This recording provides an introduction to EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), which is a unique type of psychotherapy proven to help clients recover from trauma and improve the quality of their lives. Trauma is stored in the brain and body, continuing to cause pain and suffering, and EMDR can free clients by repatterning thinking and emotional reactions. This recording will help you understand the evidence to support EMDR and all of its applications. As well as, a look at the evolution of EMDR - from technique to a comprehensive, integrative psychotherapy tool.
This online program is worth 1.25 hours CPD.
|Handout - The Transformation of EMDR (12.6 MB)||25 Pages||Available after Purchase|
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|Transcript (35.9 KB)||25 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Deborah L. Korn, PsyD, maintains a private practice in Cambridge, MA, is an adjunct training faculty member at the Trauma Research Foundation and is a senior faculty member at the EMDR Institute. Dr. Korn has authored or coauthored numerous articles and chapters focused on EMDR therapy, including comprehensive reviews of EMDR applications with Complex PTSD. She is an EMDR International Association-approved consultant and is also on the Editorial Board of the Journal of EMDR Practice and Research. She presents and consults internationally on the treatment of adult survivors of childhood abuse and neglect. Every Memory Deserves Respect, her new book about EMDR therapy, was co-authored with Michael Baldwin and written for the layperson.
Financial: Deborah Korn maintains a private practice. She is an EMDR facilitator and instructor with the EMDR Institute. Dr. Korn is a faculty member at the Trauma Center. She is a co-investigator in an NIMH-funded study of EMDR vs. Prozac in the treatment of PTSD with Bessel van der Kolk, MD. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Deborah Korn is a member of the EMDRIA Clinical Advisory Board. She is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of EMDR Practice and Research.
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