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GS2: The Elephant in the Room: Systemic Racism and Psychotherapy

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

This special plenary presentation will contain a panel of experts who will discuss the importance of educating ourselves about systemic racism, the challenges and opportunities to address racism in EMDR therapy and what we can do to challenge systemic racism. Please note that all sessions start on U.S. Central Time (UTC-05:00).

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Session 326: EMDR Diversity & The Spectrum of Trauma Prevention

Sunday, July 26, 2020

This course provides a framework for understanding EMDR access across categories of diversity. Special EMDR examples will show implications for immigration, unlearning racism, and ways to modify EMDR for accessibility. Please note that all sessions start on U.S. Central Time (UTC-05:00).

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Session 321: Using EMDR with Fragmented Clients: A Protocol for Overcoming Self-Alienation

Sunday, July 26, 2020

In this workshop, participants will be introduced to a protocol for working with fragmented or dissociatively disordered clients that can enable effective processing of the trauma and facilitate self-compassion. Please note that all sessions start on U.S. Central Time (UTC-05:00).

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Session 316: The Third Wave: The EMDR Standard Group Protocol, SGP

Sunday, July 26, 2020

Up until now, there has been a “missing protocol” We have needed a group protocol that targets long term memories. The Standard Group Protocol, SGP is that protocol. Please note that all sessions start on U.S. Central Time (UTC-05:00).

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Session 314: The Evolution of EMDR: From Technique to Psychotherapy – Implications for Clinical Practice

Saturday, July 25, 2020

EMDR basic training offers training on application of techniques to reprocess or modify memories and ideas on treatment planning, but leaves the therapist quite often confused regarding the complexity of EMDR Therapy. Please note that all sessions start on U.S. Central Time (UTC-05:00).

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Session 415: Utilization of EMDR Therapy with Grief and Mourning

Saturday, July 18, 2020

Different theoretical frameworks (including attachment theory which research shows underlies the variation in grief reactions) will be presented to guide case conceptualization and utilization of the 8 phases of EMDR therapy for grief and mourning. Please note that all sessions start on U.S. Central Time (UTC-05:00).

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GS6: EMDR in the Treatment of Depression – The EMDR DeprEnd Protocol

Saturday, July 18, 2020

The studies and our cases show that EMDR is at least equal to CBT treatment in depression (equivalence) but seems to result in more complete remissions than other interventions. EMDR may also lead to a decreased risk of relapses, as an incomplete remission increases the risk of relapse 5 times. In the workshop, the evidence will be presented and our treatment manual (DeprEndr protocol) will be introduced. Please note that all sessions start on U.S. Central Time (UTC-05:00).

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Session 414: EMDR with Substance Use & Co-Occurring Addictive Behaviors

Saturday, July 18, 2020

This program focuses on understanding treatment for addictive disorders such as substance abuse, eating disorders, self-harm behaviors, and love/sex addiction using EMDR Therapy. This program provides insight into case conceptualization and treatment planning when working with clients suffering from substance use disorder and co-occurring addictive behaviors. Please note that all sessions start on U.S. Central Time (UTC-05:00).

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Session 413: Social Trauma and Adversity: Restoring Connectedness and Resilience

Saturday, July 18, 2020

This true “workshop” will include clinical tools and experiential exercises designed to convey key concepts including the nature of social information processing, ingroup/outgroup effects, a new category of resonating NC/PCs (connectedness/belonging), social identity formation, internalized social messages, the impact of “isms” and multiple cultural considerations. Please note that all sessions start on U.S. Central Time (UTC-05:00).

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Session 412: Ego-State Therapy Interventions to Prepare Dissociative Clients for EMDR

Saturday, July 18, 2020

The workshop will introduce a collection of ego state therapy interventions from the Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy (DNMS) for stabilizing dysregulated, dissociative, and attachment-wounded clients. Please note that all sessions start on U.S. Central Time (UTC-05:00).

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November 6 - November 14

EMDRIA Virtual Conference 2021

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