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EMDR HAP – Dawn Brock Presents An Introduction to EMDR Therapy with Military and Veterans

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Saturday, July 21, 2018 

Bridgeport, CT 

This event is provided for mental health professionals trained in no less than EMDR Part I. The emphasis of this training is to enhance knowledge and cultural competency for working with military and veterans. To include, information about special considerations when using EMDR with these populations, such as physiological triggers, mental health stigma, and common stuck points (e.g., survivor guilt, moral injury, anger, frequent deployers, and military identity). Lastly, this presentation will offer suggestions about EMDR protocols and complementary alternative treatments (e.g., TCTSY, Yoga for Warriors, Warriors at Ease, Mindful Yoga Therapy, iRest, MBSR).

Presenter Bio
This event is presented by Dawn Brock, PsyD, ABPP, who is a licensed clinical psychologist with nine years of experience as a uniformed military psychologist. Currently, she is a staff psychologist in the Trauma Recovery Program at the Huntington, WV VA. Dr. Brock also has a private practice where she incorporates yoga, meditation and mindfulness into therapy. Dr. Brock is an EMDRIA Approved Consultant. 

Timeline:  
0900-0945 – Introduction / Overview
0945-1000 – Break
1000-1100 –  Military Mental Health 
1100-1130 –  Veteran’s Services 
1130-1200 – Military & Veterans
1200-1315 – Lunch
1315-1445 – EMDR with Military / Veterans
1315-1345 –  EMDR Intake, PTSD Interview, Trauma Timeline & Target Selection
1345-1415 – Mental Health Stigma / Resilience
1415-1445 –  Treatment Considerations
1445-1500 – Break
1500-1600 – Considerations for EMDR with Military / Veterans
1600-1630 – Q&A, Closing Comments, and Feedback

Learning Objectives:

  • Breakdown EMDR Targets and Common Stuck Points
  • Recognize Common Physiological Responses
  • List Uses for EMDR Protocols
  • Identify Complimentary Alternative Medicine Available to Military and Veterans
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Credits: 6 CE Fee: $10.00
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