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August 23
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Live Webinar

Approved for 7 EMDRIA Credits

Severe trauma (abuse and neglect) may result in a division of the personality into dissociative parts. Each part has its own sense of self. One (or more) parts mainly operate in everyday living (Apparently Normal Part or ANP). Other parts live in “trauma time” and are stuck in the unbearable threat experienced during the trauma (Emotional Parts or EP). Often there exists a phobic avoidance between the daily living part (ANP), and the emotional parts (EP) that hold the traumatic memories. Treatment needs to proceed according to a Phase Oriented approach of Stabilization, Memory Work, and Personality (re) Integration. EMDR therapy integrates within a phase-oriented approach. The Theory of Structural Dissociation of the Personality, working with parts, and utilization of EMDR therapy (including modifications specific to this population) will be reviewed.

Presenters: Roger Solomon, Ph.D. & Suzette Boon, Ph.D.

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