EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) - level 1


December 18, 19 & 20, 2015
Ljubljana, Slovenia

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), is a therapeutic method used when working with emotional problems that result of traumatic experiences, such as traumatic events in childhood, stressful events in adulthood, natural accidents, aggressive assaults, wars ... EMDR is also used when working with people with various mental disorders such as anxiety disorders (eg. phobia, panic disorder), personality disorders, addictions and many others. With this method it is also possible to achieve better business results and improve sports skills and artistic skills. EMDR is a complex psychotherapeutic method, which is combining elements of different psychotherapeutic approaches, such as psychoanalytic therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, gestalt therapy, client-centered therapy and others.
EMDR is a method that allows the activation of a self-healing mechanism, so that it stimulates the existing system for adaptive processing of brain information. The extraordinary effectiveness of this method is the result of a direct effect on the brains neurophysiological mechanisms.

Numerous clinical and neurobiological researches in recent years have confirmed and proved the validity and effectiveness of this psychotherapeutic approach. APA (American Psychiatric Association) and NICE (National Institute of Clinical Excellence) recommend EMDR as an effective method for treatment of the post-traumatic stress disorder.
EMDR is a method that can be integrated into the work within different psychotherapeutic orientations. In the world there are already more than 80,000 EMDR therapists (data from y. 2005) of all known psychotherapeutic orientations. There are a great number of EMDR psychotherapists associations (14 in Europe) in the world, which are congressional active at the national, European and global level.
More information about EMDR: http://www.emdr.com

Workshop will be held in English. It will include theory and practicum.
Training EMDR (level 1) is intended for psychotherapists, clinical psychologists and psychiatrists.

Dr. Roger Solomon is a psychologist and psychotherapist specializing in the areas of trauma and grief. He is on the Senior Faculty of the EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Institute and provides basic and advanced EMDR training internationally. He currently consults with the US Senate, NASA, and several law enforcement agencies. As a police psychologist with the South Carolina Department of Public Safety, he is Clinical Director of the Post Critical Incident Seminar (PCIS), a three day post trauma rehabilitation program that draws on both psychological first aid and EMDR therapy. Working with the South Carolina Army National Guard, he is Clinical Director of the Post Deployment Seminar, a three day program for war veterans.
Dr. Solomon has provided clinical services and training to the FBI, Secret Service, U.S. State Department, Diplomatic Security, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, U.S. Department of Justice (U.S. Attorneys), and numerous state and local law enforcement organizations. Internationally, he consults with the Polizia di Stato in Italy. Moreover, Dr Solomon has planned critical incident programs, provided training for peer support teams and has provided direct services following such tragedies as Hurricane Katrina, September 11 terrorist attacks, the loss of the Shuttle Columbia, and the Oklahoma City Bombing.

Training will begin on Friday, 18.12. at 9:00 am and end on Sunday, 20.12.2015 in the late afternoon. It will take place in Ljubljana, Slovenia at the Institute IPSA, Stegne 7 (4th floor).

• Full training fee: 586€
• Early bird fee (until November, 20, 2015): 525€

For registration, please send e-mail to our registrar Melita Košak:
admin@institut-ipsa.si. Please include the following data: Name, professional title, contact address, e-mail, phone number.
For more info call 00386 1511 10 29 or 00386 41 232 654.


with Richard G. Erskine, Ph.D.

June 17, 18 & 19, 2016
Ljubljana, Slovenia

We are inviting you to a 3-day workshop titled Psychotherapy of Habitual Worrying, Obsessing, and Repetitive Fantasizing led by Richard G. Erskine, one of the founders of integrative psychotherapy.

Through lectures, case discussions, and live demonstrations Dr. Erskine will present a six point treatment plan for the psychotherapy of clients who engage in obsession, habitual worrying, and repetitive fantasizing. We will explore the psychological functions, script beliefs, processes of avoidance, archaic experiences, relational-needs, and self-responsibility that are the internal dimensions of obsessing, habitual worrying, and repetitive fantasizing. The methods of cognitive understanding, behavioral change, affective expression, and a relational psychotherapy will be applied in the treatment planning. An opportunity will be available for case discussion and supervision.

Working methods: lectures, case discussions, and live demonstrations, clinical studies discussions and supervision.

The workshop is intended for people who are:
• working as psychotherapists and/or counsellors,
• involved in training in psychotherapy.

After the workshop the participants receive a certificate of attendance. The hours of training are recognized within international training of integrative psychotherapy and transactional analysis.

The workshop will be held in English.

Richard G. Erskine, Ph.D., Training Director at the Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy, is a clinical psychologist with four decades of experience in the clinical practice and teaching of psychotherapy. He has specialized in the treatment of severely disturbed children, run a therapeutic community in a maximum security prison, and conducted a psychotherapy practice specializing in the treatment of obsession, dissociation, and schizoid processes.
In 1972, as a professor at the University of Illinois, Dr. Erskine developed the initial concepts of Integrative Psychotherapy. By 1976 he established the Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy in New York City and, along with members of the Professional Development Seminars, continued the development, research and refinement of a relational and integrative psychotherapy. Each year Dr. Erskine teaches formal courses and experiential workshops on the theory and methods in several countries around the world. He is a licensed Psychoanalyst, certified Transactional Analyst, internationally recognized Gestalt Therapist, and a certified Group Psychotherapist. He is the author of five books and numerous articles on the practice of psychotherapy.

For more about the lecturer see website: www.integrativetherapy.com.

The workshop will begin on Friday, 17.6. at 9:30 am and end on Sunday, 19.6.2016 at 17.30. It will take place in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The exact location will be announced soon.

• Early bird fee (until February, 15, 2016): 685 EUR
• Full workshop fee: 830 EUR
In case of cancellation of your registration by 15.4. the half of the amount paid can be returned. At a later termination the payment is not refundable, but with agreement, someone else can attend the workshop instead of you.

For registration, please send e-mail to our registrar Melita Košak:
admin@institut-ipsa.si. Please include the following data: Name, professional title, contact address, e-mail, phone number.
For more info call 00386 1511 10 29 or 00386 41 232 654.

Applications and informations:

Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy
and Counselling, Ljubljana
Stegne 7, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
tel: 386 (0)41 903 974; fax: 386 (0)1 511 10 29
e-mail: info@institut-ipsa.si

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