Right now, people around the world are experiencing the coronavirus pandemic as an epic of trauma and sorrow with many months to run. But this time of suffering, grief and loneliness is also where resilience can be nurtured and strengthened to promote recovery.
How do we help our clients move forward from current traumas with resilience?
How do we make the most of our EMDR expertise to accelerate the process?
Why do some clients appear to fare better? What accounts for the differences?
Roger Solomon PhD will join me to answer questions like these. We’ll talk about the nature of resilience, how to assess a client’s adaptive capacity and motivation for moving forward and Strategies for strengthening a client’s hardiness, optimism and commitment—the pillars of resiliency and recovery.
Don’t miss this timely and transformative video event. It’s free and the information is invaluable.
Deany Laliotis, LICSW, is an international trainer, clinical consultant, and practitioner of EMDR therapy, specializing in the treatment of traumatic stress disorders and attachment issues. She’s been on the faculty of EMDR Institute, Inc. since 1993 and is currently the Director of Training. Most recently, Deany has co-authored a chapter on EMDR Therapy with Dr. Francine Shapiro in Evidence Based Treatments for Trauma-Related Psychological Disorders as well as an article titled, “EMDR and the Adaptive Information Processing Model: Integrative Treatment and Case Conceptualization,” in the Journal of Clinical Social Work. Deany was recently awarded the Francine Shapiro award for excellence by the EMDR International Association.
Dr. Roger Solomon is a psychologist specializing in the areas of grief and trauma, including complex trauma and trauma related dissociation. He has been on the Senior Faculty with the EMDR Institute since 1993, and currently serves as Program Director. He is a consultant with the US Senate, and has provided consultation to law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, Secret Service, and Polizia di Stato in Italy. He offers trainings on topics such as the art of EMDR, grief and mourning, and complex trauma. He has authored or coauthored 45 articles and book chapters pertaining to EMDR therapy, grief, complex trauma, acute trauma and law enforcement stress.