Sonoma Psychotherapy Training Institute

EMDRIA approved training in EMDR therapy


Advanced EMDR Training

A live webinar

EMDR treatment planning with survivors of early neglect and abuse

with Andrew M. Leeds, Ph.D.
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Case conceptualization, treatment planning and target sequencing when using EMDR therapy with survivors of complex, early relational neglect and abuse:

A framework integrating AIP, attachment theory and structural dissociation.

Dates

Dates

May 16 and 17, 2020
Registration Open

Times

Saturday
8:45 AM - 4:45 PM
Sunday
8:45 AM - 4:45 PM
Program will begin on time.

Times listed are Pacific Daylight Time
(gmt-7)

Live webinar via Zoom

You will need a computer or tablet device, broadband internet and privacy. A headphone with microphone or earbuds are recommended for better focus and privacy.


Abstract & Objectives

  • 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:
    a) the Adaptive Information Processing Model (Shapiro, 2001),
    b) Adult attachment classification (Cassidy and Shaver, 1999; Main, 1996) and
    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). 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 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 through the use of the Loving Eyes procedures (Gonzalez, Mosquera, Knipe and Leeds, 2012; Knipe, 2015). and the Constant Installation of Present Orientation and Safety (CIPOS; Knipe, 2010, 2015).

    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.

  • 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 through the use of the Loving Eyes procedures (Gonzalez, Mosquera, Knipe and Leeds, 2012; Knipe, 2015). and the CIPOS (Knipe, 2010, 2015).

    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, 2001), b) attachment classification, and c) degree of structural dissociation.


Program Outline and Schedule

Day 1 (6 hours)

Pacific Daylight Time (gmt-7)

8:45 - 9:00 sign-in and greeting

9:00 – 10:30 AM Program

10:30 – 10:45 AM Break

10:45 – 12:15 PM Program

12:15 – 1:30 PM Lunch

1:30 – 3:00 PM Program

3:00 – 3:15 PM Break

3:15 – 4:45 PM Program

Day 2 (6 hours)

Pacific Daylight Time (gmt-7)

8:45 - 9:00 sign-in and greeting

9:00 – 10:30 AM Program

10:30 – 10:45 AM Break

10:45 – 12:15 PM Program

12:15 – 1:30 PM Lunch

1:30 – 3:00 PM Program

3:00 – 3:15 PM Break

3:15 – 4:45 PM Program


EMDRIA & CE Credits

EMDRIA Credits

Andrew M. Leeds is an approved EMDRIA Credit Provider #99019. This workshop is approved for 12 EMDRIA Credit hours (99019-65). Andrew M. Leeds, Ph.D. maintains responsibility for this program and its content in accordance with EMDRIA Standards. Prior full completion of an EMDRIA Approved Basic EMDR Training is required to earn EMDRIA credits.

Continuing education

Click here for continuing education credits available for a separate fee from R. Cassidy Seminars.


Attendance

You must attend both days in full in order to earn CE credits/hours and receive a certificate of completion for this training. Those who miss more than 15 minutes, whether due to arriving late, or leaving before the workshop is completed, will not receive CE credits/hours.


How to Register

The workshop will start on time. You must attend the entire program to earn EMDRIA Credits or CE credits/hours.

Workshop Registration:
First 25 registrants: 25 have registered
$205.00. Agency and pre-licensed discount $165.00

Registration and payment BY April 30, 2020
$225.00.
Agency and pre-licensed discount $185.00

Registration and payment AFTER April 30, 2020
$265.00.
Agency and pre-licensed discount $225.00

Note: for agency discount include supervisor letter confirming 30+ hours employment per week.

To be eligible to register you must have completed an EMDRIA Approved Basic Training in EMDR.

Refund Policy:
Tuition is refundable up to 10 days prior to the workshop date less a processing fee. Processing fee: $50 up to 10 days prior to the workshop; Within 9 days prior to workshop, no refunds will be given.
Requests for refunds must be in writing by email, fax or USPS mail and will be calendared on the date received. Refunds will be disbursed within 10 working days from the date received.

Registration Form

You can download and complete this form on your computer.
Then print it out, sign and return by mail, email, or fax.
Please allow 2-3 business days to receive your registration confirmation.