Approved for 12 EMDRIA Credits
The heart of EMDR Therapy involves the transmutation of dysfunctionally stored experiences into an adaptive resolution that promotes psychological health. Complex trauma can be more comprehensively understood and phenomenologically elaborated by the framework of The Structural Dissociation of the Personality (TDSP).
Before processing traumatic memories with EMDR, people with more severe trauma may need appropriate stabilization to avoid stimulating other memories and emotional parts that are beyond the client’s window of tolerance. Consequently, phase-oriented treatment is important. This workshop will integrate EMDR treatment within a Phase Oriented framework, (informed by TDSP) to enable the therapist to effectively treat clients with complex trauma.
Presenter: Roger Solomon