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1. Leutner, S. (2008, Novenber). EMDR-protokoll ressourcenintegrierenden traumaverarbeitung/RIT [EMDR trauma protocol integrated resource processing/RIT]. EMDRIA Deutschland e.V. Rundbrief, 16, 26-28.
Das ressourcenintegrierende Protokoll stellt eine Möglichkeit der schonenden Annäherung an die Traumabegegnung nach dem Standardprotokoll dar und ersetzt dieses in vielen Fällen so lange, bis das explizite Zurückgreifen auf die Ressource immer weniger notwendig ist. Die Anwendung ist auch bei Erfolgsblockaden möglich. Es kann auch für Klientinnen eingesetzt werden, die zwar schon gute Ressourcen haben, wenn sie in die Behandlung kommen, aber mit der EMDR-Methode wenig vertraut und eher ängstlich sind, waThe resource-integrated protocol provides a facility to the gentle approach meeting after the trauma to the standard protocol and supersedes that in many cases so until the explicit recourse is less and less necessary to the resource. The Application is possible even if successful blockades. It can also be used for clients be, although they have been good resources when they come into treatment, but with the EMDR method unfamiliar and rather anxious are, what their own emotional tolerance concernss ihre eigene Affekttoleranz betrifft.
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2. Leutner, S., & Cronauer, E. (2010, June). Stabilizing while processing - Integration of resources into the EMDR protocol (RIT). Preconference presentation at the annual meeting of the EMDR Europe Association, Hamburg, Germany.
In EMDR, as in Pyschotrauma Therapy in general, it is important neither to ask too much of the client, which leads to re-traumatization and a breakthrough of necessary dissociative barriers, nor to ask too little of the client, which in turn could increase avoidance.
Specialists should be able to tailor their interventions well, in accordance with the needs of the clients. Resource activation and trauma processing should be in an appropriate balance, keeping in mind that the most important thing is to let the client be in charge and "keep out of the way" of his or her process as much as possible.
The neurological background of balancing work with traumatic memories and resources lies in promoting effective and permanent links between the neuronal trauma network and one or more corresponding resource networks.
A process-oriented model will be shown during the workshop, which does just that, as well as taking the different stages of trauma treatment with EMDR into consideration. An experimental EMDR-Protocol will be explained and practiced, which directly connects resource activation and processing of trauma in accordance with the AIP Model.
It is the presenter's goal to clearly show how the integration of resources can greatly accelerate processing. It is imperative, however, that the use of these resources is not random, but oriented towards the specific needs of the client at that specific point in time while giving attention to how much resource or trauma is activated.
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