Raising and nurturing children and adolescents is not an easy job. Even the most put-together, well-informed parent or caregiver still needs help when a child is struggling with mental health issues. EMDR therapists who might think that they are equipped to handle certain adult mental health issues find that working with children is different. This issue’s authors discuss play therapy, enhancing the parent-child connection, navigating the child welfare system as an EMDR therapist, suicidal children and adolescents, co-regulation through play therapy, and EMDR-sandtray integration
In this Issue
- Exploring the Intersection of EMDR & Play Therapy By Ann Beckly-Forest, LCSW-R, RPT-S
- Flip the Script: Messaging to Health the Parent-Child Connection By Debra Wesselmann, MS, LIMHP, Cathy Schweitzer, MS, LIMHP, and Stephanie Armstrong, MS, LIMHP
- Perspectives in Practice: Navigating the Child Welfare System as an EMDR Therapist By Marshall Lyles, LPC-S, LMFT-S, RPT-S and Ann-Marie Brown, LCSW, MCAP, CIP, ICADC
- Using EMDR Therapy with Suicidal Children and Adolescents ByCarolyn Settle, MSW, LCSW
- Parents as Partners: Enhancing Co-Regulation and Coherence through an Integration of Play Therapy and EMDR By Paris Goodyear-Brown, MSSW, LCSW, RPT-S
- The World of Stories and Symbols: The EMDR-Sandtray Protocol ByAna M. Gomez, MC, LPC
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Issue: March 2019
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