N. California EMDRIA Regional Meeting
April 5, 2014 at Oakland's Preservation Park
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Title: EMDR Up Close: Subtleties of Trauma Processing
Presenter: Philip Manfield
Topics will include:
Finding the right target
Lighting up a target
Evaluating processing quality and improving it
Advanced use of Cognitive Interweaves
Working with Dissociation and Phobias
Advanced protocols for specific issues and populations
Each topic area will be illustrated with short clinical video clip(s), and participants will be given the opportunity to practice what they are learning. Participants are encouraged to bring in videos of their sessions for consultation.
Dr. Philip Manfield has trained EMDR
clinicians domestically and internationally for the past twelve years, first as a training
facilitator for the EMDR institue and most recently as a trainer. He has taught in a
variety of university settings, and has edited two EMDR casebooks: Extending EMDR: A
casebook of innovative applications, (W.W. Norton, 1998), and EMDR casebook (W.W. Norton,
2002). He has practiced psychotherapy in the San Francisco Bay Area for the past
twenty-eight years, and is the EMDRIA Northern California Regional Coordinator.
Publications of Philip Manfield, Ph.D.:
Featured in 3 Minute Consultations with America's Greatest Psychotherapists, Jason Aronson, ED. , Jason Aronson Publishers, 2001
1. Explain the essential element of an affect bridge that takes it beyond words
2. Explain why asking if a similar event has ever happened to the client is relatively ineffective.
3. List three attributes of a congruent activated target.
4. Name the three generic resources, and a cognitive interweave associated with each.
5. State that he or she has practiced three cognitive interweaves