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Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Evidence-Based Treatments for PTSD: CBT, Prolonged Exposure Therapy & EMDR – New

Given the proliferation of books and techniques related to trauma, it is difficult to find what really works.  In this expertly produced DVD you will learn the very latest evidenced-based treatments for trauma from the world’s leading experts.

EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENTS FOR PTSD: CBT, PROLONGED EXPOSURE THERAPY & EMDR – 2 DVD set
http://www.psychotherapydvds.com/Evidence-Based-Treatments-for-PTSD

Featuring:
-          Donald Meichenbaum, one of the founders of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), voted one of the top ten most influential therapist of the 20th century.  In this DVD Dr Meichenbaum will discuss how CBT is evolving and how it can be used to conquer post traumatic growth and to heal from their traumatic event.
-          Edna Foa, Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, developer of Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE).  She was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people for her work with PTSD in returning war veterans.  In this DVD Dr Foa will explain how to use specific strategies in PE including imaginal exposure and vivo exposure to help clients confront their trauma and resolve their symptoms.
-          Laurel Parnell, one of the most recognizable experts in the field of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).  The author of four books on the subject, this expert trainer and clinician will show you how to integrate EMDR into a client-centred approach to therapy, and how to make adjustments to EMDR that are imperative to helping clients deal with their trauma.

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