Playful EMDR Therapy with Children Webinar Series PART 4
November 16, 2020
Presenters will discuss cultural considerations in the work with Latinx children and teens and strategies that they have found effective by clinical observation and client feedback such as the use of analogies to assist with history taking, preparation, and reprocessing phases of EMDR therapy. Presenters will utilize three principles as guidelines for play therapy interventions: (1) Follow the child’s lead and interest; (2) Be curious, ask questions and maintain an open attitude; (3) Utilize and emphasize cultural and individual strengths.
Viviana Triana is a Licensed Clinical Social Work Supervisor in TX and EMDRIA Approved Consultant. Viviana was born in Colombia, South America and specializes in working with Latinx families who have experienced complex trauma in settings such as rape and domestic violence centers.
Viviana Urdaneta is an LCSW, EMDR Certified Therapist, and Approved Consultant. She specializes in counseling for survivors of trauma, domestic violence, and sexual assault. Viviana is from Colombia, South-America and considers herself bilingual and bicultural. Viviana has worked consistently to promote utilization of EMDR therapy with the Latinx community
1:00 – 3:30 Presentation
3:30 – 4:00 Moderated Q & A
Participants will be able to:
- Identify at least 3 cultural considerations that are important in play and EMDR therapy with Latinx children in order to improve case conceptualization, treatment planning, and reprocessing of traumatic and life disturbing
- Identify three principles as a framework to practice EMDR therapy with Latinx children clients in a play therapy context
- Describe at least 3 play-based interventions that can be used with Latinx children and teens in the context of EMDR therapy.
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- This course is NOT available for NBCC credit. Social workers participating in this course will receive 3 Clinical continuing education clock hours.
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- ANN BECKLEY-FOREST ONLY – Ann Beckley-Forest is APT Approved Provider 15-406. Approved for 3 non-contact CEs in play therapy special topics.
This course is Interactive.