will continue by identifying common threads connecting select professional codes of ethics from different regions of the world with best practices previously discussed. From there, they will offer ‘prototypical’ examples highlighting the risks of both over- and under-compensating for a lack of knowledge, competence, and proficiency in treating dissociation using EMDR therapy methods.
Presenters: Jennifer Madere, LPC & D. Michael Coy, LICSW
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