EMDR Interventions for Complex Clients with Disorganised Attachment and Dissociative Features – 6 EMDR UK Credits
Arun Mansukhani delivers a workshop to demonstrate how EMDR clinicians can safely utilise a wide range of EMDR interventions in the treatment of complex clients with disorganised attachment and dissociative features.
Holiday Inn Hotel, Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Full Fee £140.00 (includes lunch and refreshments)
6 EMDR UK Credits
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Key Program Content
- EMDR standard protocol: when are standard preparation interventions not enough?
- Types of clients for EMDR according to the type of trauma.
- What do we term complex clients:
- Difficulties at an interpersonal level.
- Processing difficulties.
- Dissociative features.
- Initial precautions and pitfalls to avoid. Overview of the therapeutic phases in an EMDR-AIP treatment plan.
- Specific modifications and interventions in each phase of the EMDR-AIP treatment:
- Phase 1: Deferred history taking and other techniques.
- Phase 2:
- Extended phase 2. When does phase 2 end with these patients?
- Specific techniques and interventions. Creating the Inner Adult.
- Phase 3: Overwhelming or initially non accessible targets: Working towards the complete target.
- Phase 4 onwards:
- Partial processing techniques.
- Different presentation of images, cognitions and emotions in attachment trauma.
- Patients with disorganised attachment and dissociative features:
- Working with defences in complex cases.
- Distinguishing emotional states, ego states, parts and dissociative parts.
- Distinguishing types of parts. Understanding and exploring the Dissociative Internal System.
- EMDR-AIP techniques to reprocess trauma gradually and safely with clients with disorganized attachment and dissociative features.
- Provide information that helps understand and distinguish the different types of trauma and response to trauma in patients.
- Understand the attachment and developmental pathways that lead to disorganized attachment and patients with complex dissociative features.
- Help understand the modifications required in an EMDR-AIP intervention with complex clients (disorganized attachment and dissociative features).
- Analyse different aspects that can hinder or block processing with this type of patients and how to work through these problems with specific interventions.
- Discuss the modifications and particularities that we have to take in account in the standard protocol while dealing with IPD patients and specific interventions we can use with these patients.
- Provide tools to work with Internal Dissociative systems and reprocess gradually and safely with complex clients.
The course also attracts 6 CPD hours from Jesmond Therapy Centre.
New Training Venue:
Holiday Inn Newcastle – Jesmond
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE2 1 PR
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Covid-19 – The training will take place in a large room with a minimum of at least 1 metre distance between delegates. The Holiday Inn Jesmond has implemented a number of measures to safeguard the wellbeing of guests and colleagues including deep cleaning with hospital-grade disinfectants, and enhanced procedures, which may include: face covering requirements, various ways to reduce contact throughout the hotel, social distancing measures within public spaces and procedures based on local authorities’ guidance and/or advice.