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Healing the Heart of Trauma and Dissociation With EMDR and Ego State Therapy

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ISBN-10: 0826146961

ISBN-13: 9780826146960

Edition: 2008

Authors: Carol et al Forgash, Margaret Copeley

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List price: $50.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 384
Size: 6.25" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

Integrating EMDR and Ego State Treatment for Clients with Trauma Disorders
Introduction: New Help for Clients with Trauma Disorders
A Preliminary Note to Therapists
The Nature and Sequelae of Trauma
Attachment Disorders and Their Relation to Affect Regulation and Dissociation
Treatment Goals for Trauma-Disordered Clients
Ego State Theory and Therapy
Introduction to EMDR
The Eight Treatment Phases of EMDR
Potential Problems with Using EMDR with Dissociative Clients
Unique Challenges of Working with Clients with Complex Trauma
Phased Treatment with Combined EMDR and Ego State Therapy
Stabilization and Symptom Reduction
Trauma Work
The Person of the Therapist Working with Challenging Clients
She's Come Undone: A Neurobiological Exploration of Dissociative Disorders
The Relationship between Trauma and Dissociation
The Evolution of Biological Action Systems
Types of Dissociation
The Neurobiology of Primary Dissociation
The Neurobiology of Secondary Dissociation
The Neurobiology of Tertiary Dissociation
Dissociation and Medical Illnesses of Unknown Origin
Combining Hypnosis with EMDR and Ego State Therapy for Ego Strengthening
Joyce: Resolving Anxiety through Hypnosis and ECEM
Benefits of Adding Hypnosis to EMDR and Ego State Therapy
The Importance of Ego Strengthening
Introducing Hypnosis to EMDR Clients
Sequential Uses of Hypnosis in the Standard EMDR Protocol: An Extended Case Study
Changing Cognitive Schemas through EMDR and Ego State Therapy
Maintenance of Irrational Beliefs and Behaviors
Terrorism and Trauma in Northern Ireland: Police as Victims
Margaret: A Case Study of Trauma in Northern Ireland
Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder with EMDR, Ego State Therapy, and Adjunct Approaches
Talking to Parts
The Crux of the Problem and New Treatment Approaches
Working with the Dynamics of Dissociative Identity Disorder
Technical Challenges of the Treatment
ARCHITECTS: A Process for Abreactions
Case Studies
Loving Eyes: Procedures to Therapeutically Reverse Dissociative Processes While Preserving Emotional Safety
One Foot in the Present, One Foot in the Past
EMDR and Dissociation
Loving Eyes: Seeing the Traumatized Child
Mehmet: Dissociated Affect Due to Childhood Deprivation
Veronica: Targeting an Avoidance Defense
Enhancing Present Orientation
Chris: Dissociative Identity Disorder Resulting from Childhood Sexual Abuse
Hidden Selves: Treating Dissociation in the Spectrum of Personality Disorders
Historical and Contemporary Conceptualizations of Ego States
The Definition and Spectrum of Personality Disorders
The Treatment of Personality Disorders with EMDR
Dissociation: A Developmental Line of Personality
Treatment Goals
Integrating Ego State Treatment into the Eight-Phase Protocol
Case Presentations
EMDR in Couples Therapy: An Ego State Approach
Natalie and Roger: One Couple, Many Selves
Introduction: Ego State Theory, EMDR, and Contextual Therapy
Contextual Theory: The Relational Self
The Interior Life of the Couple
Ego State Conflict in Theory and Practice
An Integrative Treatment Approach
The Integration of the Internal Family Systems Model and EMDR
The Untarnished Healing Self
The Inner Ecology: Dynamics of the Self and Parts in IFS
The Three Primary Categories of Parts
IFS Steps to Healing
Optimizing the Therapist's Access to the Self
Jack: Richard Schwartz Uses IFS to Resolve Rage
Using IFS with EMDR
Lucy: Joanne Twombly Uses IFS and EMDR to Resolve Memories of Abuse and Neglect
Applying EMDR and Ego State Therapy in Collaborative Treatment
Introduction: Reviving Stalled Treatments through Collaborative Therapy
Sara: A Stalled Treatment in Need of Repair
Offering Specialized EMDR Treatment through Collaborative Therapy
A New Experience for Clients: Benefits and Outcomes of Collaborative Therapy
Identifying Clients Who May Benefit From EMDR and Ego State Therapy
The Challenge of Treating Trauma Survivors
Developing a Successful Collaborative Therapy Relationship
Case Study