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Susan Brown – An Integrative Neurodevelopmental Approach to Treating Addictions within an EMDR Framework

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San Diego, CA

November 2-3, 2018

This advanced workshop is designed for fully trained EMDR clinicians who want to develop their skills working with trauma, substance use disorder, and other maladaptive behaviors using an “Integrative Neurodevelopmental Approach” within an EMDR therapy framework. Addictions and other maladaptive behaviors present clinicians with a complex clinical landscape, having bio-psycho-social seeds originating in early development including transgenerational contributions. This workshop will explore the roles of Attachment, ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences), neurobiological / developmental vulnerabilities, along with a focus on ego states (“parts work”) informed by the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model, integrated within the 8 phase, 3-prong EMDR protocol.

Presenter Bio:
Susan Brown in a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Board Certified Diplomat in private practice in San Diego, CA, specializing in the treatment of trauma and addictions. She was a principal investigator in a pilot study utilizing an Integrated Trauma Treatment Program (ITTP) in the Thurston County Drug Court in Washington State combining Seeking Safety and EMDR therapy. She has co-authored a book chapter and articles on the subjects of trauma, addiction, and personality disorder. She has presented nationally on the use of EMDR therapy with co-occurring trauma and addiction. She is an EMDRIA-Approved Consultant and Basic Training Facilitator for the EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Program and the EMDR Institute.
Registration and Continental Breakfast          8:00 AM – 8:30 AM                                 
Day One program                                           8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Day Two program                                           8:30 AM – 4:30 PM       
Learning Objectives:  

  • Conceptualize and describe addiction as a complex, bio-psycho-social, neurodevelopmental disorder of attachment, affect dysregulation, response to adverse childhood experiences, learning, memory, genetic vulnerability and neuroplasticity.
  • Identify three ways in which addictions may be viewed through the lens of maladaptive attachment.
  • Utilize the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study questionnaire during Phase 1 history to assist in developing an experience-specific, collaborative treatment plan.
  • Introduce and normalize the concept of “Parts of Self” with clients in the early stages of treatment in preparation for later reprocessing, emphasizing the “helpful intention” of parts to meet perceived needs across the lifespan.
  • Describe the theoretical framework of (IFS) Internal Family Systems (Schwartz), a trauma-informed ego state approach, highlighting the parallels between EMDR/AIP and IFS and how to integrate parts work throughout the 8 phases and 3 prongs of EMDR therapy.
  • Identify and prepare clients’ addiction-specific preparation needs and resources to maximize treatment retention, including future fears regarding the loss of their “solution.”
  • Integrate existing AIP-informed addiction treatment elements (DeTUR, Positive Affect/ Feeling States, Avoidance, and Addiction Memory) seamlessly within EMDR therapy’s 8 phase, 3 prong protocol.
  • Develop an addiction-specific AIP informed treatment plan including identification of both “rewarding” and “disturbing” memory elements, and timing of targeting (What to do and when to do it). This will include the use of IFS-informed interweaves integrated within EMDR to reprocess (unburden) the underlying trauma, preventing clients form engaging in a more adaptive fulfilling life.

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