EMDR and the Art of Psychotherapy with Children

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EMDR and the Art of Psychotherapy with Children

SKU# 9780826111197

Treatment Manual

Author: Robbie Adler-Tapia PhD, Carolyn Settle MSW, LCSW

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Description 

This manual is based on EMDR theory created by Dr. Francine Shapiro and documented in Dr. Shapiro's books (1995, 2001), and serves as an adjunct to EMDR and the Art of Psychotherapy with Children

This treatment manual provides a simple and practical way to use the EMDR scripts, protocols, and forms in psychotherapy with children and adolescents that are detailed in the book EMDR and the Art of Psychotherapy with Children. The manual was derived from the EMDR Fidelity Research Manual for children, which was created by these authors. By using a standard treatment protocol for providing EMDR psychotherapy for children and by conducting pre- and post-treatment assessments, therapists can also conduct their own study of treatment outcomes. In additional to contributing to research, the manual is beneficial to the therapist and the client in order to monitor treatment progress and outcomes.

The manual is organized consistent with the chapters in the book and begins with the directions to the therapist, session protocols, therapist's scripts, and forms for each phase of the protocol. Instructions to the therapist provide an overview of the goals for the specific phase of EMDR with suggestions for case conceptualization. Session protocols include the steps for the specific phase of treatment. Also provided are therapist's scripts that include possible languaging for the therapist to use with the child written in italics. The final section of each phase includes forms as templates for the therapist to use for documentation and case planning.

When using the EMDR protocol with clients of any age, but especially with children, the therapist can integrate techniques and tools from play therapy, art therapy, sand tray therapy, and any other techniques with which the therapist determines are helpful for the client to express themselves.

Product Details 

  • Publication Date June 02, 2008
  • Page Count 120
  • Product Form Paperback / softback
  • ISBN 13 9780826111197
  • EISBN 9780826111241

About The Author(s) 

Robbie Adler-Tapia , PhD, is a licensed psychologist who has worked with children and families for over 30 years. Her work as a psychologist, educator, consultant, researcher, and writer has been at the cutting edge of treating trauma in young children. She has extensive experience in child welfare, the forensic arena, and working with first responders and public safety. Dr. Adler-Tapia is co-author of EMDR and the Art of Psychotherapy With Children and author of Child Psychotherapy, Integrating Developmental Theory into Clinical Practice. She has authored several invited chapters on treating trauma in children in the child welfare system and children who have experienced sexual abuse. Dr. Adler-Tapia presents internationally on treating trauma in children including using EMDR Therapy for attachment and dissociation. She has taught graduate level course work at the university level and supervised interns. Her volunteer work includes promoting EMDR Therapy for the most vulnerable children including training therapists worldwide working in the child welfare system and with children orphaned by AIDS, along with volunteering for a non-profit for law enforcement – PISTLE.

Table of Contents 

    Introduction to the Manual and User's Guide
  1. Phase 1: Client History and Treatment Planning
  2. Phase 2: Preparation for EMDR
  3. Phase 3: Assessment Phase
  4. Phase 4: Densensitization Phase
  5. Phase 5: Installation
  6. Phase 6: Body Scan
  7. Phase 7: Closure
  8. Phase 8: Re-Evaluation
  9. Cognitive Interweaves for Children
  10. Resource Development and Installation for Children
  11. Mapping and Graphing
  12. Future Template for Use in EMDR with Children
  13. Assessing Fidelity or Adherence to the EMDR Protocol with Child Clients

  14. Summary
    References