Description Of EMDR in Trying Times: How Our Brains Process and Move Through Trauma
During these times of uncertainty, peoples’ anxieties and fears about their health, their families’ well-being and their finances are not without cause. Yet, how we react to these circumstances depends on what we have experienced before, making it easier or harder to adapt to our current situations.
EMDR therapy is exquisitely equipped to address these demands by offering a range of clinical options from addressing acute stress symptoms and recent events to a more comprehensive psychotherapy approach. In addition to offering an overview of this approach, we will discuss a couple of clinical vignettes to illustrate how EMDR therapy can offer brief and effective treatment to help our clients restore their resiliency and capacity to respond optimally to these ongoing demands.
- Appraise the Adaptive Information Processing model of EMDR.
- Interpret why people respond differently to similar trauma circumstances.
- Apply EMDR approaches with clients in response to recent traumatic events.
- Why EMDR therapy is a useful intervention for recent trauma
- The adaptive information processing model of trauma
- Using EMDR with recent trauma
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