A Practical Guide for EMDR Therapists
Presenter: Dolores Mosquera
Postponed to October 22-23
This training is based on the book written by Dolores Mosquera titled, “Working with Voices and Dissociative Parts.”
Many therapists report problems in working with patients with dissociative disorders, especially in regards to developing the treatment plan, structuring the sessions, or managing the patient’s internal conflict, as well as working with those parts that are most challenging. When parts are stuck in trauma, it is easy to encounter a wide range of difficulties in therapy. Some of the main problems are related to the internal conflict presented by these patients, who show difficulties in regulatory capacities, distrust and hostility. Working with EMDR requires approaching the difficulties of this clinical population, as well as developing skills to adapt the procedures and techniques.
This workshop will describe useful concepts to help therapists understand patients with dissociative disorders and organize the work plan with EMDR. In addition, a variety of techniques and tools for the different steps of the work will be illustrated, allowing for safe interventions with various types of clinical problems and dissociative parts. A conceptualization model developed specifically for dissociative disorders will be presented, as well as a guide to carry out a treatment plan adapted to several common difficulties (Mosquera, 2019).
It is approved by EMDRIA #13018-25 for 12 hrs.Click Here to Purchase Your Ticket
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Key Program Content
1. Key concepts in working with Dissociative Disorders
2. How to structure the work plan
3. Organizing the session
4. How to develop the Adult Self
5. Scheme to explore the internal system and understand the conflict.
6. Working with complicated parts.
1. Participants will be able to describe at least 5 key aspects of working with Dissociative Disorders.
2. Participants will be able to describe how to structure the work plan
3. Participants will be able to list examples of organizing the session
4. Participants will be able to describe at least 5 ways to develop the Adult Self
5. Participants will be able explain how to explore the internal system
6. Participants will be able to list a specific way of conceptualizing dissociative disorder cases
About our Presenter: Dolores Mosquera
Dolores Mosquera, author of Working with Voices and Dissociative Parts: A trauma-informed approach, is a psychologist and psychotherapist specializing in severe and complex trauma, personality disorders, and dissociation. She is an accredited EMDR Europe Trainer and supervisor. Dolores is the director of the Institute for the Study of Trauma and Personality Disorders (INTRA-TP) in A Coruña, Spain—a 3-clinic private institution initially founded in 2000. She collaborates with two different Domestic Violence Programs, one focused on Women Victims of DV and another one on Males with Violent Behavior. She belongs to the Spanish National Network for the Assistance of Victims of Terrorism, and also collaborates with an organization aiding victims of emergencies, accidents, violent attacks, kidnapping and other traumatic incidents.
Dolores has extensive teaching experience leading seminars, workshops, and lectures internationally. She has participated as a guest speaker in numerous conferences and workshops throughout Europe, Asia, Australia, and North, Central, and South America. She has published 15 books and numerous articles on personality disorders, complex trauma, and dissociation, and is a recognized expert in this field. She also teaches in several Universities, and collaborates supervising Clinical Psychologists in postgraduate training programs in Spain. She received the David Servan-Schreiber award for outstanding contributions to the EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Processing) field in 2017, and was made a Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation in 2018, for her important contributions to the trauma and dissociation field.
Sponsored by Jackson Community Counseling Center