The Advanced Practice of EMDR for Perinatal Mental Health (Self-Paced)
with Dr. Mara Tesler Stein
This advanced practice workshop will introduce attendees to the wide range of disruptive events that can occur in the perinatal period, will teach them to identify characteristics of those events that induce ruptures in the normative developmental path of family-building, and to recognize the common clinical presentations of patients suffering in the aftermath of disruptive and traumatizing perinatal events.
Increase your knowledge of how trauma affects the brain and how EMDR can improve client outcomes. Update your skills and enhance your ability to identify hidden trauma in the clients you see and learn to better facilitate healing in new clients suffering perinatal trauma. Learn advanced practice applications including the integration of AIP-based interventions across all prongs and phases of EMDR treatment. The use of specialized protocols and modifications are also addressed during this training. Case discussion, demonstration, and reflection around 'self as therapist' are woven throughout the course.
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Welcome to The Advanced Practice of EMDR for Perinatal Mental Health
Your Expressive Arts Project
Expressive Art Examples from Prior Trainings
Downloadable complete slide deck
EMDR Module Introduction
Review of EMDR Core Concepts
Introduction to Three Core Tasks Module
Three Core Tasks Slides
An Unexpected Journey - from Davis & Stein, "Intensive Parenting: Surviving Your Journey Through the NICU" (Fulcrum, 2013)
Story in Perinatal Trauma
Philosophies of Care Introduction
Philosophies of Care
Developing a Philosophy of Care
Perinatal Trauma Introduction
Types of Perinatal Trauma - An Overview
Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders through the Trauma Lens
'Birth Trauma' Video
'Born Too Soon' Documentary
Parents’ views on care of their very premature babies in neonatal intensive care units- a qualitative study
Love, Pain, and Neonatal Intensive Care
Invisible wounds obstetric violence in the United States
Beyond postpartum depression
The effects of PTSD treatment during pregnancy: systematic review and case study
“The loss was traumatic...some health care providers added to that”: Women’s experiences of miscarriage
Coping and Adjustment - From Davis & Stein, "Intensive Parenting: Surviving Your Journey Through the NICU" (Fulcrum, 2013)
Acclimating to the NICU - From Davis & Stein, "Intensive Parenting: Surviving Your Journey Through the NICU" (Fulcrum, 2013)
Discharge and Homecoming - From Davis & Stein, "Intensive Parenting: Surviving Your Journey Through the NICU" (Fulcrum, 2013)
Yes, this course is approved for 18 CE credits through the EMDR International Association.
Yes, this course is approved by PSI for 18 CE credits both for obtaining the PMH-C as well as for renewing the PHM-C.
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