Neuroaffective Embodied Self-Therapy (N.E.S.T.): Integrating EMDR, Ego State and Somatic Therapies to Address Complex Cases Including Early Trauma and Neglect (Paulsen)
Course: Neuroaffective Embodied Self-Therapy (N.E.S.T.): Integrating EMDR, Ego State and Somatic Therapies to Address Complex Cases Including Early Trauma and Neglect (EMDR-129)
Instructors: Sandra Paulsen
Approved for 3.0 Hours of CE Credit
Fulfills License Requirements
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Dr. Paulsen guides the participant to a systematic approach to treating complex trauma cases integrating somatic, ego state and EMDR therapies and more. The work begins with a structured clinical interview that leads to case formulation and treatment planning. Those findings point to neuroaffective strategies that work directly on the brain, somatic therapy in the case of somatic dissociation, ego state therapy for structural dissociation and loyalty to the aggressor, early trauma EMDR for trauma and neglect in implicit memory in the first years of life, or standard EMDR for trauma held in explicit memory from later in life. The workshop is suitable for those with and without EMDR, somatic and/or hypnosis training, as there is something for everyone in the workshop. Dr Paulsen illustrates her trainings and books with her own original psychologically instructive cartoons.
Course Goal and Objectives
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Distinguish treatment plans for somatic vs structural dissociation
- List four Neuroaffective strategies useful for EMDR Phase II Preparation
- Summarize somatic therapeutic interventions.
- Define ego state tactics to reduce loyalty to the aggressor
- Define four temporal integration tactics when working in implicit memory.
Your access to the course material extends for 1-year from the date of purchase.