REVERSE | EMDR Psychotherapy Case Conceptualization with a Reverse Protocol
Presented by: Robbie Adler-Tapia, PhD
July 16, 2016 | Prescott, AZ
This workshop will focus on a unique EMDR approach to address the foreshortened sense of future that is often the symptom of depression and PTSD, experienced by many clients. Those struggling with complex trauma, and/or those who are severely dysregulated may have great difficulty managing the phases of EMDR treatment. By using the EMDR psychotherapy Reverse Protocol to address the client’s negative beliefs about his or her future, it can help to elicit hope and direction for therapy. The negative beliefs about the future are reprocessed. Then, current triggers and past events are reprocessed either by using EMD or EMDR psychotherapy, utilizing all 8 phases of the standard EMDR protocol conceptualized through the pronged approach, but in reverse order. This protocol is not be confused with either the future template or resource development (Korn & Leeds). The approach is a recognizable concept, for those familiar with Solution Focused Brief Therapy. This protocol offers an alternative to extended resourcing or avoidance of EMDR treatment altogether.
Videos and practical exercises will be included in this interactive workshop.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Dr. Robbie Adler-Tapia
Dr. Adler-Tapia is licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Tempe, AZ, who specializes in working with clients of all ages, who have experienced complex trauma.
She provides therapy for clients with attachment and adoptions issues, child abuse histories, and for law enforcement. She is a TR/HAP trainer, and trainer for EMDR Consulting. She has authored 3 books, 2 on EMDR with Children (with co-author Carolyn Settle) and 1 on Child Psychotherapy. She is a National Registered Health Psychologist, specialty trainer in EMDR, and international presenter.
7 CEs approved by EMDRIA for clinical and EMDRIA credits
Cancellation and Grievences
Registration fees, less a $25 per day processing fee, are refundable if requested a minimum of 30 days prior to event. Grievances must be submitted to Tetreault Advanced Seminars in writing. All grievances will be responded to within 14 days from date of submission.
200 E. Sheldon Street
Prescott, AZ 86301
It is recommended that a room be reserved through a hotel-finding service (such as Travelocity), due to high season rates. The Springhill Suites is located within walking distance of the Courthouse Square, but the rates reflect the location.
This workshop is held in facilities which are in compliance with the American Disabilities Act. Please contact us at 928.771.9422 if special accommodation is required.