E. is for Embodiment: Resolving Somatic Dissociation to Enable an Embodied Self

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Goals

EMDR-123 Module 4 – “E. is for Embodiment: Resolving Somatic Dissociation to Enable an Embodied Self"

In this workshop, the basic techniques that EMDR therapists need to know about somatic therapy are emphasized, in contrast to somatic trainings where the method stands alone. This module is tailored to our needs in standard and Early Trauma EMDR during Temporal Integration. The use of low dose naltrexone (LDN) will be discussed as an adjunct for those with somatic dissociation, but not structural dissociation. The cornerstone of this skill set is to enable client to develop the capacity to hear the story told by the body, enabling efficient association of previously dissociated and disowned experience in later Phase IV Desensitization. Typically, this loss of embodiment starts in very early life, so the use of these somatic methods in conjunction with EMDR and, for very early trauma, the ET-EMDR approach, used in later Phase IV will enable the client to reclaim their body, and live an embodied life.

 

Objectives:

At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • List eight basic somatic methods useful for EMDR Phase II Preparation in individuals with somatic dissociation.
  • Describe how to shorten Phase II Preparation by teaching somatic methods during Phase IV Desensitization in ET-EMDR.
  • Define how low dose naltrexone can shorten EMDR Phase II Preparation in individuals with somatic dissociation.

 

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CE Approval Information

  • This course fulfills 3 hours of Advanced EMDR Training.
  • The Steve Frankel Group, LLC (SFG) is approved as a CE provider by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for Psychologists. SFG maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
  • This course meets the qualifications for 3.0 hours of continuing education credit for psychologists and licensees of the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
  • Reciprocity for Master Degree clinicians may vary by state. Please check with your state licensing agency or board.
  • The Steve Frankel Group is an approved EMDRIA Credit Provider (EC Provider Number:15002).  SFG maintains responsibility for this program and its content. 
  • EMDRIA Program Approval Number: #15002-DL31 to EMDRIA Program Approval Number:#15002-38

 

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