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EMDR with Children in the Play Therapy Room


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Table of Contents

  • Section One: Models for Integration
  • 1 Using both EMDR and prescriptive play therapy in Adaptive Information Processing: A rationale and essential considerations for integration
  • 2 TraumaPlay and EMDR: Integration and nuance in holding hard stories
  • 3 Room for everyone: EMDR and family-based play therapy in the sandtray
  • 4 Synergetic Play Therapy Combined with EMDR Therapy
  • 5 Treating trauma in young Children: Integrating EMDR, Child-centered Play Therapy, and Developmental Play Therapy
  • 6 EMDR and Expressive Arts Therapy: How expressive arts therapy can extend the reach of EMDR with complex clients
  • 7 Playful and creative approaches for EMDR therapy with Latinx children Viviana Urdaneta
  • 8 Understanding and responding to dissociation in children with play-based approaches
  • Section Two: Play-based Interventions for EMDR Phases
  • 9 Taking a play-based trauma history Ann Beckley-Forest
  • 10 Building a Calm/Safe Place in the play therapy room with the Fort Tent Alice Stricklin
  • 11 Using trauma-sensitive yoga and embodied play therapy for stabilization and resourcing Jennifer Lefebre
  • 12 The Pocket Smock as a preparation phase resource
  • 13 The "Lemon Squeezies" metaphor for EMDR processing with children
  • 14 EMDR-infused Theraplay
  • 15 Resource Wand for Bilateral Stimulation in EMDR Therapy
  • 16 Using the Superhero Shuffle for bilateral stimulation in EMDR with children
  • 17 "Splatting" out the trauma with movement in EMDR processing
  • 18 Using the Color Hands approach to bilateral stimulation (BLS)
  • 19 Play therapy targets for EMDR processing: How to get a "bulls-eye"
  • 20 Effectively managing closure and reevaluation phase with parents

About the Author

Ann Beckley-Forest, LCSW, RPT-S, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice in Buffalo, New York. Her specialties include attachment and child and adolescent trauma, and she also works with adult survivors. She is a Registered Play Therapist and supervisor and Approved Provider of play therapy continuing education through the Association for Play Therapy. She is also an EMDRIA-Approved Consultant and a faculty member of the Child Trauma Institute, in addition to serving as the training chair for the EMDRIA Special Interest Group for children and adolescents. She provides clinical consultation in person and remotely, and gives trainings locally and around the US and Asia. Her primary interest is in the intersection of play therapy and EMDR and has previously published on this topic in the Play Therapy magazine and the EMDRIA magazine, Go with That. Annie Monaco, LCSW, RPT, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a Registered Play Therapist and a faculty member of both the Child Trauma Institute and of University at Buffalo School of Social Work. Annie travels throughout the US and internationally providing trauma-informed trainings and agency and therapist consultation. She is a trainer of EMDR, Progressive Counting and Attachment & Dissociation and is the Chair of the EMDRIA Child and Adolescent Special Interest Group. She has extensive training in complex trauma, family therapy, play therapy, and restorative justice and over 25 years' experience in serving children, teens, families and adults. Her private practice in Amherst, New York includes complex issues such as foster care, out of country adoptions, juvenile justice and dissociation.

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