Approved for 11 EMDRIA Credits
Children and teen’s protective parts that appear hostile, sexualized, and aggressive are attempting to torpedo therapeutic treatment through violent or destructive actions to themselves, caregivers, and the therapist. In the workshop learn how to have the protective parts dialogue to work together as well as grow the healthiest parts to lead the team. Including caregivers and schools to work with the parts is a key piece of working with dissociation.
This workshop will also show that having a greater variation of taxation options, including the therapist and caregivers adding arousal and surprise effects, helps circumvent the child’s avoidance of the memory – “I don’t want to talk about that”. Participants will also learn how to balance arousal of the disturbing memory and utilize innovative, lively, active and embodied titration interventions for successful resolution of the memory. The processing time appears to be effective in a shorter amount of time, allowing for more rapid desensitization of the memory and in effect, more positive behavioral shifts. Included are detailed transcripts and multiple case video’s that will illustrate fully involving parents in assessment, preparation, processing and re-evaluation.
Presenter: Annie Monaco, LCSW
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