PART 1 LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1. Identify 3 elements of the Adaptive Information Processing (AIP) Model.
2. Describe how the AIP Model guides case conceptualization & treatment planning.
3. Identify 2 hypotheses for the mechanisms of action underlying EMDR therapy.
4. List 3 components of trauma memory networks transformed through EMDR.
5. Explain how to utilize the Subjective Units of Disturbance (SUD) Scale.
6. Explain how to utilize the Validity of Cognition (VOC) Scale.
7. Identify three options for Dual Attention Stimulus (DAS).
8. Name and describe the 8 phases of EMDR therapy.
9. Provide 2 possible adaptations across the 8 phases based on cultural identity.
10. Identify 3 areas to assess in determining client readiness for trauma processing.
11. Describe the 3-Pronged Approach to EMDR therapy.
12. Provide 2 indications to extend the Client Preparation Phase (Phase 2).
13. Identify 3 elements included in Phase 3: Assessment (Target Formation).
14. Describe the protocol for closing down incomplete target sessions.
PART 2 LEARNING OBJECTIVES
15. Utilize the client readiness checklist to determine readiness for trauma processing.
16. Apply the 3-pronged approach to prioritize targets for reprocessing.
17. Identify 2 examples of Resource Development and Installation (RDI).
18. Provide 2 options to increase the charge during Desensitization.
19. Provide 2 options to decrease the charge during Desensitization.
20. Implement 3 strategies to assist with blocked processing.
21. Implement the protocol for closing down incomplete target sessions.
22. Describe 2 strategies to use for clients with Complex PTSD.
23. Describe 2 possible modifications in using EMDR therapy with children.
24. Describe 2 strategies to use with clients who are highly dissociative.
25. Identify 3 possible targets for reprocessing for clients with chronic pain/illness.
26. Apply EMDR with client present day symptoms and future concerns.