presented by Robin Shapiro, LICSW
October 29, 2021
6 credits: EMDRIA, LCSW, LMFT, LMHC, LPC and other NBCC approved masters level clinicians
10:00am to 5:30pm ETCLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR LIVESTREAM (WITH ON-DEMAND VIEWING)
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Author and dynamic presenter Robin Shapiro will guide clinicians to assess and treat the impact of client sexual abuse histories including dissociation, to establish a sense of present time safety, to free clients from flashbacks, emotions, old sensations, and outdated senses of self- so they can live in the present, with new potential for healthy sexuality.
- Describing the prevalence, types, and effects of sexual abuse
- Talking to clients about abuse
- Assessment of sexual abuse
- Establishing therapy goals
- Establishing the sense of a safe present
- Choosing trauma interventions
- Starting trauma therapy with appropriate preparation
- Working through all the visual, visceral, and emotional targets
- Helping clients achieve healthy, adult, consensual sexual lives
One out of four American girls and one out of six boys experience some form of sexual abuse, that can range from a one-time fondling to years of being sexually trafficked. The more the abuse, the more likely the client will have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other forms of dissociation. This workshop explains the prevalence and effects of sexual abuse on children and the adults that they become. Participants will be able to assess clients’ abuse histories and the effects, including dissociation, that it had. They will be able to talk effectively with different kinds of clients about their abuse histories and assess client therapy needs that are consistent with EMDR therapy and Ego State therapy. Participants will learn strategies to help clients establish a sense of safety in present time, to find freedom from flashbacks, distressing emotions, old sensations, and outdated senses of self in order to live, completely, in the present. Participants will know how to help their clients understand healthy sexuality, teach them how to talk about sex, and navigate a current, happy consensual relationship with a good partner.
10:00 – Prevalence, types of abuse, victim/survivor considerations, and effects of abuse.
10:45 – How to talk to clients with abuse history. The challenges in talking about sexual issues.
11:30 – Break
11:45 – Starting active therapy.
1:15pm – Lunch
2:15 – The long haul — healing trauma.
3:45 – Break
4:00 – Achieving a healthy, adult sex life.
5:30 – Close
- List at least 3 keys in the assessment of survivors of sex abuse
- Describe a procedure to assist clients to establish a sense of present safety
- Describe an example of setting an appropriate therapeutic goal and a means to achieve it
- List at least 3 examples of using EMDR therapy, Ego State therapy and Somatic therapy to clear the trauma of sexual abuse
- Describe at least 3 methods to assist clients to work through feelings of shame, fear, and anger tied to their abuse experiences
- Describe a method to keep dissociated clients “in the room”
- Describe characteristics of healthy, consensual, sexual relationships
- Describe ways to use education and future envisioning (Future Template) to achieve healthy relationship
About the presenter:
|Robin Shapiro, LICSW is an EMDR practitioner (28 years) and EMDRIA Approved Consultant in Seattle, WA. She has presented workshops at eight international EMDR conferences. She is skilled at synthesizing diverse therapy modalities and explaining them, simply, to other therapists. Robin edited EMDR Solutions: Pathways to Healing (Norton, 2005) and EMDR Solutions II: Depression, Eating Disorders, Performance and More (2009) and wrote Trauma Treatments Handbook: Protocols Across the Spectrum (2010), Easy Ego State Interventions (2016), and Doing Psychotherapy (2020). She served seven years on the board of the EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Program. Robin loves doing therapy, consultation, and teaching psychotherapists. Her unique presentation style is dynamic, frank, witty, and loaded with creative clinical strategies.|
EMDR Advanced Training and Distance Learning, LLC (EMDR ATDL) maintains responsibility for this program and its content in accordance with EMDRIA standards and is approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors (ACEP #6709) to offer masters level clinician CEs. Advanced Psychotherapy Trainings (APT) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. APT maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
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