From Eye to “I”: Advances in the Transformation of Attachment & Dissociation

For more info contact Jeanette Faircloth at 364-709-6584 or bklitttraining@gmail.com Approved for 13 EMDRIA Credits This workshop will explore attachment and personality formation and describe the transformation from pathology to health. Dissociative personality and its relational manifestations will be described. Participants will learn a model for EMDR-based treatment planning, phase four techniques for safe and…

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The Marriage of EMDR & Ego State Theory in Couples Therapy

For more info contact Jeanette Faircloth at 364-709-6584 or bklitttraining@gmail.com Approved for 6 EMDRIA Credits This workshop will describe an EMDR-based approach to couples therapy combining the best of individual and systemic ideas. After examining the role and manifestations of dissociation and fusion in couples dynamics, participants will learn a method for turning “relational problems”…

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Integrating EMDR Therapy with Jungian Psychology: Enhancing Generalization to Accelerate EMDR Processing

Approved for 12 EMDRIA Credits Participants will learn to integrate Jungian concepts during EMDR therapy. Shapiro states “an integrative approach causes profound psychological change.” Integration of these models dramatically enhances generalization, which accelerates EMDR processing causing the profound psychological change that Shapiro refers. Participants will identify and utilize Jungian material to achieve these accelerated results.…

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Interrupting and Healing the Trans-Generational Transmission of Trauma

Approved for 12 EMDRIA Credits This workshop will help the clinician identify and treat their patient’s symptoms and clinical themes related to trans-generational trauma transmissions. History taking is emphasized via generational genograms, affective quality of narratives and expanded float back techniques. Videos, case illustrations and practicum experiences will illustrate concepts. Presenter: Karen Alter-Reid, Ph.D.

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Integrating Jungian Dream Strategies with EMDR Therapy

Approved for 6 EMDRIA Credits Participants will learn to integrate Jungian dream strategies with EMDR therapy. Shapiro encouraged integration of EMDR with other models and mentions dreams almost 30 times and nightmares 40 times in her seminal text. An integrative exploration of dream content is scant. Participants will learn to utilize dream material when relevant.…

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Dealing with Avoidance in EMDR Therapy

Approved for 12 EMDRIA Credits This workshop will explore client and clinician avoidance in EMDR therapy. Targeting blocking beliefs and defenses will be taught using Jim Knipe’s EMDR Toolbox procedures. Clinician avoidance will be addressed through practice sessions with partners to deepen the learning of procedures to use with clients. Presenter: Crystal Whitlow, LCSW

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Complex Trauma, Dissociation and EMDR Therapy

For more information or to register contact Patti Miller at 612-812-7857 or patti@mwtraumacenter.com Approved for 12 EMDRIA Credits This course is designed to teach therapists the most up to date information on the neurology of complex trauma, dissociation as they navigate the 8 phases of EMDR with clients who have much greater difficulty with present…

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Integrating EMDR Therapy with Jungian Psychology: Enhancing Generalization to Accelerate EMDR Processing

Approved for 12 EMDRIA Credits Participants will learn to integrate Jungian concepts during EMDR therapy. Shapiro states “an integrative approach causes profound psychological change.” Integration of these models dramatically enhances generalization, which accelerates EMDR processing causing the profound psychological change that Shapiro refers. Participants will identify and utilize Jungian material to achieve these accelerated results.…

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EMDR and Couples through an EFT Lens: Attachment is for Everyone

Approved for 12 EMDRIA Credits The goal of this workshop is to give therapists, who are working with couples, specific skills.  EMDR is woven into the beginning movements of Emotionally Focused Therapy, EFT, so that the escalated and distressing patterns are calmed more quickly.  The steps and moves of EFT, allow therapists to see the…

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Let’s Play EMDR: Healing the Wounds of Trauma and Disrupted Attachment in Children and Adolescents

Approved for 12 EMDRIA Credits   Despite the potential benefits, children are often very reluctant to participate in EMDR therapy. Best standards for trauma work with children require a playful phase-based approach with the goal of supporting trauma exposure/trauma narrative work.  This workshop will establish 8 essential considerations in fully integrating EMDR in a prescriptive…

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