Playful EMDR Therapy with Children Webinar Series PART 1
THE POCKET SMOCK: PLAYFULLY PREPARED AND PROTECTED
The Pocket Smock is a playful EMDR Phase Two intervention to facilitate the preparation process. It is designed to be a creative, visible and even tangible location to consolidate the child’s acquired self-regulation resources.
Faith Thompson-Lee, Ed.M.
Faith Thompson-Lee is a Student Support Counselor, creator and coordinator of the district’s first Reflection Room, EMDR therapist and certified Theraplay therapist in East Patchogue, NY and previously served as adjunct faculty at SUNY-Buffalo in the counseling program.
USING TRAUMA-SENSITIVE YOGA AND EMBODIED PLAY THERAPY FOR STABILIZATION AND RESOURCING
The practice of trauma-sensitive yoga helps to calm the central nervous system, thus decreasing the physiological and biochemical byproducts of stress, encouraging children to slow down, pay attention to the present, and to notice how their body is feeling. Embodied play therapy techniques, more specifically those that integrate trauma-sensitive yoga, allow children to develop a rich variety of resources for stabilization and affect regulation.
Jennifer Lefebre-McCall, Psy.D. RPT-S, TCTSY-F
Jennifer Lefebre is a play therapist, EMDR therapist and the owner of Healing the Child Within in New Hartford, CT. She is certified to teach trauma-sensitive yoga and a wellknown play therapy presenter.
12-12:30 Integration of EMDR and Play Therapy
12:30-1:30: Trauma Sensitive Yoga
1:30-2:30: Pocket Smock preparation
2:30-3:00 Panel Presenters for Q & A
Participants will be able to:
- Explain how play therapy approaches and the core therapeutic powers of play make memory networks available for adaptive information processing with EMDR.
- Apply 2 trauma-sensitive yoga-based embodied play therapy interventions to foster introspection, increasing regulatory capacities to build resilience, competency, and self-confidence.
- Practice a proposed Pocket Smock for a client devise a plan to implement this playful and creative preparation resource in their therapeutic setting.
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