Mindfulness & EMDR Treatment Template for Agencies

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MET(T)A is a new and innovative way to envision and implement Addictions treatment that is grounded in the well researched 30 year old theory and practice of EMDR therapy. This approach leans heavily upon the incredible work of those who have explored the use of EMDR therapy with PTSD, addictions and a whole host of issues, and upon the obvious and deep need for trauma resolution to be a focus of sustainable long term recovery.

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Keynote Presentation at the Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorders: The MET(T)A Protocol

I will open one day of the Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorders with a talk on "Moving from Trauma-Informed to Trauma-Focused Care: A Mindfulness Based Multi-Modal Approach." I am excited for the opportunity to continue to share my experience thus far with the MET(T)A Protocol, and to help participants start to think and work proactively toward trauma-focused care from a trauma-informed perspective. The momentum has been shifting in this direction for awhile now, and now I am very grateful to have opportunities like these to deepen and broaden the dialogue about and the practice of trauma-focused care. As my presentations at EMDRIA approach, I am very excited to share with this group of participants how the power of Buddhist psychology, EMDR therapy and AIP model as a template for treatment continues to be a possible game changer in the treatment world, and how it can also impact other agency and private practice settings as well.