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Title Counseling Traumatized Children Using EMDR and Play Therapy [electronic resource].
Publication Info Fortitude Valley, Queensland : Australian Counselling Association, 2011.



Descript 1 online resource (67 min.)
010642
Note Children face trauma in various forms, from living in war zones, to car accidents, to physical and sexual abuse. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (E.M.D.R.) offers practical skills to treat trauma. For beginners, this workshop will offer an introduction to E.M.D.R. processing and the brain. For experienced E.M.D.R. clinicians, this workshop will provide a template for treatment. This workshop will clarify when treatment can cure a trauma in one session, or how to tailor treatment for more extensive traumas. This workshop will provide clinicians with a practical overview of how to treat traumatized children using E.M.D.R.
In English.
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Subject Social Sciences -- Psychology -- Developmental Psychology
Psychology & Counselling -- Psychology -- Developmental Psychology
Social Sciences -- Psychology -- Clinical Psychology
Psychology & Counselling -- Psychology -- Clinical Psychology
Psychology & Counselling -- Counselling & Therapy -- Marriage and Family Counselling
Health Sciences -- Counselling & Therapy -- Marriage and Family Counselling
Psychology & Counselling -- Counselling & Therapy -- Developmental Counselling
Health Sciences -- Counselling & Therapy -- Developmental Counselling
Psychological issues
Youth
Abuse (non-sexual)
Sex and sexual abuse
Alt author Thaxton, Steve Contributor.
Descript 1 online resource (67 min.)
010642
Note Children face trauma in various forms, from living in war zones, to car accidents, to physical and sexual abuse. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (E.M.D.R.) offers practical skills to treat trauma. For beginners, this workshop will offer an introduction to E.M.D.R. processing and the brain. For experienced E.M.D.R. clinicians, this workshop will provide a template for treatment. This workshop will clarify when treatment can cure a trauma in one session, or how to tailor treatment for more extensive traumas. This workshop will provide clinicians with a practical overview of how to treat traumatized children using E.M.D.R.
In English.
Subject Social Sciences -- Psychology -- Developmental Psychology
Psychology & Counselling -- Psychology -- Developmental Psychology
Social Sciences -- Psychology -- Clinical Psychology
Psychology & Counselling -- Psychology -- Clinical Psychology
Psychology & Counselling -- Counselling & Therapy -- Marriage and Family Counselling
Health Sciences -- Counselling & Therapy -- Marriage and Family Counselling
Psychology & Counselling -- Counselling & Therapy -- Developmental Counselling
Health Sciences -- Counselling & Therapy -- Developmental Counselling
Psychological issues
Youth
Abuse (non-sexual)
Sex and sexual abuse
Alt author Thaxton, Steve Contributor.

Subject Social Sciences -- Psychology -- Developmental Psychology
Psychology & Counselling -- Psychology -- Developmental Psychology
Social Sciences -- Psychology -- Clinical Psychology
Psychology & Counselling -- Psychology -- Clinical Psychology
Psychology & Counselling -- Counselling & Therapy -- Marriage and Family Counselling
Health Sciences -- Counselling & Therapy -- Marriage and Family Counselling
Psychology & Counselling -- Counselling & Therapy -- Developmental Counselling
Health Sciences -- Counselling & Therapy -- Developmental Counselling
Psychological issues
Youth
Abuse (non-sexual)
Sex and sexual abuse
Descript 1 online resource (67 min.)
010642
Note Children face trauma in various forms, from living in war zones, to car accidents, to physical and sexual abuse. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (E.M.D.R.) offers practical skills to treat trauma. For beginners, this workshop will offer an introduction to E.M.D.R. processing and the brain. For experienced E.M.D.R. clinicians, this workshop will provide a template for treatment. This workshop will clarify when treatment can cure a trauma in one session, or how to tailor treatment for more extensive traumas. This workshop will provide clinicians with a practical overview of how to treat traumatized children using E.M.D.R.
In English.
Alt author Thaxton, Steve Contributor.

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