Attachment-Focused EMDR - Healing Relational Trauma (Anglais) Relié – 18 octobre 2013
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Dr. Parnell explains how to proceed doing AF-EMDR sessions utilizing the Modified EMDR Protocol. Each session begins with positive resource installation before identifying the client's disturbing image, emotions, body sensations and negative cognition. Then it proceeds to the desentization phase--processing (with bilateral stimulation) the activated trauma memory networks until reaching a SUDS of 0 or 1 (with body scanning to check that processing is complete). It follows to installation of the positive cognition that arises spontaneously with the evolved picture, and ends with closure and debriefing. She explains how the Modified (simplified) Protocol that she teaches allows the client to freely process memory networks and how the more complicated Standard Protocol disrupts processing.
Dr. Parnell addresses the importance of assessing the client's capacity to process trauma and of installing positive protective resources before proceeding with processing. She explains how to identify the "target" and the technique of "bridging" that often takes the client from present to childhood trauma. She discusses how to bring attachment focus to the desensitazation phase of AF-EMDR and to navigate the client's processing of memory networks and when to return to "target". She elaborates on the use of "interweaves" to unblock processing and to faciliate integration of the adult with the child's perspective. She describes techniques to manage overwhelming abreactions, flooding and looping in the client's processing of traumatic memories and to maintain their sense of safety. She highlights the technique of guiding the client to develop a reparative "new mother or father" and filling in their developmental deficits with their imagined nurturing parent. Her book is filled with cases and examples of AF-EMDR sessions carried out by herself and EMDR therapists she has trained. The cases and sessions are poignantly illustrative of the specific techniques she teaches in each chapter. She advocates that doing AF-EMDR with clients who have early attachment wounds be done with consultation by a certified EMDR trainer.
Some of the most difficult clients are those who suffered attachment wounds in early childhood. I've used the techniques from this book and had good results. The Modified EMDR protocol Dr. Parnell identifies is rapidly becoming my standard protocol.
BTW, I emailed her company with a question about one of her distance-learning programs. She replied personally.