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EMDR therapy with survivors of complex, early relational neglect and abuse – London

October 18 @ 8:00 am - October 19 @ 5:00 pm

£199.92 – £235.20

EMDR therapy with survivors of complex, early relational neglect and abuse

Presented by Andrew Leeds

18th / 19th October in London

12 CPD points and certificate award on completion of course.

Andrew Leeds

Andrew M. Leeds, Ph.D. is Director of Training for Sonoma Psychotherapy Training Institute, offering basic and advanced EMDR training internationally. He is author of A Guide to the Standard EMDR Therapy Protocols, journal articles and book chapters. He completed EMDR training in 1991 and served on the EMDRIA Board 2003-2005. He is an inaugural member of the Journal of EMDR Editorial Board. He was awarded the 1999 Ronald Martinez Memorial Award from Francine Shapiro, the 1999 EMDRIA award for creative innovation and the 2013 EMDRIA Francine Shapiro Award. He maintains a private practice as a Psychologist in Santa Rosa, California.

Registration and Coffee /Tea: at 8am to 9am

Workshop: starts at 9am to 5.00pm

Certificate and CPD Points: 12 CPD points and certificate award on completion of course.

Venue: Broadway House, Tothill Street, Westminster, London, SW1H 9NQ

Working buffet lunch included in the price.

Abstract:

When working with survivors of early, complex relational neglect and trauma, clinicians trained in EMDR therapy trained need a comprehensive framework for case formulation, treatment planning and developing a targeting sequence. This presentation integrates three conceptual models as a framework for case formulation, organizing treatment plans and predicting responses to EMDR procedures including RDI and standard EMDR reprocessing:

  1. a) the Adaptive Information Processing Model (Shapiro, 2001),
  2. b) Adult attachment classification (Cassidy and Shaver, 1999; Main, 1996) and
  3. c) Structural Dissociation of the Personality (van der Hart, Nijenhuis, and Steele, 2006)

Clinical case examples illustrate practical clinical strategies for assessing attachment classification as a foundation for case formulation.

This presentation offers an approach to treatment planning that is informed both by symptoms and defenses. This symptom informed treatment planning approach incorporates elements of the parallel models of Korn (Korn, et al., 2004), Leeds (2004) and de Jongh, et al., (2010). Numerous case example treatment plans will be presented in a visual format to illustrate how this model can be applied to simple and complex cases.

Clinicians will learn when and how to enhance or extend the preparation phase (Phase 2) to develop emotional self-regulation and assertive coping skills with Resource Development and Installation (Korn and Leeds, 2002; Leeds, 2016).

Clinicians will learn how to assess and resolve avoidance defenses using the procedures for Loving Eyes (Self-Care: Gonzalez, Mosquera, Knipe and Leeds, 2012; Knipe, 2018) and the Constant Installation of Present Orientation and Safety (CIPOS; Knipe, 2010, 2018).

Target sequencing strategies will be presented for cases with a range of symptoms of complex posttraumatic stress disorder including affect dysregulation, re-experiencing, depression, panic and agoraphobia.

 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will apply EMDR therapy (Leeds, 2016; Shapiro, 2001) to resolve a range of presenting complaints in cases of symptoms of complex posttraumatic stress disorder including affect dysregulation, re-experiencing, avoidance, compulsive re-enactment, depression, panic and agoraphobia.
  2. Participants will incorporate awareness of patient’s adult attachment classification (Cassidy and Shaver, 1999; Main, 1996) and degree of Structural Dissociation (van der Hart, Nijenhuis, and Steele, 2006) across all eight phases of EMDR therapy.
  3. Participants will enhance or extend the preparation phase (Phase 2) to develop emotional self-regulation and assertive coping skills with Resource Development and Installation (Korn and Leeds, 2002; Leeds, 2016) when needed.
  4. Participants will assess and resolve avoidance defenses using the procedures for Loving Eyes (Gonzalez, Mosquera, Knipe and Leeds, 2012; Knipe, 2018) and the Constant Installation of Present Orientation and Safety (CIPOS: Knipe, 2010, 2018).
  5. Participants will select optimal sequences of past, present and future targets to effectively resolve patient symptoms with case formulations based on a) the Adaptive Information Processing Model (AIP: Leeds, 2016; Shapiro, 2018), b) attachment classification, and c) degree of structural dissociation.

 

Teaching Methods: TBC

Duration of training: 2 Days. 9am – 5pm

Day 1 and Day 2: Details TBC

Full Price

£196.00 plus £39.20 VAT Total price £235.20

 

Early Bird discount for all bookings before 31st July 2019, 10% off

£176.40 plus £35.28 VAT Total Price £211.68

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Details

Start:
October 18 @ 8:00 am
End:
October 19 @ 5:00 pm
Cost:
£199.92 – £235.20

Venue

London
Broadway House, Tothill Street
Westminster, London SW1H 9NQ United Kingdom
Phone:
0207 222 7777
Website:
https://www.makeuk.org/venues/broadway-house-london

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