Recorded webinar Oct 2023

EMDR with children who self-harm, are suicidal and stuck on guilt and shame

Content

When young people self-harm significantly or are suicidal, they are at risk of serious injuries. This can make us cautious in providing trauma treatment. We attempt to stabilize them, however there can be so much chaos in their families that they never seem ready for EMDR. However, the traumatic memories are often related to their self-hatred, self-harming or suicidality. Not processing them with EMDR maintains their guilt and shame which they manage by self-harming, using drugs, alcohol or (sexual)violence and it becomes a Catch 22. 

In this webinar Arianne will discuss how to assess the risk for a young person to start with EMDR, what is needed in preparation and how to set up the EMDR processing in a safe way. She will also elaborate on Shapiro’s plateaus of processing and how to use this framework to understand why the client is stuck and which interweaves to use in which part of the processing.

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About the trainer

Arianne Struik is a Clinical Psychologist, Family Therapist and EMDR Consultant, originally from the Netherlands. She is  director of the Institute for Chronically Traumatized Children (ICTC) from which she provides specialized trauma treatment in remote areas, as well as workshops, training, supervision and research. She developed the award-winning Sleeping Dogs method, described in the book Treating Chronically Traumatized Children and teaches internationally on the treatment of trauma and dissociation in children. She is member of the ESTD Child and Adolescent Committee

Time

1.5 hours

Cost

60 AUD ex GST

Language

English

Accreditation

EMDR Europe CPD Credits 1.5

Information & inquiries

ictc@ariannestruik.com