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1. Neunuebel, C. L. (2010, July). Making EMDR user friendly for Asians. Presentation at the 1st EMDR Asia Conference, Bali, Indonesia.
Making EMDR User Friendly For Asians: 1. Training Asians in EMDR Issues of confidentiality Fears of being judged by colleagues School systems in Asia being shame based Shame in speaking about personal issues Poor knowledge of own emotions Issues of fate and karma Need for Asian facilitators to be assertive with authority figures Hesitancy of Asian trainees to ask questions Western facilitators receive more compliance but need for Asian facilitators Need for translated material to be in colloquial language Need for Asian vignettes. 2. Practicing EMDR by Asian practitioners and for Asian clients: Problems with extremes SUDs and VOC, Clients struggle with emphasis on individual not family, Loss of face for practitioner to use manual, Most Asian clients have poor imaginative or visualization skills, Physical sensations are more available than emotions, Lack of anger at abusive family members and authority figures, Issues of ghosts and superstitions. 3. Supervision of Asian EMD, Provide supervisees of own mistakes, Providing supervision in countries where there are no consultants or facilitators, Can provide Western supervisors-but best might be co-leading supervision with a local practitioner. My material for this presentation has been developed over 13 years of using EMDR with Asian clients and from 10 years of providing facilitation and supervision for EMDR trainees. Also my many years in Asia, speaking the languages and having been partly raised by Chinese nannies, have given me an understanding of Asian values, family organization and taboos. I would like this workshop to provide a springboard for discussions with the attendees in collecting other ides for making EMDR Asian friendly.
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