EMDR HAP – ON DEMAND – Barry Lit-I-Gaze Interweave for Attachment Repair in EMDR
The I-Gaze interweave is used in conjunction with the standard protocol to facilitate attachment repair during phase four. This workshop will describe two models for phase three assessment and two interweaves for use in phase four, when the standard protocol is not effective. The Domains of Self-model aids therapists in rapidly assessing the relevant family of negative cognitions and what the challenges and resolution of each domain might look like. The Zone of Optimal Arousal examines the interaction of the window of tolerance and dual awareness variables so therapists can identify what, if any, interweaves will be needed in phase 4, including Somatic Interweaves. Lecture, PowerPoint, and video will be accompanied by numerous case examples. This course is appropriate for intermediate or advanced therapists that are fully trained in EMDR Part One and Part Two.
Barry Litt, LMFT
Barry received his Master’s degree in family therapy in Philadelphia where he studied contextual therapy with its founder, Ivan Boszormenyi-Nagy. Barry is an EMDRIA Approved Consultant, and a member and frequent presenter for the ISSTD and EMDRIA. He has authored three chapters in as many books plus a journal article on the integration of EMDR with couples and family therapy, and has presented workshops at 12 annual EMDR conferences and numerous two-day trainings to international audiences. Barry was a misconduct investigator for the NH Board of Mental Health for a 10-year period. Barry is in private practice in Concord, NH.
Participants will be able to:
- Identify salient negative cognition for EMDR targeting
- Describe the zone of optimal processing for efficient and safe reprocessing
- Describe four varieties of suboptimal processing and identify strategies for intervention
- Utilize somatic interweaves for maintaining their clients within the zone of optimal processing
- Utilize the I-Gaze interweave for attachment repair during phase four of the 8 phase EMDR protocol.
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