EMDR is not only an evidence-based approach for PTSD, but it’s also been shown to be extremely helpful in the treatment of some anxiety disorders. This 12-CE event introduces participants to the original 8-phase model of EMDR, and provides instructions for how to utilize EMDR skills to treat generalized anxiety, phobias, and panic.
a). State the 8-phase model of EMDR.
b). Identify five key areas of the brain involved in anxiety.
c). Learn and practice phase 2 techniques.
d). Learn and practice phase 4 techniques.
e). Learn and practice phase 5 techniques.
f). Learn and practice phase 6 techniques.
g). Name one difference between anxiety and trauma.
h). State at least one theory of bilateral stimulation.
i). Describe “future template” and how it can be useful in treating anxiety.
j). State two EMDR original 8-phase model modifications recommended when treating anxiety.
k). Name the components of the “3-pronged approach” to EMDR.
l). Identify one advantage of incorporating tactile stimulation when using EMDR for anxiety.
Instructional Level: Intermediate
Instructor(s): Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA
Material Author(s): Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA
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