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Robin Shapiro, LICSW Presents

"Integrating Ego State Interventions                   Into Your Clinical Practice"

 Friday February 25 &
Saturday February 26, 2022
 Time: 10am-5pm  
EST  Both Days
 12 SW CEUs
 12 EMDRIA CEUs

Easy Ego State Interventions (with or without EMDR)

Through This Workshop Participants Will Be Able To:

Describe the 3 Polyvagal States

Distinguish between Dissociative and Other Ego States

Perform the 2-Hand Interweave.

Use a simple ego state intervention for simple trauma

Describe ways to use ego state work in Couples’ Therapy

Describe and perform Jim Knipe’s Shame Protocol

Describe and perform Ego State Work with Borderline and Narcissistic Clients

Describe the Multiple Chemical Sensitivity technique, utilizing EMDR and Ego State Therapies

Describe the 3 stages of work with DID clients, from the Theory of Structural Dissociation

Describe and utilize the Dissociative Table and alternative ways to organize and contain dissociative parts

Describe when it’s safe to do trauma work with DID clients and when to use and not use EMDR.

Describe the Integration Stage of DID therapy

Describe the 3 Polyvagal States

 

Bio:

Robin Shapiro, LICSW, relishes doing psychotherapy and spreading the word about healing trauma, dissociation, and disrupted attachment through clinical consultation, workshops, conferences, and her five books. She edited the two EMDR Solutions book, and wrote Trauma Treatment Handbook, Easy Ego State Interventions, and her newest Doing Psychotherapy, a comprehensive trauma and attachment-informed book for beginning therapists. Robin is known for her user-friendly interventions, humor, and warmth. She has been practicing ego state therapy since 1982 and mixing it with EMDR since 1993. She lives in Seattle with her sweet husband, Doug Plummer.

Early Bird Rate.  After January 31,2022 the Rate Will Increase by $75

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