412 512 Changing the Narrative Part 1 & Part 2: The Psychotherapy of EMDR
Saturday All-Day: Two Part
While EMDR has become known as a highly effective psychotherapy approach for neutralizing traumatic memories, it’s evolved into a comprehensive and powerful therapy . . .
that goes well beyond helping clients reprocess negative experiences to transforming the way they feel about themselves and their lives. In this workshop, you’ll be introduced to the eight-phase information-processing model of EMDR, which helps clients identify and reprocess experiences that have shaped their sense of self and view of the world, limiting their capacity to live an authentic life. You’ll learn how EMDR can be used to work with core themes and experiences underlying people’s current life difficulties, freeing them to fully realize their own identity, change the narrative of their lives, and experience a fuller, more flexible and expansive, sense of self. (This session will continue with Workshop 512.)Deany Laliotis, L.I.C.S.W.,
is a trainer, clinical consultant, and practitioner of EMDR. She’s on the faculty of EMDR Institute, Inc., and is the codirector of EMDR of Greater Washington. Her chapter on EMDR appears in Psychotherapist Revealed: Therapists Speak about Self-Disclosure in Psychotherapy