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Integrating Somatic Psychotherapy into EMDR AIP Model
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Presented by Craig Penner, MFT Approved for 24 EMDRIA Credits

11/14/2014 to 11/17/2014
When: 11/14/2014
Where: The Emerson Center
111 South Grand Ave
Bozeman, Montana  59715
United States
Presenter: Craig Penner, MFT
Contact: Stasia Owen

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Integrating Somatic Psychotherapy into EMDR AIP Model: Pacing the Work, Tracking Resiliency, Deepening Processing

Approved for 24 EMDRIA Credits

This 4-day workshop displays how assessing and intervening from a somatic perspective when using EMDR enhances the therapy process. Heightened awareness of body functioning aids the therapist in pacing the work well, which is challenging with clients who struggle to stay regulated. This approach taps into our natural inclination towards completion, integrating well with the EMDR AIP Model.

EMDR has proven to be a highly effective methodology for reprocessing trauma, working through unfinished material, building strengths and resources, and integrating new learning and states of being. The EMDR protocols take advantage of our natural drive for completion, or adaptive information processing (AIP). From somatic approaches to psychotherapy, we see that bringing awareness to the body and functioning of the nervous system also taps into this inclination towards growth and completion.

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