A workshop presented by Gus Murray (EMDR Europe Approved Child Trainer and Consultant)
Among the most challenging clinical presentations encountered by clinicians in EMDR therapy are the variety of internal processes including dissociative self-states, rigid defenses, personality adaptations and disorders as well as addictive behaviours. These internal phenomena can dominate the client’s presentation and take over the therapeutic space, calling for primary attention. Through the lens of the AIP model these internal states can be viewed as dysfunctionally stored “Positive” memories which were once found helpful for survival. In this workshop, these states are conceptualised as the Internal Targets for EMDR therapy. The workshop will explore some of the main categories that comprise these internal processes. Participants will be assisted to identify and access these internal states and organise them as targets for EMDR therapy. The processing of these targets with EMDR therapy will be explored and demonstrated.
Participants will learn:
The workshop will include
6 CPD points awarded
Car parking available next to the venue. Snow hill railway station next to venue and New Street Station 5 minute walk from the venue.
Radisson Hotel and Travel Lodge are in walking distance.
Carrs Lane Conference Centre, Carrs Lane, Birmingham,B4 7SX,
Telephone: (0121) 643 6151,