Approved for 3 EMDRIA Credits
In this presentation, we will discuss the dominant paradigm for ‘parts’ work in EMDR therapy and examine Ego State Therapy (Watkins & Watkins, 1997) as a well-established but lesser acknowledged ‘parts’ approach for use in EMDR therapy; explore the potential challenges of predominantly focusing on the priorities and needs of a ‘front’ part to the exclusion of other self-states; discuss the use of ‘mapping’ of self-states and its potential value in the context of EMDR therapy; and, finally, delve into different manifestations of ‘classic’ post-traumatic flashbacks that are more easily understood through the lens of the self-system as a multidimensional construct, and the importance of clarifying internal dynamics to ensure appropriate use of EMDR therapy methods.
Presenter: D. Michael Coy, LICSW
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