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Jan Schaad: Treating Habits and Addictions with EMDR Therapy

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Denver, CO
April 5 and 6, 2018

The Comprehensive Treatment of people with Addictions, Co-Occurring Disorders, and Trauma has been a challenge for our mental health and medical systems. The comprehensive evaluation and treatment has just begun to be integrated in our systems of care. Working with addictions and habits, the urges, triggers,  and relapse, along with co-occurring disorders is quite a lot for both therapist and client to manage. High quality treatment could be likened to a well-rehearsed dance where the partners, one leading and the other following, are in sync and well attuned. As EMDR therapists working with this population, we need to be highly attuned, and able to follow our clients’ lead as they ride the tide of emotion, memory, and craving that arise as they move through the process of recovery and transformation.

Presenter Bio
Jan Schaad, LCSW is a certified EMDR therapist, consultant and trainer specializing in trauma and addictive disorders. Jan maintains a private practice in Wyoming, helping facilitate the healing of trauma and the change of mind/body habits to achieve peak performance. Jan mentors EMDR therapists in both learning and teaching EMDR, and provides Basic and Advanced Trainings in Trauma and EMDR therapy.

8:30—8:45 a.m.  Sign In; Meet and Greet
The development of habits addictive patterns in the brain. Addictions: social, psychological, emotional, relational, and environmental factors. Comprehensive
treatment of addiction and trauma—an Overview
Research on EMDR with Addictions.
10:20—10:30 a.m.   BREAK
10:30—12:15 p.m.   DIDACTIC PRESENTATION
AIP Case Conceptualization with Co-Occurring Disorders/Diagnoses. Psychotherapy through the lens of AIP. Phases 1 and 2 of EMDR Therapy: Strategies for
complex cases.
12:15—-1:30 p.m.    LUNCH BREAK
Phase 1 and 2 Strategies Continued:  Complex Cases; Habits, and Addictions
2:45—3:00 p.m.    BREAK
Working with Addiction Memory, Defenses, and Feeling States

8:45a.m.—10:20 a.m.  DIDACTIC PRESENTATION
Phase 8: Modifications for Implementation at History and Assessment Phases. Phases 2 & 3: Beginning the Processing of Difficult Issues/Events. Phases 4 through 7: Strategies for Targeting Habits/Patterns
10:20—10:30 a.m.  BREAK

Blocks: types and strategies for intervention. Two Handed Interweave (Shapiro, R.). Targeting Defenses in the Processing of Habits and Patterns (Knipe, J.).
12:15—-1:30 p.m.   LUNCH               
1:30—-2:45 p.m.    DIDACTIC PRESENTATION AND DEMO on processing habits

2:45—3:00 p.m.    BREAK
3:00—5:00 p.m.    DIDACTIC PRESENTATION 
The Future Template. Reprocessing Trauma Memories within the Treatment Plan for Addiction. Targeting Urges and Triggers. Targeting Relapse. Wrap-Up: Review of the workshop objectives and main points; Questions.

Learning Objectives 

  • Name the client resources needed for the re-processing of problematic habits/patterns.
  • Identify three strategies for expanding client stabilization and readiness for processing of addictive patterns.
  • Identify therapist strategies for determining the positive functions of defenses.
  • Name 3 questions that will speed up therapeutic alliance and assist the therapist with conceptualizing the client’s readiness to change within the AIP model.
  • Describe and use the procedures for targeting positive affect.
  • Describe and use the procedures for targeting urges to engage in addictive patterns.
  • Describe how to use the Two Handed Interweave with addictive patterns.
  • Describe 3 ways to use future template in EMDR with addictions.

Please click here to register for this Two Day Workshop http://www.emdrpractice.com/event/treating-habits-addictions-training-emdr-therapy-denver/




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