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The BSPS: A New Perspective in Working with Complex Trauma for Improved EMDR Processing

The focus of this workshop is to introduce a simpler way of naming and aligning parts within the Self that reduces confusion for the clinician and clients of all ages throughout the eight phases of EMDR. Participants will learn each part of The Basic Six Part System and its function towards the Self. Instructions of how to visualize, accept, and care for one or more internal parts will be reviewed with assistance from audio and case transcripts. This protocol will tackle how to increase stabilization for clients with Complex Trauma (namely:  PTSD, Acute PTSD, Dissociative Disorders, Personality Disorders, ODD, Conduct Disorder, and more). Participants will learn to extend the Preparation Phase in order to minimize the roadblocks that can occur in phase 4, such as ego state dysregulation, resistance, and/or dissociative symptoms. The use of lecture, demonstration, and practicums will reveal clients having a more cohesive internal system in which they can negotiate and compromise upon entering Phases 3-8.

This program is for 13CE

There is no conflict of interest or commercial support for this program.

 

Presenter

Julie Dubovoy is a New York licensed clinical social worker (http://www.op.nysed.gov/lcsw.htm) who works with individuals (ages 5 and up), couples, and families. Julie received her Masters of Social Work from Columbia University and has been practicing in the field of social work since 2002. She offers a free 30 minute consultation because, "we all know that the process of seeking help is difficult enough."
 

Target Audience:

Psychologists, Psychoanalysts, Counselors/Marriage and Family Therapists, Creative Arts Therapists,  Chemical Dependency Counselors, Nurses - Advanced Level

 

Course Objectives:

1. - Summarize the function of Parts.
2. - Rank two symptoms or indicators of Complex Trauma.
3. - Develop examples of Negative Cognitions that different Parts of the Self have during Phases 1 through 4 and practice how to address each belief within one target.
4. - Compose the utilization of Bilateral Stimulation to resource one or more Parts of Self.
5. - Evaluate and practice how to “address client fears” (Shapiro, F. 2001), during Preparation phase 2 and Desensitization phase 4.
6. - Summarize each part of The Basic Six Part System and its function towards the Self
7. - Consider how to visualize, accept, and care for one or more internal parts
8. - Decide how to increase stabilization for clients with Complex Trauma
9. - Develop a more cohesive internal system in which they can negotiate and compromise upon entering Phases 3-8

 

Agenda

Day 1

8:30-9:00am Registration and Light Breakfast

9:00-10:45am Parts Work and Complex Trauma

10:45-11:00am Break

11:00-12:30pm Parks Work within EMDR, Phase 1

12:30-1:30pm Lunch

1:30-3:00pm Introduction of the Basic Six Part System (BSPS) within Phase 1

3:00-3:15pm Break

3:15-5:00pm Integrating BSPS within Phase 2 with use of Practicums

Day 2

8:30-9:00am Registration and Light Breakfast

9:00-10:45am Phase 2/BSPS, Antagonistic Parts, Practicum

10:45-11:00am Break

11:00-12:30pm Integrating UDID/DID personality Parts into BSPS within Phase 2

12:30-1:30pm Lunch

1:30-3:15pm The BSPS and Phase 3 and 4

3:15-3:30pm Break

3:30-4:30pm Case Study of integrating EMDR and BSPS

4:30-5:00pm Questions and Answer Time