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Ana Gomez: Complex Trauma, Attachment and Dissociation: Treating Children with Developmental Trauma Using EMDR Therapy

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February 23-24
In-person location:
Denver, CO

In this fabulous workshop, Ana will provide theoretical and practical step-by-step strategies to assist clinicians working with children with severe dysregulation of the affective system such as: Children exhibiting insecure patterns of attachment, complex PTSD and dissociative symptoms. She will teach EMDR Clinicians how to use EMDR therapy and attachment theory will be addressed. Strategies directed to titrate amount of trauma and keep children within manageable and tolerable levels of activation to facilitate reprocessing will be demonstrated. Playful strategies design to enhance the child’s capacities to tolerate positive and negative affect will be demonstrated. How to enhance the child’s ability to change state while at the same time expanding the child’s capacity to “stay with the state” will be covered. Advanced preparation strategies that include developing age appropriate understanding of boundaries as well as interoceptive awareness with insecurely attached and dissociative children will be covered. How to work with children with sensitized sympathetic and parasympathetic systems will be addressed as well as children with avoidant, disorganized and anxious attachment strategies. This training will provide creative and effective interweaves that access different levels of information processing: Cognitive, emotional and somatic. These interweaves are geared to promoting horizontal and vertical integration. In addition, interweaves directed to modulate arousal, stimulate mindfulness and maintain social engagement system during EMDR reprocessing will be thoroughly covered.

Presenter Bio

Ana M. Gómez, MC, LPC, is a psychotherapist in private practice, a researcher, and a national and international speaker. She has been a keynote and pre-conference workshop guest lecturer at several conferences. She has presented extensively on the use of EMDR therapy and other adjunct approaches with children and adolescents with complex trauma, attachment injuries, and dissociation. Ana was the recipient of the 2011 “Distinguished Service Award” from the Arizona Play Therapy Association and the 2012 Sierra Tucson “Hope Award”. She is a trainer for the EMDR Institute, EMDR-IBA and EMDR-HAP, and is the founder and director of the Agate Institute in Phoenix. Ana is the author of the “Dark, Bad Day Go Away: A Book for Children about Trauma and EMDR”, the “Thoughts Kit for Kids”, “EMDR Therapy and Adjunct Approaches with Children: Complex Trauma, Attachment and Dissociation” and “All the Colors of Me: My First Book About Dissociation” co-authored with Dr. Sandra Paulsen. 

Daily Timeline

Friday Feb.23
8:30 am Registration begins
9:00 am Program begins
12-1 pm Lunch on own (approx.)
4:00 pm Day 1 concludes

Saturday Feb. 24
9:00 am Program begins
12-1 pm Lunch on own (approx.)
4:00 pm Day 2 concludes

Learning Objectives:  

  • Participants will be able to develop the clinical landscape using the three pronged approach for children exhibiting complex trauma, insecure patterns of attachment and dissociative symptoms.
  • Participants be able to apply key factors when establishing the client’s readiness for EMDR treatment.
  • Participants will be able to apply resources for stabilization and affect regulation that are suitable for children.
  • Participants will be able to identify strategies to prepare children with mild to moderate tendency towards dissociation and enhance interoceptive and proprioceptive awareness.
  • Participants will be able to describe playful strategies to deal with avoidant, anxious and disorganized attachment styles, identify targets and set up the session to maximize the child’s integrative capacity when starting the assessment phase.
  • Participants will be able to utilize interweaves that promote different levels of information processing: Cognitive, emotional and somatic.
  • Participants will be able to apply interweaves modulate arousal, stimulate mindfulness and maintain social engagement system during EMDR therapy reprocessing sessions.
  • Participants will be able to conceptualize strategies to keep children within manageable and tolerable levels of activation during the reprocessing phases of EMDR therapy.





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