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The I-gaze Interweave for Attachment Repair in EMDR Therapy

April 17 @ 5:00 am - 8:00 am EDT

Summary

The I-Gaze interweave is an intersubjective, dyadic resource to facilitate resolution of attachment trauma. This four-part training begins with the Domains of Self model: a heuristic for rapid assessment for differentiating attachment trauma from relational or shock traumas. The second part describes the zone of optimal arousal – a model that guides the therapist to assessing stability in Phase 4 and remedy over arousal. The third part describes somatic interweaves for regulating autonomic arousal. The workshop concludes with the I-Gaze Interweave for attachment repair in phase 4. Interweave-specific transference and countertransference phenomenon will be examined for their diagnostic and prognostic value.

Learning Objectives:

  • To learn a typology of “self-experience” and be able to rapidly identify salient negative cognition for EMDR targeting.
  • To describe the zone of optimal processing for efficient and safe reprocessing.
  • To describe four varieties of suboptimal processing and identify strategies for intervention.
  • To utilize somatic interweaves for maintaining their clients within the zone of optimal processing.
  • To utilize the I-Gaze interweave for attachment repair during phase four of the 8 phase EMDR protocol.

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Details

Date:
April 17
Time:
5:00 am - 8:00 am EDT
Cost:
$500 – $600
https://emdrcanadaconference.com/presentations/the-i-gaze-interweave-for-attachment-repair-in-emdr-therapy/

Venue

Online

Organizer

EMDR Annual Canada Conference
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