Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Scripted Protocols with Summary Sheets CD-ROM Version: Special Populations

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These scripted protocols and summary sheets in a fill-in PDF format offer the EMDR practitioner an adjunct to the chapters of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Scripted Protocols: Special Populations. The excerpted digitalized scripts give the clinician a unique opportunity to record data on the computer or as a hard copy. In addition, there are new summary sheets for each chapter to condense the data collected, allowing for quick retrieval. These digital scripts and summary sheets assist in ...

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Overview

These scripted protocols and summary sheets in a fill-in PDF format offer the EMDR practitioner an adjunct to the chapters of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Scripted Protocols: Special Populations. The excerpted digitalized scripts give the clinician a unique opportunity to record data on the computer or as a hard copy. In addition, there are new summary sheets for each chapter to condense the data collected, allowing for quick retrieval. These digital scripts and summary sheets assist in protocol information retrieval for different populations and then facilitate the gathering and organization of important client data. With this information, case conceptualization can proceed with all pertinent information at the clinician's fingertips. These forms are available as a digital download or on a CD-ROM and are compatible with any computer or device that supports PDF.

The special populations include children, adolescents, couples, clients suffering with Complex Posttraumatic Stress Disorders, Dissociative Disorders, Phobias, Addictive Behaviors, and/or chronic and severe pain. A section on clinician self-care is included also. A unique, one-stop resource that facilitates EMDR treatment, this product is invaluable for fully-trained EMDR mental health practitioners, consultants, and supervisors who work with special populations.

Key Features:

  • Scripts and summary sheets for different client populations
  • Facilitates gathering and organization of client data
  • Expandable and editable digital format for easy access and customized tailoring to therapist's needs
  • Concise summary sheets for quick information retrieval
  • Assists in case conceptualization and the formulation of concise and clear treatment plans
  • Includes templates for repeat use

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780826193438
  • Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/28/2012
  • Sales rank: 1,219,337

Meet the Author

Marilyn Luber, PhD, has been in private practice in Philadelphia since 1987. For over 15 years she has trained facilitators nationally and internationally in EMDR, Levels I & II. She is also a consultant to EMDR-Germany and EMDR-Israel, and coordinates the Luber Seminar Series, specializing in EMDR. She has received numerous awards including the Francine Shapiro EMDR International Association Award (2005), the Outstanding Contribution EMDRIA Award (2003), and the EMDR HAP Humanitarian Services Award (1987). Dr. Luber is a member of APA, ISTSS, ISSD, and the Silvan Tomkins Institute. She is the author of EMDR Scripted Protocols: Basics and Special Situations, EMDR Scripted Protocols: Special Populations, two CD-ROMS, and a forthcoming book on anxiety, depression and medical-related issues.

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Table of Contents

Preface.......................................................................................................... xix

Marilyn Luber

Part I EMDR with Children and Adolescents

Chapter 1 The Butterfly Hug............................................................................................

Lucina Artigas and Ignacio Jarero

The Butterfly Hug Summary Sheet................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 2 Using Olfactory Stimulation With Children to Cue the Safe or Happy Place

Ana Gomez

Using Olfactory Stimulation With Children to Cue the Safe or Happy Place

Summary Sheet................................................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 3 Using Olfactory Stimulation With Children to Cue Resource Development

and Installation (RDI) .....................................................................................

Ana Gomez

Using Olfactory Stimulation With Children to Cue Resource Development

and Installation (RDI) Summary Sheet..........................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 4 Resource Connection for Children................................................................

Barbara Wizansky

Resource Connection for Children Summary Sheet....................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 5 The Absorption Technique for Children.......................................................

Dagmar Eckers

The Absorption Technique for Children Summary Sheet...........................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 6 The Method of Constant Installation of Present Orientation and Safety (CIPOS) for Children............................................................................................................

Dagmar Eckers

The Method of Constant Installation of Present Orientation and Safety (CIPOS) for Children Summary Sheet................................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 7 Footsteps Through The Maze.........................................................................

Barbara Wizansky

Footsteps Through The Maze Summary Sheet.............................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 8 EMDR Assessment and Desensitization Phases With Children:

Step-by Step Session Directions......................................................................

Robbie Adler-Tapia and Carolyn Settle

EMDR Assessment and Desensitization Phases With Children:

Step-by Step Session Directions Summary Sheet..........................................

Marilyn Luber

Part II EMDR and Couples

Chapter 9 Integrating EMDR Into Couples Therapy....................................................

Michael D'Antonio

Integrating EMDR Into Couples Therapy Summary Sheet........................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 10 From Relational Problems to Psychological Solutions: EMDR In

Couples Therapy...............................................................................................

Barry Litt

From Relational Problems to Psychological Solutions: EMDR In

Couples Therapy Summary Sheet..................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 11 EMDR Protocol for Treating Sexual Dysfunction.......................................

Sabitha Pillai-Friedman

EMDR Protocol for Treating Sexual Dysfunction Summary Sheet..........

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 12 Infertility Protocol With EMDR....................................................................

Roy Kiessling

Infertility Protocol With EMDR Summary Sheet.........................................

Marilyn Luber

Part III EMDR, Dissociative Disorders, and Complex Post-Traumatic

Stress Disorder

Chapter 13 Stabilization Phase of Trauma Treatment: Introducing and

Accessing the Ego State System......................................................................

Carol Forgash

Stabilization Phase of Trauma Treatment: Introducing and

Accessing the Ego State System Summary Sheet..........................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 14 Home Base........................................................................................................

Carol Forgash

Home Base Summary Sheet............................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 15 Workplace or Conference Room...................................................................

Carol Forgash

Workplace or Conference Room Summary Sheet........................................

Carol Forgash

Chapter 16 Orienting the Ego State System to Present Reality (OPR)............................

Carol Forgash

Orienting the Ego State System to Present Reality (OPR) Summary Sheet

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 17 Back of the Head Scale....................................................................................

Jim Knipe

Back of the Head Scale Summary Sheet........................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 18 The Method of Constant Installation of Present Orientation and

Safety (CIPOS).................................................................................................

Jim Knipe

The Method of Constant Installation of Present Orientation and

Safety (CIPOS) Summary Sheet....................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 19 Installation and Transmission of Current Time and Life Orientation.. 133

Joanne Twombly

Installation and Transmission of Current Time and Life Orientation Summary Sheet

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 20 Height Orientation...........................................................................................

Joanne Twombly

Height Orientation Summary Sheet...............................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 21 Safe Space Imagery (SSI)................................................................................

Joanne Twombly

Safe Space Imagery (SSI)Summary Sheet.....................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 22 Installing Therapist, Therapist's Office, and Maintaining Duality.............

Joanne Twombly

Installing Therapist, Therapist's Office, and Maintaining Duality Summary Sheet

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 23 The Absorption Technique.............................................................................

Arne Hofmann

The Absorption Technique Summary Sheet.................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 24 Modified Resource Development and Installation (RDI) Procedures with

Dissociative Clients...........................................................................................

Don Beere

Modified Resource Development and Installation (RDI) Procedures with Dissociative Clients Summary Sheet...................................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 25 Constructive Avoidance of Present Day Situations: Techniques

for Managing Critical Life Issues...................................................................

Carol Forgash

Constructive Avoidance of Present Day Situations: Techniques

for Managing Critical Life Issues Summary Sheet.......................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 26 Initial Targeting of Traumatic Material: Steps.............................................

Joanne Twombly

Initial Targeting of Traumatic Material: Steps Summary Sheet

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 27 The Inverted EMDR Standard Protocol for Unstable Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder............................................................................................................

Arne Hofmann

The Inverted EMDR Standard Protocol for Unstable Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Summary Sheet................................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 28 The Wreathing Protocol: The Imbrication of Hypnosis and

EMDR in the Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder,

Dissociative Disorder Not Other wise Specified, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Catherine G. Fine

The Wreathing Protocol: The Imbrication of Hypnosis and

EMDR in the Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder,

Dissociative Disorder Not Other wise Specified, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Summary Sheet................................................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 29 The Bottom-Up Processing Protocol..............................................................

Ulrich Lanius

The Bottom-Up Processing Protocol Summary Sheet..................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 30 ACT-AS-IF and ARCHITECTS Approaches to EMDR

Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)......................................

Sandra Paulsen

ACT-AS-IF and ARCHITECTS Approaches to EMDR

Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) Summary Sheet..........

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 31 An EMDR Protocol for Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) ...................

Don Beere

An EMDR Protocol for Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) Summary Sheet

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 32 Protocol for Releasing Stuck Negative Cognitions in Childhood-

Onset Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD)........................

Denise Gelinas

Protocol for Releasing Stuck Negative Cognitions in Childhood-

Onset Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD) Summary Sheet

Marilyn Luber

Part IV EMDR and Clients with Addictive Behaviors

Chapter 33 Dysfunctional Positive Affect: To Assist Clients With Unwanted

Avoidance Defenses.........................................................................................

Jim Knipe

Dysfunctional Positive Affect: To Assist Clients With Unwanted

Avoidance Defenses Summary Sheet.............................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 34 Dysfunctional Positive Affect: Procrastination.............................................

Jim Knipe

Dysfunctional Positive Affect: Procrastination Summary Sheet.................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 35 Dysfunctional Positive Affect: To Clear the Pain of Unrequited Love.......

Jim Knipe

Dysfunctional Positive Affect: To Clear the Pain of Unrequited Love Summary Sheet

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 36 Dysfunctional Positive Affect: Codependence or Obsession With Self-Defeating Behavior

Jim Knipe

Dysfunctional Positive Affect: Codependence or Obsession With Self-Defeating Behavior Summary Sheet................................................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 37 CravEX: An EMDR Approach To Treat Substance Abuse and Addiction

Michael Hase

CravEX: An EMDR Approach To Treat Substance Abuse and Addiction Summary Sheet...........................................................................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 38 The Desensitization of Triggers and Urge Reprocessing (DeTUR) Protocol

Arnold J. Popky

The Desensitization of Triggers and Urge Reprocessing (DeTUR) Protocol Summary Sheet...........................................................................................................................

Marilyn Luber

PART V EMDR and Clients with Pain

Chapter 39 Pain Control With EMDR..............................................................................

Mark Grant

Pain Control With EMDR Summary Sheet..................................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 40 EMDR Pain Protocol for Current Pain.........................................................

Carlijn de Roos and Sandra Veenstra

EMDR Pain Protocol for Current Pain Summary Sheet.............................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 41 EMDR and Phantom Pain Research Protocol..............................................

Sandra A. Wilson and Robert Tinker

EMDR and Phantom Pain Research Protocol Summary Sheet..................

Marilyn Luber

PART VI EMDR and Specific Fears

Chapter 42 EMDR and Specific Fears: The Phobia Protocol for Single

Traumatic Event..............................................................................................

Ad de Jongh

EMDR and Specific Fears: The Phobia Protocol for Single

Traumatic Event Sumary Sheet..................................................................

Marilyn Luber

PART VII EMDR and Clinician Self-Care

Chapter 43 Self-Care for EMDR Practitioners................................................................

Neal Daniels

Self-Care for EMDR Practitioners Summary Sheet....................................

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 44 The Clinician Awareness Questionnaire in EMDR......................................

Mark Dworkin

The Clinician Awareness Questionnaire in EMDR Summary Sheet.......

Marilyn Luber

Appendix A: Worksheets..................................................................................

Past Memory Worksheet Script (Francine Shapiro, 2001, 2006)......................

Past Memory Summary Sheet............................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Present Trigger Worksheet Script......................................................................

Present Trigger Summary Sheet.........................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Future Template Worksheet (Francine Shapiro, 2001, 2006)...........................

Future Template Summary Sheet.......................................................................

Marilyn Luber

Appendix B: Expanding the 11-Step Procedure...............................................

Unconsolidated Sensory Triggers and Desensitization: Running the Tape.......

Gene Schwartz

Appendix B: Expanding the 11-Step Procedure Unconsolidated Sensory Triggers

and Desensitization: Running the Tape Summary Sheet

Marilyn Luber

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