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Psychotherapeutic Interventions for Emotion Regulation: EMDR and Bilateral Stimulation for Affect Management

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In recent years, a profound revolution in psychotherapy has brought affects to their rightful place.
Along with cognitions, drives, and behavior, affects are one of the modalities that must be interpreted by theory and embraced by therapy in understanding both normal and pathological personality development. Here, John Omaha synthesizes a vast range of information about affect regulation and presents for readers an intervention, Affect ...

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Overview

In recent years, a profound revolution in psychotherapy has brought affects to their rightful place.
Along with cognitions, drives, and behavior, affects are one of the modalities that must be interpreted by theory and embraced by therapy in understanding both normal and pathological personality development. Here, John Omaha synthesizes a vast range of information about affect regulation and presents for readers an intervention, Affect Management Skills Training (AMST), that can be used with clients to regulate affects.
The first four chapters of this book assemble current empirical and theoretical information about affect into an overall picture of how self-structure emerges in infancy, and what can happen when the infant-caregiver dyad malfunctions. The second part of the book is the center of Omaha's work where he presents clinical skills for psychotherapeutic interventions for affect regulation that are the focus of the book. The seven basic and several ancillary AMST interventions are designed to help clients remediate deficits in affect regulation and to promote the emergence of a more adaptive, positively functioning self. AMST, a bilateral stimulation protocol derived from EMDR, will be of interest to all clinicians working with clients who need to work on affect regulation.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780393703955
  • Publisher: Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
  • Publication date: 4/28/2004
  • Pages: 380
  • Product dimensions: 6.60 (w) x 9.60 (h) x 1.50 (d)

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John Omaha, Ph. D., created innovative applications of EMDR for treatment of addictions, alcoholism, and eating disorders. He is currently developing Affect Centered Therapy, a psychotherapeutic orientation emphasizing the role of emotion in psychopathology.

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Table of Contents

List of figures and tables
Acknowledgments
Introduction : toward an affect centered therapy 1
Pt. I Emotion regulation in health and disorder
1 Emotion regulation : the foundation of self 33
2 Development of a healthy self structure 69
3 Causes and effects of emotion dysregulation 101
4 Emotion dysregulation in clinical and personality disorders 142
Pt. II Affect management skills training
5 AMST foundations : therapeutic goals, theoretical and technical frameworks 181
6 Skill I : containment 211
7 Skill II : safe place 240
8 Skill III : sensation - affect identification 264
9 Skill IV : sensation as signal, skill V : grounded and present, skill VI : nothing 286
10 Skill VII : regulation 303
11 Advanced skills 326
12 Phase II skills : uncovering and resolving causes of affect dysregulation 347
App. A AMST worksheet 373
App. B AMST flow diagram and decision tree 379
References 383
Index 397
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