Healing the Heart of Trauma with EMDR and Ego State Therapy
This is an advanced 2-day Workshop for Trained EMDR Clinicians.
Participants learn though lecture, demonstration and practice sessions
Completion of an EMDRIA Approved Weekend 1 &2/Part 1& 2 Basic Training is recommended.
Trainer is Carol Forgash, LCSW
“Carol was responsible for helping me develop my interest in ego state therapy as a way of enhancing my EMDR practice. I invited Carol to present her two-day workshop in Belfast to introduce psychotherapists in Ireland to this approach. The attendees benefited from Carol’s comfortable style of presentation and her immense knowledge and experience.”
- The relationship of Ego State Theory to the Adaptive Information Processing Model.
- Fundamentals of Ego State Theory and Practice. The rationale for the EMDR/Ego State Integrated Model.
- The phased preparation work that precedes application of the EMDR trauma processing phase of the protocol with challenging clients.
- Specific stabilization strategies to help clients deal with dissociative and affect management symptoms.
- Advanced techniques and interweaves that promote resolution within the 8 phase EMDR protocol.
Carol Forgash, LCSW, BCD, is the director of Advanced Educational Productions. She is a Facilitator for EMDR Institute Trainings. She specializes in treating dissociation, trauma, performance enhancement and health issues. Carol is a well known speaker and has presented at EMDRIA and ISSD international conferences.
Carol is a past president and member of the Board of Directors of EMDR-Humanitarian Assistance Programs (EMDR-HAP), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. EMDR-HAP can be described as a global network of volunteer EMDR clinicians who provide training in EMDR to help communities heal from traumas such as war or natural disasters.
Location & Registration
Friday and Saturday, Oct 2, 3, 2015 – near Dallas in Plano, Texas at the Southfork Hotel.