Dec 4-5, 2019 | St Louis MO

When There Are No Words: EMDR for Very Early Trauma in Implicit Memory (3)

This 2 or 3 day workshop teaches the early trauma approach of EMDR, developed by O'Shea and extended by Paulsen to complex cases, for repairing early trauma and neglect in the attachment period held in implicit memory. It targets trauma by time period. Starting Dec 2019, it is revised and expanded.
When There Are No Words: EMDR for Very Early Trauma in Implicit Memory (3)

Time & Location

Dec 4-5, 2019
St Louis MO

About the Event

This course addresses some of the most difficult challenges of using EMDR with individuals with affect dysregulation, somatic distress and attachment injuries from early trauma and neglect. The methods efficiently empower clients with resources for containment, safety, and increased affect tolerance; and systematically target and reprocess early disturbance for which there may be no explicit memories. Although the workshop primarily addresses adolescents and adults, it also touches on its use with children.

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