EMDR and The Art of Psychotherapy With Children by Robbie Adler-Tapia PhD, Carolyn Settle MSW LCSW

By Robbie Adler-Tapia PhD, Carolyn Settle MSW LCSW

"...[This booklet comprises] priceless fabric for the kid therapist with different theoretical backgrounds to extra with a bit of luck follow EMDR to children." -- Frances Klaff, for magazine of EMDR perform and learn, quantity three, quantity three, 2009

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Controlled study EMDR vs. WLC for children diagnosed with PTSD 33 6–16 17 EMDR years tx group 16 WLC Child 25 psychiatric outpatient clinic for traumatized children 2002 Chembtob et al. 1 Studies of Individual Treatment of EMDR With Children (continued ) Year of study Studies Number of subjects Subject age range Setting Tx Pre/Post- Fidelity manual measures assessed used Total EMDR sessions Post-tx follow-up Findings Therapist training 1 psychologist PII trained 8 2002 Jaberghaderi 147 et al. EMDR CBT vs.

This required therapists to desensitize the child to the therapy environment for treatment with EMDR to proceed. Once the therapist recognized that the child’s reticence to participate in therapy with EMDR sometimes was due to contamination of the facility environment, rather than difficulties with the EMDR protocol, the therapeutic process continued more successfully. Variables Related to the Parents of Child Clients and the Home Environment. These variables included the parents’ current emotional functioning, the stability of the home and school environments, the recency of the trauma, and unfolding secondary traumas such as changes to the family and home environment and forensic involvement.

Our experience is that when the negative cognition resonates for the client, there is an obvious reaction that validates the negative cognition. With adult clients, a significant amount of time may be spent on distilling the negative cognition that represents the client’s core negative belief about himself or herself. With children, this process can be as simple as asking the child about the bad thought that is associated with the target and image. Children are not as likely to exhibit the telltale reaction to the negative cognition that we have observed in adolescent and adult clients.

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