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Putting It All Together EMDR Review Presented by Judy Cabeceiras

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This workshop will review EMDR therapy standard protocol.  There will be a review of Francine Shapiro’s AIP (Adaptive Information Processing) model and the nature of memory as a basis for EMDR.  AIP case conceptualization and treatment planning will be reviewed.  The protocols will be reviewed so that the participants will understand them not as a formula, but as an overarching approach to therapy.  Common stumbling blocks for each of the phases will be addressed. Highlights include, but are not limited to the following: introducing EMDR to clients, differentiating between simple and complex trauma, mastering when to move into reprocessing, how to ground clients, resourcing and stabilization, cognitive interweaves, fleshing out cognitions and targets, and what to do when a client dissociates during treatment. Client videos will be used to illustrate some of these concepts and enhance the learning experience. Participants will have an opportunity to practice skills. This workshop will strengthen skills by clarifying basic protocols and enhance the effectiveness of EMDR clinicians.

Workshop Goals and Objectives

  • Describe AIP and the nature of memory and have the ability to explain this to your clients in a way that is developmentally appropriate.
  • Demonstrate how to take a history and conceptualize a case based on AIP
  • Differentiate when recent incident, abbreviated and standard protocols as well as cognitive interweaves are appropriate to use.
  • Describe strategies for stabilization and resourcing and recognize when to use them.

About the Presenter

Judy Cabeceiras, LMFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist and an EMDRIA Approved Consultant.  She has worked in community mental health, group homes and facilitated groups on domestic violence.  She has been a facilitator at over 20 EMDRIA approved basic trainings.  She provides ongoing consultation to EMDR clinicians working in private practice and in community mental health settings.  She is currently in private practice in Canton, CT.


Upcoming 2015 Dates

Canton, CT

April 24th

Charleston, SC

October 9th


You can register at http://www.judycab.com/ 

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