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PESI: Super Resourcing Training (6+ CE Credits)

February 2

An EMDR Super Resourcing Strategy for Treating Attachment Trauma

Presented by PESI, Inc.
6+ CE Credits

See course description on PESI website for state and license CE information.

NOTE: When registering, please be sure to select the proper date from the dropdown box on PESI’s website.  Multiple dates are currently available for registration.  You may also order a recording from their website for self-paced learning.

About the Course

I’ve witnessed the power of EMDR in the treatment of trauma again and again. Yet, for all I’d seen it achieve, I wasn’t getting the same results for my clients who suffered from attachment wounding. Their symptoms such as an inability to experience essential trust or feelings of deep-seated abandonment continued to exist.

That’s why I began enhancing Phase Two of EMDR by integrating ego state and attachment-based interweaves into the processing.

The outcome? I found I could more successfully treat attachment wounds by attending to the part of the client who experienced trauma, rather than focusing on the trauma itself. Not only was the approach effective it opened the door to clients who couldn’t previously tolerate deep trauma work.

Join me for this LIVE one-day webinar and get step-by-step instructions for this EMDR resourcing strategy so you can take your EMDR therapy to the next level.

Complete with clinical applications and videos from actual client sessions, you’ll discover how to create the experience of safety, protection and guidance so critical to good therapy, reduce trauma symptoms without clients having to process trauma directly, and guide clients in creating their own corrective emotional environment consisting of installed resources and their accompanying positive sensations, emotions and cognitions.

You’ll also receive a group guided session that will deepen your understanding of the material.

So many of our clients are dealing with the legacy of traumatic attachment injuries. Learning this resourcing strategy is an opportunity to make their treatment more successful.

Register today!


February 2