Presentations

Expanding Our Clinical Horizon with AIP-Informed Specially Designed Procedures and Protocols

Summary

Dr. Jarero will talk about how EMDR clinicians can expand their clinical horizons with Adaptive Information Processing (AIP)-informed specially designed procedures and protocols. The presentation is based on his twenty-two years of field work around the world and will cover topics ranging from rapid response to ongoing traumatic stress. Dr. Jarero will answer questions such as: Why the AIP is a Meta-Theory and a Transdiagnosis model? What should we do during a rapid response intervention? What is the relationship between the AIP model and the nervous system? What is the relationship between the Polyvagal theory and the co-regulation? How can we keep a physiological non-anxious presence to help others co-regulate with us? How can we know with one simple word if during a severe abreaction our client is inside the window of tolerance? Why the risk for onset of PTSD remains with time? How can we know who are the most severely traumatized? What is the AIP model-based Acute trauma and ongoing traumatic stress theoretical conceptualization? and many other answers.

Learning Objectives:

  • To learn why the AIP is a Meta-Theory and a Transdiagnosis model.
  • To learn how to conduct rapid response interventions.
  • To learn about the AIP model-based Acute trauma and ongoing traumatic stress theoretical conceptualization.
  • To learn how to expand our clinical horizons with AIP-informed evidence-based protocols such as “The Fantastic 4”. EMDR-IGTP, G-TEP, R-TEP, and EMDR-PRECI.