EMDR Basic Training Part 1
EMDR is recognised as having the highest level of research evidence for the treatment of PTSD by the Australian Psychological Society (EBPI Review 2010).
Over 300 studies have been published showing EMDR to be effective for treating depression, anxiety, phobias, addictions, body dysmorphia, etc. It has been used effectively with children and adolescents.
BASIC TRAINING OVERVIEW
The EMDR Basic Training, comprised of Part 1 and 2, is designed for appropriately qualified/registered mental health practitioners who treat clients in a clinical setting. EMDR is a complex approach to psychotherapy that accelerates the treatment of a wide range of pathologies and self-esteem issues related to upsetting past traumatic events and present life conditions. This interactional, standardized approach has been empirically tested with patients evincing a considerable range of presenting complaints, including, loss of a loved one, rape, sexual molestation, Vietnam combat and natural disaster. As a therapeutic treatment model that has been developed with an understanding of human behaviour, EMDR addresses clinical issues relevant to behaviour in the social environment.
GOAL OF THE EMDR BASIC PART 1 TRAINING
This experiential training will familiarize participants with THE EMDR model of psychotherapy. In particular, the following areas are covered in Part 1 of Basic EMDR training.
10 hours of didactic + 10 hours of supervised practice
Identification of parameters treatable with EMDR
Use of EMDR Approach as a form of psychotherapy
The Adaptive Information Processing Model
Components involved in the approved EMDR Approach
8 Phases of EMDR for comprehensive treatment
Clinical implications of existing research
Criteria for client selection
Strategies for effective and safe use of EMDR
Treatment planning and case conceptualization
EMDR is a specialized approach that requires supervised training for full therapeutic effectiveness and client safety. The training will consist of lecture, live and videotaped demonstrations and supervised practice. The format of this workshop has been designed by the originator of EMDR, Francine Shapiro, PhD. The workshop leaders have been individually selected and trained by her to provide the comprehensive information necessary for appropriate client selection and effective utilization of EMDR. This is the workshop program which has been taught by Dr. Shapiro since 1990. EMDR Institute adheres to the ethical standards of APA, social work, nursing and mental health board.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Nick Cocco BSc(Psych)Hons; MA(Hons)(Clinical Psychology) has been a member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists since 1994 and has over 29 years experience. Nick has specialties in the treatment of trauma related conditions ranging from single incident PTSD through to the more complex presentations of personality, dissociative and other disorders which are the sequelae of histories of repetitive child based trauma and neglect. Additionally, he has taught and trained professionals via workshops and supervision in these areas and presented his own research into the treatment efficacy of EMDR with childhood darkness phobia at an international EMDR conference (1995) and was the main author of the second ever child case study published in a peer reviewed journal, of successful EMDR treatment of PTSD (1993).
Nick has been variously employed in a psychological capacity both within the public (25 Years), non-government and private sectors since 1983 and was regraded to Senior Clinical Psychologist within the public sector in 1994. Within the public sector, he has had extensive experience both in adult, child and family mental health services. He is currently in full time private practice.
Nick utilises various psychological therapies which are extensions of and/or consistent with basic CBT such as Schema Therapy, IRRT (Imagery Rescripting and Reprocessing Therapy) and Ego State Therapy which are necessary in the successful treatment of clients who are referred with more complex issues. As an EMDR Institute Trainer accredited by the EMDR Association of Australia, Nick also has expert knowledge in a treatment modality recommended as a first line intervention for PTSD.
|Location||NSW Metro, Australia|
Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
|Start/End Date||4 Feb 2013 to 6 Feb 2013|
|Time||Registration: from 8am; Start Time 8.30am Finish Time: Days 1&2 at 5pm and Day 3 at 4pm|
|Cost||$750 ($825 inc GST) per participant; earlybird (before 12/10/2012) $700 ($770 inc GST)|
|Organiser||Nick Cocco Clinical Psychologist Pty Ltd|
|Contact Name||Kathryn Cree|
|Telephone||02 6230 9187|
|Fax||02 6230 9858|