Product Detail

EMDR Demonstration Series with Laurel Parnell, Ph.D.
Package - Video
$359.91 USD
$299.99
Product Details
Format:
Package - Video
Author:
LAUREL PARNELL, PH.D.
Publisher:
PESI Inc.
Copyright:
1/1/2014
CE Available:
Yes, See CE credit tab for complete continuing education details
Product Code:
RVKIT052510
Objectives
[+] [-] 051480 - Attachment-focused EMDR to Heal a Relationship Trauma
  1. Describe the importance of the therapeutic relationship and therapist flexibility in adapting to the client’s needs.
  2. Explain the development and installation of resources and overcoming roadblocks to developing resources in the therapeutic session.

[+] [-] 051485 - Attachment-focused EMDR for the Repair of Early Childhood Separation and Loss
  1. Summarize how to use Attachment-Focused EMDR™ with clients who have experienced trauma from early childhood separation and loss.
  2. Illustrate the development and installation of resources in the therapeutic session.

[+] [-] 051490 - Attachment-focused EMDR for an Eating Disorder
  1. Demonstrate how to use EMDR in the therapeutic session for a dysfunctional behavior
  2. Identify how to use Attachment-Focused EMDR™ to repair a client’s unmet developmental needs.

[+] [-] 052410 - Attachment-Focused EMDR for Early Child Sexual Abuse by a Stranger
  1. Recognize when the client has installed of a good team of resources during the therapeutic session

[+] [-] 052415 - EMDR for a Sleep Issue Related to Medical Trauma
  1. Demonstrate the therapeutic use of eye movement and knee tapping bilateral stimulation techniques.

[+] [-] 052425 - EMDR for Panic and Anxiety in an Overwhelmed Single Mother
  1. Summarize the importance of processing multiple channels from one target as it relates to case conceptualization.

[+] [-] 052430 - EMDR for PTSD from a Natural Disaster
  1. Identify the three parts of the modified EMDR protocol, and how the protocol informs clinical treatment interventions.

Outline
[+] [-] 051480 - Attachment-focused EMDR to Heal a Relationship Trauma
  • Introduction of Laurel Parnell and EMDR
  • Introduction of session
  • Exploring the Presenting Problem
  • History
  • Establishing the Bilateral Stimulation
  • Installments
    • Peaceful Place
    • Nurturing Figures
    • Protector Figures
    • Wise Figure
  • Checking the EMDR Target from Past Session
  • Picture
  • Attempting to Bridge to Find an Early Incident
    • Body Sensation
  • Modified Protocol
  • Checking the Target
  • Checking the SUDS
  • Socratic Interweaves
  • Checking the SUDS
  • Checking for a Positive Cognition (PC)
  • Body Scan
  • Checking the Recent Trigger
  • Processing the Trigger
  • Imagining a Future Scenario
  • Closure
  • Session Summary

[+] [-] 051485 - Attachment-focused EMDR for the Repair of Early Childhood Separation and Loss
  • Introduction of Laurel Parnell and EMDR
  • Introduction of session
  • Background of patient
  • Establishing the Bilateral Stimulation Preferences
  • Establishing Signal for Stop and Keep Going
  • Installments
    • Peaceful Place
    • Nurturing Figures
    • Protector Figures
    • Wise Figure
    • Inner Community
    • Team of Inner Resource
  • Target Development
    • Bridging from a negative cognition to find a target
  • Refining the Picture (Begin the Modified Protocol)
  • Emotions
  • Negative Cognition (Begin BLS for Desensitization)
  • Checking the Target with Child Self
  • Designing Imagination Interweaves
    • Repair/Meeting the Child’s Needs
  • Checking the Target with Child Self
  • Checking the SUDS
  • Split-screen Interweave
    • Sort Out the Past from the Present
  • Checking the Target
  • Installing a Positive Cognition (PC)
  • Checking the Present Situation
  • Checking for a New Positive Cognition
    • New Positive Scene Arises
  • New Positive Cognition
    • “I can forgive my mother.”
  • Checking the Body
  • Closing and Debriefing
  • Question and Answer Session

[+] [-] 051490 - Attachment-focused EMDR for an Eating Disorder
  • Introduction of Laurel Parnell and EMDR
  • Introduction of session
  • Presenting the Problem
  • Exploring the History of the Presenting Problem
  • Installments
    • Peaceful Place
    • Nurturing Figure
    • Protector Figure
    • Wise Figure
    • Team of Inner Helpers
  • Looking for an Example of Bingeing from which to Bridge
  • Using the Bridging Technique to Find a Target
  • Bridging from Urge to Binge
  • Orienting Time and Place
  • Developing a Target
  • Checking the Target
  • Checking in with the Baby
  • Following a Somatic Channel
  • Returning to Target
  • Imagination Interweaves
    • Meet the Baby’s Needs
    • Moving Forward in Time
    • Exploring what the 9 year-old child needs
    • Meet 9 year-old’s needs
  • Checking for a Positive Cognition
  • Installing the PC
    • “I am Loved” with the “Movie”
  • Imagination Interweave
  • Checking with the Baby
  • Positive Cognition
    • “I can trust”
  • Installing the PC with the Baby Scene
  • Checking the Trigger to Binge Scene
  • Processing the Remaining Charge from the Trigger Scene
  • Doing a Reality Check
    • EMDR Can’t Change What is True
  • More Reality Checking
    • Is this something that needs to be addressed in her life now, or is this coming from the past?
  • Checking the New Scenario
    • New Future Scenario of Making Better Healthy Choices
    • Identifying an Area for Future Work
    • Imagining the Future Scenario with New Behavior
  • Checking the Work
    • Debriefing the session and identifying possible future work
  • Session Summary

[+] [-] 052410 - Attachment-Focused EMDR for Early Child Sexual Abuse by a Stranger
  • Explore the presenting problem, symptoms and triggers
  • Establish safe boundaries and preferences for bilateral stimulation
  • Create and install resources and metaphors for nurturing, wisdom and peace
  • Establish a signal for stop and keep going
  • Target development
  • Refine the picture or scene
  • Integrate bilateral stimulation
  • Check the target
  • Explore the processing block
  • Design and install imagination and Socratic interweaves
  • Revisit the picture or scene
  • Check the target
  • Install a positive cognition (PC)
  • Check the trigger scene
  • Process the trigger scene with new feelings
  • Check triggers
  • Closing and debriefing

[+] [-] 052415 - EMDR for a Sleep Issue Related to Medical Trauma
  • Explore the presenting problem, symptoms and triggers
  • Review multiple Eye Movement demonstrations
  • Establish safe boundaries and preferences for bilateral stimulation
  • Create and install resources and metaphors for nurturing, wisdom and peace
  • Establish a signal for stop and keep going
  • Target development
  • Refine the picture or scene
  • Integrate bilateral stimulation
  • Check the target
  • Explore the processing block
  • Design and install imagination and Socratic interweaves
  • Revisit the picture or scene
  • Check the target
  • Install a positive cognition (PC)
  • Check the trigger scene
  • Process the trigger scene with new feelings
  • Check triggers
  • Closing and debriefing

[+] [-] 052425 - EMDR for Panic and Anxiety in an Overwhelmed Single Mother
  • Create and install resources and metaphors for safety and peace
  • Establish a signal for stop and keep going
  • Target development
  • Refine the picture or scene
  • Integrate bilateral stimulation
  • Check the target
  • Explore the processing block
  • Design and install imagination and resource interweaves
  • Revisit the picture or scene
  • Check the SUDS
  • Install a positive cognition (PC)
  • Check the trigger scene
  • Process the trigger scene with new feelings
  • Check triggers

[+] [-] 052430 - EMDR for PTSD from a Natural Disaster
  • Establishing Bilateral Stimulation Preferences
  • Establishing a Signal for Stop and Keep Going
  • Create resources and metaphors for safety and peace
  • Target Development
  • Refining the Picture
  • Checking the Target with Child Self
  • Designing Imagination Interweaves
  • Checking the Target with Child Self
  • Checking the Target
  • Installing a Positive Cognition (PC)
  • Complete a Body Scan
  • Checking the Present Situation
  • Imagine a Future Pace
  • New Positive Cognition

Author

LAUREL PARNELL, PH.D.

Dr. Laurel Parnell is one of the world’s experts on the therapeutic tool EMDR. A clinical psychologist, she has trained thousands in EMDR in her international workshops and instructional videos. Dr. Parnell is the author of A Therapist’s Guide to EMDR, EMDR in the Treatment of Adults Abused as Children, Transforming Trauma: EMDR, and Tapping In: A Step-by-Step Guide to Activating Your Healing Resource Through Bilateral Stimulation as well as articles and a chapter in the EMDR Casebook. Dr. Parnell's newest book, Attachment-Focused EMDR: Healing Relational Trauma, integrates the latest in attachment theory and research into the use of EMDR. Dr. Parnell has served on the faculty of the California Institute for Integral Studies and John F. Kennedy University.

An EMDR pioneer and innovator, Dr. Parnell has immersed herself in the practice and development of EMDR since 1991 bringing a client-centered attachment-focused approach to the work. A frequent presenter at conferences, she has been interviewed for television, radio and print. She maintains a private practice in San Rafael, California.
Continuing Education Credits Awarded for Completion of Entire Package
[+] [-] Combined Continuing Education Credit From All Components
Breakdown of Continuing Education Credits by Components
[+] [-] 051480 - Attachment-focused EMDR to Heal a Relationship Trauma
[+] [-] 051485 - Attachment-focused EMDR for the Repair of Early Childhood Separation and Loss
[+] [-] 051490 - Attachment-focused EMDR for an Eating Disorder
[+] [-] 051495 - Attachment-focused EMDR for Panic and Anxiety
[+] [-] 052410 - Attachment-Focused EMDR for Early Child Sexual Abuse by a Stranger
[+] [-] 052415 - EMDR for a Sleep Issue Related to Medical Trauma
[+] [-] 052420 - EMDR for Fear of Public Speaking
[+] [-] 052425 - EMDR for Panic and Anxiety in an Overwhelmed Single Mother
[+] [-] 052430 - EMDR for PTSD from a Natural Disaster
Audience
Counselors, Social Workers, Psychologists, Case Managers, Therapists, Addiction Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists, Other Mental Health Professionals