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Healing Addiction with EMDR Therapy
A Trauma-Focused Guide
- Offers a holistic, comprehensive approach to addiction treatment that combines standard EMDR therapy with specialty protocols This innovative and brand new EMDR therapy guide for healing addiction is the first book to underscore the efficacy of EMDR therapy as a primary modality for treating trauma and addiction. Targeting the trauma lurking beneath the addiction, the resource presents a comprehensive collection of best practices and strategies for using EMDR therapy to treat addictive disorders, and guides practitioners in incorporating their protocols of choice into EMDR treatment. While illuminating underlying theory, the book focuses on practice knowledge and how therapists can translate this knowledge into clinical settings in order to provide clinicians with a fully-integrated approach to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of addiction across populations Written in user-friendly language by two prominent practitioners and trainers of EMDR therapy, the book helps therapists to address the complexity of addictive disorders by providing a comprehensive guide to the standard eight-phase protocol and adaptive information processing model as groundwork for case conceptualization and treatment. Chapters contain case studies with commentary on relevant decision-making points along with discussion questions to enhance critical thinking. Abundant "Tips and Tricks" learned in the trenches make the text come alive with clinical relevance, and references to many of the best specialty protocols and strategies for treating clients suffering from addiction due to trauma, guide readers to choose the best protocol for each situation. Purchase includes digital access for use on most mobile devices or computers. Key Features: Authors' lived experience brings a wealth or real-world application Introduces the standard EMDR therapy protocol as a modality of choice for treating trauma and addiction disorders Rates popular specialty protocols for addiction and provides guidance on how to integrate them into treatment Delivers a wealth of best practices and strategies for working with clients with addiction issues Addresses effectively working with dissociation in EMDR therapy Focuses on best practice informed by a thorough review of up-to-date scholarly literature Uses abundant case studies, "Tips and Tricks from the Field" and practical exercises to reinforce knowledge
- Jamie Marich, Ph.D., LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, REAT, RYT-500, RMT Dr. Jamie Marich began her career as a humanitarian aid worker in Bosnia-Hercegovina from 2000-2003, primarily teaching English and music. Marich travels internationally teaching on topics related to trauma, EMDR therapy, expressive arts, mindfulness, and yoga, while maintaining a private practice and online education operations in her home base of Warren, OH. Marich is the founder of the Institute for Creative Mindfulness and the developer of the Dancing Mindfulness approach to expressive arts therapy. She is also the developer of Yoga for Clinicians. Marich is the author of EMDR Made Simple: 4 Approaches for Using EMDR with Every Client (2011), Trauma and the Twelve Steps: A Complete Guide for Recovery Enhancement (2012), Creative Mindfulness (2013), Trauma Made Simple: Competencies in Assessment, Treatment, and Working with Survivors, and Dancing Mindfulness: A Creative Path to Healing and Transformation (2015). Marich co-authored EMDR Therapy & Mindfulness for Trauma-Focused Care along with colleague Dr. Stephen Dansiger, which was released with Springer Publishing in 2018. Process Not Perfection: Expressive Arts Solutions for Trauma Recovery, released in April 2019. North Atlantic Books published a revised and expanded edition of Trauma and the 12 Steps, in the Summer of 2020. Marich's own company, Creative Mindfulness Media, produced a daily meditation reader and workbook to accompany the Trauma and the 12 Steps project in the Autumn of 2020, in collaboration with Dr. Stephen Dansiger. The New York Times featured Marich's writing and work on Dancing Mindfulness in 2017 and 2020. NALGAP: The Association of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Addiction Professionals and Their Allies awarded Marich with their esteemed President's Award in 2015 for her work as an LGBT advocate. The EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) granted Marich the 2019 Advocacy in EMDR Award for her using her public platform in media and in the addiction field to advance awareness about EMDR therapy and to reduce stigma around mental health. Marich also sits on the clinical workgroup of EMDRIA's prestigious Council of Scholars. Stephen Dansiger, Psy.D., MFT Dr. Stephen Dansiger played CBGB and Max's Kansas City in the late 70's; drank, played drums in a toy rock band and then got into recovery in the late 80's; became an international social justice/diversity educator and rocker again in the 90's; and is now a consultant, trainer, clinician, writer and meditation teacher. Dansiger has become a master EMDR therapist and provider of EMDR Training and Advanced Topics Courses with the Institute for Creative Mindfulness and is a pioneer in the Buddhist recovery field. He is the creator and founder of the MET(T)A Protocol (Mindfulness and EMDR Treatment Template for Agencies) which utilizes Buddhist psychology, mindfulness and EMDR therapy to create an agency's primary clinical practice system. Dansiger is the author of Clinical Dharma: A Path for Healers and Helpers (StartAgain, 2016), EMDR Therapy and Mindfulness for Trauma-Focused Care (coauthored with Jamie Marich), and Mindfulness for Anger Management: Transformative Skills for Overcoming Anger and Managing Powerful Emotions (Althea Press, 2018). He also coauthored with Dr. Marich Trauma and the 12 Steps: A Trauma Responsive Workbook, and Trauma and the 12 Steps: Daily Meditations & Reflections (Creative Mindfulness Media, 2020), both companion volumes for the updated 2nd edition of Jamie Marich's Trauma and the 12 Steps (North Atlantic Books, 2020). Besides maintaining a private practice in Los Angeles, he travels internationally speaking and teaching on Buddhist mindfulness, EMDR therapy, the MET(T)A Protocol, trauma, Buddhist approaches to treating mental health issues, and clinician self-care. He has practiced Buddhist mindfulness for over 30 years (including a one-year residency at a Zen monastery) and teaches dharma classes regularly in Los Angeles and internationally. Dansiger is the Head of Health & Wellness Innovation and Partnerships at DropLabs, a leading sound and vibration technology company. He is a Founding Member of the Society for Health Care Innovation, an outgrowth the Master of Health Care Innovation (MHCI) program at the University of Pennsylvania, where he is in the 3rd cohort. At Penn he studies and collaborates with fellow health professionals and faculty to increase mental health care access, address inequities in the healthcare system, and create innovative solutions for mental health, addiction and wellness.
- Preface- Jamie Chapter 1 - A Primer on Addiction and Related Constructs Chapter 2 - The Case for EMDR as a Complete Psychotherapy Chapter 3 - EMDR Therapy Phase 1 in Healing Addiction Chapter 4 - EMDR Therapy Phase 2: Beyond the Standard Skills Chapter 5 - EMDR Therapy Phase 2.5: Transitioning from Preparation to Reprocessing Chapter 6 - EMDR Therapy Phases 3-6: Shapiro's "Special Sauce" and Beyond Chapter 7 - Addressing Addiction as Dissociation in EMDR Therapy Chapter 8- EMDR Therapy Phases 7-8: Honoring Transitions and Working with Feedback Chapter 9 - EMDR Therapy in the Addiction Treatment Setting Chapter 10 - Private Practice Considerations Chapter 11- Conclusion: A Call to Action Chapter 12- Collected Resources: Protocols, Scripts, and Recommended Websites
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