Mark Brayne on EMDR with Intergenerational Trauma, Ely, Saturday April 25 2020 – and East Anglia regional EMDR networking day

Mark Brayne as tiny infant, with father and grandfather, Spring 1950

Ely Beet Sports & Social Club, 83 Lynn Rd, Ely CB6 1DE

Saturday April 25 2020, 0930-1630

£55 for members of the EMDR Association UK, £60 for non-members.

6 EMDR Association UK CPD Points to be applied for – click here to book.

Building on Dr Laurel Parnell’s use of bridging for EMDR target identification, with active resourcing and creative imagination, this is a unique opportunity to explore how the powerful tools of Attachment-Focused EMDR can be brought to bear on what in the language of psychodynamics might be termed family and parental introjects.

There’ll be our usual regional opportunity for afternoon networking, and in the morning Mark will take colleagues through the principles of Intergenerational EMDR as presented to the annual conference of the Parnell Institute in San Francisco in October 2019.

Put simply, the IG-EMDR protocol uses the client’s and the therapist’s shared imagination to take Dr Parnell’s modified protocol back up the generational line to work on the dysfunctional mother or father (or grandparent, sibling or other key figures in the attachment history) internalised by the client in their early childhood development.

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