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EMDR Toolbox, Second Edition : Theory and Treatment of Complex PTSD and Dissociation.

By: Knipe, James, PhD.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (327 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780826172563.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: EMDR Toolbox, Second Edition : Theory and Treatment of Complex PTSD and DissociationOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- References -- Acknowledgments -- Share EMDR Toolbox: Theory and Treatment of Complex PTSD and Dissociation, Second Edition -- Part I: An Adaptive Information Processing Framework for Treating Complex PTSD -- Chapter 1: The Need for a Theoretical Framework and Additional "Tools" for Using EMDR With Complex PTSD -- References -- Chapter 2: Traumatic Memory and EMDR, When Dual Attention Is Possible -- EMDR When the Client is Able to Maintain Dual Attention -- The Crucial Importance of Dual Attention -- The Therapeutic Shifts of EMDR are not Primarily Cognitive -- Specific Effects of BLS -- References -- Part II: Adaptive Information Processing Methods for Resolving Psychological Defenses -- Chapter 3: An Adaptive Information Processing Model for Treating Psychological Defenses -- The Effects of BLS on Different Types of Personality Parts -- Psychological Defense and Vulnerability to Dissociative Abreaction -- Other Examples of Defense -- References -- Chapter 4: EMDR With Avoidance -- Example: The Level of Urge to Avoid (0-10) Method of Targeting Avoidance -- Back to Target -- Example: The "What's Good About . . .?" Method for Targeting an Avoidance Defense -- Back to Target -- Avoidance Defenses within the Internal Family Systems Model -- Installing Avoidance as a Resource -- Constructive Avoidance -- References -- Chapter 5: Targeting Idealization Defenses -- Identifying the Problem in the Present -- Lopa Procedures -- Interweave to Facilitate Healing of an Unfinished Relationship -- References -- Chapter 6: Treating Addictive Disorders With Adaptive Information Processing Methods -- References -- Part III: An Adaptive Information Processing Model for Treating Dissociative Personality Structure -- Chapter 7: Treating Dissociation Within an Adaptive Information Processing Model.
The Origins of Dissociation -- References -- Chapter 8: The Basic Framework for the Preparation Phase -- References -- Chapter 9: Preparation: The Language of Ovals -- Attachment to the Perpetrator -- References -- Chapter 10: Preparation: Drawings -- Drawings by Clients -- The Dissociative Table, or Conference Room Method -- References -- Chapter 11: Loving Eyes: "Looking" From One Part to Another -- Situations in Which Dual Attention is not Initially Possible -- Steps in the Loving Eyes Procedure -- Example: Loving Eyes Method as an Intervention When there is "Too Much" Disturbance -- Example: Loving Eyes as an Intervention When there is "Too Little" Disturbance -- References -- Chapter 12: Treating Defensive Shame -- References -- Chapter 13: The CIPOS Procedure -- References -- Chapter 14: The Persistence of Dissociative Personality Structure and the Internal Healing Dialogue (IHD) Procedure -- The Internal Healing Dialogue Procedure -- References -- Part IV: Case Examples -- Chapter 15: Veronica -- References -- Chapter 16: Doug -- Reference -- Chapter 17: Rhonda -- References -- Chapter 18: Some Closing Thoughts -- Index.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- References -- Acknowledgments -- Share EMDR Toolbox: Theory and Treatment of Complex PTSD and Dissociation, Second Edition -- Part I: An Adaptive Information Processing Framework for Treating Complex PTSD -- Chapter 1: The Need for a Theoretical Framework and Additional "Tools" for Using EMDR With Complex PTSD -- References -- Chapter 2: Traumatic Memory and EMDR, When Dual Attention Is Possible -- EMDR When the Client is Able to Maintain Dual Attention -- The Crucial Importance of Dual Attention -- The Therapeutic Shifts of EMDR are not Primarily Cognitive -- Specific Effects of BLS -- References -- Part II: Adaptive Information Processing Methods for Resolving Psychological Defenses -- Chapter 3: An Adaptive Information Processing Model for Treating Psychological Defenses -- The Effects of BLS on Different Types of Personality Parts -- Psychological Defense and Vulnerability to Dissociative Abreaction -- Other Examples of Defense -- References -- Chapter 4: EMDR With Avoidance -- Example: The Level of Urge to Avoid (0-10) Method of Targeting Avoidance -- Back to Target -- Example: The "What's Good About . . .?" Method for Targeting an Avoidance Defense -- Back to Target -- Avoidance Defenses within the Internal Family Systems Model -- Installing Avoidance as a Resource -- Constructive Avoidance -- References -- Chapter 5: Targeting Idealization Defenses -- Identifying the Problem in the Present -- Lopa Procedures -- Interweave to Facilitate Healing of an Unfinished Relationship -- References -- Chapter 6: Treating Addictive Disorders With Adaptive Information Processing Methods -- References -- Part III: An Adaptive Information Processing Model for Treating Dissociative Personality Structure -- Chapter 7: Treating Dissociation Within an Adaptive Information Processing Model.

The Origins of Dissociation -- References -- Chapter 8: The Basic Framework for the Preparation Phase -- References -- Chapter 9: Preparation: The Language of Ovals -- Attachment to the Perpetrator -- References -- Chapter 10: Preparation: Drawings -- Drawings by Clients -- The Dissociative Table, or Conference Room Method -- References -- Chapter 11: Loving Eyes: "Looking" From One Part to Another -- Situations in Which Dual Attention is not Initially Possible -- Steps in the Loving Eyes Procedure -- Example: Loving Eyes Method as an Intervention When there is "Too Much" Disturbance -- Example: Loving Eyes as an Intervention When there is "Too Little" Disturbance -- References -- Chapter 12: Treating Defensive Shame -- References -- Chapter 13: The CIPOS Procedure -- References -- Chapter 14: The Persistence of Dissociative Personality Structure and the Internal Healing Dialogue (IHD) Procedure -- The Internal Healing Dialogue Procedure -- References -- Part IV: Case Examples -- Chapter 15: Veronica -- References -- Chapter 16: Doug -- Reference -- Chapter 17: Rhonda -- References -- Chapter 18: Some Closing Thoughts -- Index.

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