On Demand 12 Hour Video Course
EMDR Integrative Attachment Trauma Protocol for Children: Virtual Workshop
Debra Wesselmann, MS LIMHP, Cathy Schweitzer, MS, LIMHP, Stefanie Armstrong, MS, LIMHP
12 Hour Video Course
12 CE credits approved by Ce-classes.com
12 EMDRIA credits
The webinar consists of four 3-hour pre-recorded videos. Watch and listen from the comfort of anywhere as Deb, Cathy, and Stefanie teach the steps of the IATP model through a colorful PowerPoint presentation, case presentations, and over thirty videos of their work with traumatized children.
This 12 hour on demand course is intended for clinicians who have completed EMDR basic training. Level of difficulty: Intermediate.
Learn to implement EMDR to strengthen attachments, develop self-regulation, and heal attachment wounds rooted in a history of abuse, neglect, early medical trauma, or changes in caregivers through slides, case presentations, and over 30 videos of our work with severely traumatized, complex children. You will be able to immediately apply innovative strategies and help children with even the most severe behaviors, including stealing, lying, aggression, sexualized behaviors, elimination problems, and defiance.
This is a practical workshop that is rich with creative interventions, inspiring cases, and numerous videos that will allow you to leave the workshop prepared to:
- Involve parents in “detective work” to understand child behaviors from the AIP model.
- Facilitate the development of self-awareness and self-regulation skills in children.
- Process preverbal trauma with EMDR through the therapeutic story.
- Help parents attune and respond with sensitivity to the emotions and traumatic memories underlying the child’s behaviors.
- Implement EMDR Attachment Resource Development (ARD) to enhance parent-child attachment prior to memory work.
- Apply EMDR Self Regulation Development and Installation (SRDI) to increase affect and behavioral regulation.
- Utilize EMDR empowerment interweaves and other creative interweaves for children with stuck thinking.
- Use puppets, plays and stories to help children process the past with EMDR.
- Heal and find safety for the “inner child within the child.”
- Use EMDR with role plays to process current triggers and develop future templates.
- Learn to develop collaborative relationships with colleagues to create an effective family-EMDR treatment team.
Debra Wesselmann, MS, LIMHP, Cathy Schweitzer, MS, LIMHP, and Stefanie Armstrong, MS, LIMHP, are internationally known trauma specialists, trainers, and co-authors. The presenters also offer individual and group parent coaching. Learn More →
- Develop an EMDR treatment plan for a child with a history of attachment trauma.
- Identify an EMDR resource development method to increase the sense of attachment security between parent and child.
- Identify an EMDR resource development method to increase the child’s ability to regulate emotions.
- Name a rationale for keeping parents present during EMDR trauma work.
- Identify 3 common obstacles to reprocessing during the desensitization for children suffering from attachment trauma.
- Describe 3 “empowerment interweaves” for a child stuck in feelings of powerlessness.
- Name a rationale for the utilization of puppets, plays, stories, or drawings to target a small piece of the child’s traumatic past.
- Name a strategy for implementing future template with children who are concrete, hands-on learners.
- Case conceptualization through the AIP lens
- Presenting the concept of the smaller hurt child within the child to parents and children
- Strengthening positive affect through Resource Development and Installation (RDI) with children of all ages
- Attachment Resource Development (ARD)–Reinforcing messages of love for the child and for the younger hurtchild within the child, the Magical Cord of Love, Safe Place for the Child Within
- (ARD) Affirmations through Songs.
- Brain Work–Developing mindfulness, self-talk, and self-soothing skills in children
- Self-regulation development and installation (S-RDI)–Developing and reinforcing the experience of movingfrom dysregulation to regulation
- Assessment phase
- Creative Interweaves
- Safe trauma work piece by piece
- Timeline and therapeutic story
- Puppets, plays, and stories
- Accessing current triggers and overcoming obstacles for reprocessing
- Interweaves and current trigger work
- Expanding window of tolerance through feelings brain/thinking brain
- Developing and reinforcing future templates in children with concrete thinking
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Social workers participating in this course will receive 12 Clinical continuing education clock hours.
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Viewing policy: 90 days from registration for the class. Viewing time beyond the 90 days will result in a $25 fee for a two week viewing extension.
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