EMDR, IFS and Coherence Therapy: Integration of Therapies for Severe Trauma Treatment and Deep, Lasting Change

led by Bruce Ecker, Dolores Mosquera, Bruce Hersey, Michelle Richardson, Michał Jasiński, Hannah Emery

This comprehensive 48-hour online training is divided into four distinct modules, each focusing on innovative approaches to trauma healing. Led by renowned experts, here you can find cutting-edge methods such as EMDR therapy, Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS), and Coherence Therapy. You can engage deeply in understanding the nuances of addressing complex trauma, navigating the complexities of ego states, and guiding clients towards profound transformation through memory reconsolidation. You will participate in interactive sessions, live demonstrations, and small group practices to hone your therapeutic skills and broaden your understanding of trauma recovery. You will discover the significance of integrating various therapeutic modalities to address severe trauma and foster enduring change in individuals’ lives. Join us for a transformative experience in professional development and emotional healing.

16 March 2025 from 14:00 to 18:00
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Learning outcomes

Part 1: 

  • List how to identify and build readiness for trauma work.
  •  Describe common problems and solutions during trauma work with complex trauma cases.
  • List different tools for applying EMDR to the work with complex trauma cases.
  • Learn to distinguish EMDR applicability in PTSD, C-PTSD and DD.
  • Describe specific EMDR techniques for micro-processing and stabilization.

Part 2: 

  • Describe concerns about using the EMDR Standard Protocol without additional knowledge and skills.
  • Identify the unique advantages of IFS as an Ego State model for use in combination with EMDR.
  • Explain the makeup of parts and how IFS gathers information about parts as targets for processing.
  • Identify the three categories of parts in IFS.
  • List at least 8 unique qualities of the Self in IFS.
  • Discuss what blending with a part is, and the IFS process of unblending.
  • Explain what the IFS therapist does when a part won’t unblend.
  • Describe Witnessing and list the 6 F’s of Witnessing in IFS.
  • Explain the IFS concept of burdens.
  • Describe the two components of a Protector’s Positive Intention.
  • Recite the 3 ingredients of “Special Sauce” IFS witnessing ‘cadence comments’ and explain their importance in witnessing.
  • Discuss the role of the Self in IFS healing.
  • Identify two final IFS healing processes that follow witnessing.

Part 3: 

  • Define in one sentence Coherence Therapy’s methodology for facilitating transformational change.
  • Use any of the three questions that efficiently elicit description of the specific features of the client’s unwanted behavior, emotion, mood, cognition, or somatic disturbance.
  • Name, explain, and apply three experiential techniques that can shift unconscious, implicit emotional learnings into richly felt, conscious targets of change.
  • Name, explain, and apply three experiential techniques for finding a decisive disconfirmation of a revealed emotional learning or schema.
  • Name and explain the “prediction error” experience that unlocks the neural encoding of a target emotional learning, launching the memory reconsolidation process.
  • List and explain the three component experiences of the “unlearning sequence” that nullifies a target emotional learning via memory reconsolidation.
  • List the steps of Coherence Therapy’s methodology and explain how they carry out the unlearning sequence of memory reconsolidation.
  • List and explain the three markers of transformational change that are the verification that they have successfully facilitated memory reconsolidation and true unlearning.
  • Explain Coherence Therapy’s central guiding principle of “symptom coherence” and how it accounts for both symptom production and symptom cessation.
  • Screen a client’s response and recognize any new indication of underlying emotional learning.
  • Apply the specialized type of empathy, “coherence empathy,” that crucially helps facilitate Coherence Therapy’s methodology.
  • Explain how they would recognize the necessary “experiential” quality of therapeutic process in Coherence Therapy.
  • Define the ingredients of the “juxtaposition experience” that they aim to create in Coherence Therapy to fulfill the unlearning sequence of memory reconsolidation.
  • Define memory reconsolidation functionally and explain how it differs from emotional regulation.
  • Explain and contrast the two fundamental types of therapeutic change, counteractive versus transformational change.
  • Refrain from following their “counteractive reflex” and instead remain focused on fully accessing the client’s existing, symptom-generating emotional learning.
  • Define an “emotional learning” in terms of adaptive implicit knowledge.
  • Define the two main sections of a symptom-generating emotional schema or mental model.
  • Explain how episodic memory and semantic memory differ.
  • Navigate through a therapy session using principles rather than protocols.

Part 4: 

  • Identify one advantageous aspect of the IFS concept of Self that is not explicitly included in EMDR’s Adaptive Information Processing (AIP) system.
  • Explain the relationship between Functional Dual Attention and Self-Presence.
  • Describe the concept of energy as it applies to Protective Parts and how this can be measured and processed within EMDR.
  • Describe the concept of energy as it applies to qualities of Self and how these can be measured and installed as a resource within EMDR.
  • Identify at least one way that IFS language can used in obtaining a NC, PC or VOC.
  • Compile an IFS-Informed Assessment Phase target.
  • Discuss shifting targets from exile to protector, using IFS-Informed scales in Desensitization Phase.
  • Recite at least 3 IFS Interweaves in Desensitization Phase.
  • Identify a third type of processing (beside resources and desensitization) with bilateral stimulation named after a stage of Coherence Therapy.
  • Discuss obtaining precise negative cognitions in the Assessment Phase using Coherence Therapy concepts.
  • Describe therapists’  relationship with their parts-as-therapist based on the IFS model.
  • Explain what is meant by ‘the biggest part in the room.’
  • Explain the difference between a conventional EMDR Assessment Phase and the modified Assessment Phase used in Discovery.

Event Breakdown

Part 1: EMDR´s Impact in Healing Complex Trauma: From Stabilization to Reprocessing by Dolores Mosquera 

EMDR offers a journey of healing and hope for those who experience multiple traumatic events. Complex presentations of trauma, however, can cause several challenges for EMDR therapists. Phase-oriented treatment serves as an excellent guide to structure the work with clients suffering from complex trauma related disorders; therefore, understanding how the AIP Model can inform therapeutic interventions is extremely useful for clinical practice. This module will provide participants with an in-depth overview not only of the structure and process of EMDR therapy but also – and most importantly – of its application to the treatment of complex trauma cases, thus underlining the key aspects that EMDR can bring to the healing of severe trauma. During this module, participants will be introduced to the basic concepts and assumptions of the EMDR Standard Protocol and its application to complex trauma via PowerPoint lecture, and then shown the process through clinical vignettes, followed by practice sessions in the breakout rooms, aimed at helping clinicians to learn how to identify individual indicators of readiness, as well as blocks. This will allow therapists to understand how to implement the work with traumatic memories safely, by using a progressive approach, from the very early stages of therapy. The therapeutic pathway starting with stabilization and eventually leading to reprocessing will also be explored in detail. Note: Even though this module is open to therapists with any kinds of professional background, to optimally benefit from this webinar, participants are encouraged to acquire at least a basic knowledge of the EMDR key concepts (e.g. from reading, prior workshops and/or personal experience). Familiarity with EMDR basic concepts is highly recommended but it is NOT a compulsory pre-requisite to attend this module.

Part 2  – The Essentials of Internal Family Systems Therapy: by Bruce Hersey and Michelle Richardson

EMDR has long had concerns related to dissociation, defenses, and complexity. Ego state therapy in various forms has been highly recommended by notable leaders in the EMDR and trauma treatment field as a necessary adjunct. IFS is becoming widely known for its systemic, relational, non-pathologizing features. In IFS, ego states are parts, are embedded in an adaptive and protective system and can be guided by a (higher) Self, which is qualitatively different from those parts. The Self is capable of healing burdened, stuck, wounded, or extreme/symptomatic parts through its energetic presence in a healing relationship. Self-Energy, a product of Self-Presence, has a healing effect on such parts. During this module, participants will be introduced to the assumptions and basic concepts of the IFS model via PowerPoint lecture, and then shown the process in volunteer demo sessions, followed by practice sessions in the roles of therapist and client, with Michelle and Bruce available to answer questions and provide brief coaching. Note: Even though this module is open to therapists with any kinds of professional background, to optimally benefit from this webinar, participants are encouraged to acquire at least a basic knowledge of the IFS key concepts (e.g. from reading, prior workshops and/or personal experience). Familiarity with IFS basic concepts is highly recommended but it is NOT a compulsory pre-requisite to attend this module.

Part 3: Coherence Therapy: Transformational Change Through Memory Reconsolidation by Bruce Ecker, Michał Jasiński and Hannah Emery

Through lecture, session videos, a live demo session by the co-creator of this therapeutic approach – Bruce Ecker – and small group practice, participants will learn Coherence Therapy’s versatile methodology of profound change, consisting of the brain’s core process of emotional unlearning identified in neuroscience studies of memory reconsolidation. The process results in transformational change, the lasting disappearance of major symptoms and their underlying emotional distress. Clinicians will learn a set of experiential techniques that are often optimal in Coherence Therapy, while remaining free to use any experiential techniques in their repertoire to carry out this well-defined, potent process, including techniques from IFS, EMDR, EFT, AEDP, SE, and other systems. Coherence Therapy has been effective for an extremely wide range of symptoms, both trauma-based and non-trauma-based, attachment-based and non-attachment-based. The non-pathologizing conceptual framework of Coherence Therapy lays bare the phenomenology of how the schemas or mental models in implicit emotional learnings drive symptom production, and how their deep unlearning occurs for symptom cessation.

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Part 4 – IFS-Informed EMDR: A Comprehensive Interweave: by Bruce Hersey and Michelle Richardson

This is a didactic and  experiential webinar offering a specific view of Ego states , in the context of EMDR therapy through an IFS lens, regarding their ubiquitous appearance, defenses, and  relational phenomena. A conceptual bridge is formed between the two models, yielding additional language to enrich therapist-client communication about the client’s internal process, and much more. Participants will learn the importance of Client’s Self-Presence and the co-presence or activation of a Target Part in relationship to the Self. Furthermore, they will learn how to cultivate and maintain this Functional Dual Attention in the Assessment & Desensitization Phases using measurement scales (beyond SUD & VOC) relating to Self-Energy, state-binding affect & protective intention. Participants will also have the opportunity to understand how this integrated model aligns with the Memory Reconsolidation research that characterizes  Coherence Therapy for additional precision in targeting underlying implicit memories, to increase the accuracy of identifying and elaborating appropriate positive and negative cognitions in the Assessment Phase. These methods will be taught in PowerPoint lectures supplemented by live demonstrations with participant volunteers and supported by significant breakout practices for participants to learn by doing.

Who would benefit from this Webinar?

This module is open to any therapists, regardless from their specific background, interested in the application of EMDR to the treatment of complex trauma.

Discover the program of this Live Webinar
22 November 2024 from 14:00 to 18:00

14:00-15:00: Basic concepts and assumptions of the EMDR Standard Protocol and the AIP Model

15:00-16:00: How to identify and build readiness for trauma work

16:00-16:15: Break

16:15-17:00: Clinical vignettes

17:00-17:45: Practice Breakout

17:45-18:00: Practice debrief, Q&A

23 November 2024 from 14:00 to 18:00

14:00-15:00: Common problems and solutions during EMDR trauma work with complex trauma cases

15:00-16:00: Tools for applying EMDR to the work with complex trauma cases

16:00-16:15: Break

16:15-17:00: Clinical vignettes

17:00-17:45: Practice Breakout

17:45-18:00: Practice debrief, Q&A

24 November 2024 from 14:00 to 18:00

14:00-15:00: How to distinguish EMDR applicability in PTSD, C-PTSD and dissociative disorders

15:00-16:00: Specific EMDR techniques for micro-processing and stabilization

16:00-16:15: Break

16:15-17:00: Clinical vignettes

17:00-17:45: Practice Breakout

17:45-18:00: Practice debrief, Q&A

24 January 2025 from 14:00 to 18:00

14:00-15:00: Welcome & Overview

15:00-15:15: IFS Meditation

15:15-16:15: Starting with a Part; Find, Focus, Flesh-Out; Managers, Firefighters, Exiles

16:15-16:30: Break

16:30-17:00: Finding Parts: Demonstration

17:00-17:45: Finding Parts: Practice Breakout

17:45-18:00: Practice debrief, Q&A

25 January 2025 from 14:00 to 18:00

14:00-15:00: Self; Blending and Unblending; Direct Access

15:00-16:00: Witnessing; 6F’s; Burdens

16:00-16:15: Break

16:15-16:45: Unblending/witnessing Parts: Demonstration

16:45-17:45: Unblending/witnessing Parts: Practice Breakout

17:45-18:00: Practice debrief, Q&A

26 January 2025 from 14:00 to 18:00

14:00-15:00: Healing; Re-do; Retrieval; Unburdening

15:00-15:30: Flow of the Model Review

15:30-15:45: Break

15:45-16:45: Witnessing or Healing: Demonstration

16:45-17:45: Witnessing or Healing: Practice Breakout

17:45-18:00: Debrief & Wrap-up, Q&A

14 February 2025 from 14:00 to 18:00

Lecture: Emotional learning as the basis of symptom production

Types of emotional memory and their contents

Implicit schemas and mental models: examples and structure

Symptom coherence: the basis of symptom production and symptom cessation

Lecture: How the brain unlearns: memory reconsolidation

Two main types of therapeutic change: core change versus competitive change

How the memory reconsolidation process produces core change

Unlearning: the special type of core change that is transformational

The unlearning sequence: crowning achievement of MR neuroscience research

BREAK

Q&A

Lecture: Coherence Therapy’s methodology

Symptom identification

The discovery phase: Experiential accessing of underlying symptom-generating schemas

Specialized techniques for the discovery process

Examples and session videos

The integration phase: Establishing routine awareness of the discovered “emotional truth of the symptom”

The effects of experiencing the emotional truth of the symptom: de-pathologizing, agency, purpose, validity, coherence-of-self
Resistance: Recognizing, respecting, engaging, and dissolving it by finding the emotional truth of the resistance

Q&A

15 February 2025 from 14:00 to 18:00

Lecture: Coherence Therapy’s methodology, continued

The transformation phase: profound unlearning of the discovered schema/mental model

Finding contradictory living knowledge: the client’s mismatch detector

Finding contradictory living knowledge: deliberate search techniques

Fulfillment of the unlearning sequence: creating a juxtaposition experience

Experiential disconfirmation = “corrective emotional experience”

Three markers of transformational change: verification that memory reconsolidation and true unlearning have occurred

Video demonstration

Resistance to schema nullification

Q&A

BREAK

Live demonstration session by Bruce Ecker

Discussion of session and Q&A with Bruce Ecker

Coherence Therapy’s compatibility with IFS, EMDR, EFT, SE, AEDP, etc.

16 February 2025 from 14:00 to 18:00

Practice sessions in small groups with coaching by the presenters

Groups of 3 do 3 practice sessions, with each session followed by discussion in the full group, and a 15-minute break before the third session.

14 March 2025 from 14:00 to 18:00

14:00-14:30: Welcome & Overview

14:30-15:00: Self and Energy

15:00-15:30: Self and Energy: Demonstration

15:30-16:15: Self and Energy: Practice breakout

16:15-16:30: Break

16:30-17:00: Parts and Energy: Demonstration

17:00-17:45: Parts and Energy: Breakout practice

17:45-18:00: Practice debrief, Q&A

15 March 2025 from 14:00 to 18:00

14:00-14:30: Dual Attention Revisited

14:30-16:00: IFS-Informed Assessment Phase

16:00-16:15: Break

16:15-16:45: IFS-Informed Assessment Phase: Demonstration

16:45-17:45: IFS-Informed Assessment Phase: Practice Breakout

17:45-18:00: Practice debrief, Q&A

16 March 2025 from 14:00 to 18:00

14:00-15:00: Discovery

15:00-15:30: Desensitization & Flow of IFS-Informed EMDR

15:30-15:45: Break

15:45-16:45: Discovery or Desensitization: Demonstration

16:45-17:45: Discovery or Desensitization: Practice Breakout

17:45-18:00: Debrief & Wrap-up, Q&A

Dolores-Mosquera
Dolores Mosquera

Dolores Mosquera is a psychologist specializing in personality disorders, complex trauma disorders and dissociation. She has published many books, book chapters and articles on trauma-related disorders. Dolores received the David Servan-Schreiber award for outstanding contributions to the EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) field in 2017, was made Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation in 2018, for her contributions to the trauma and dissociation field, and received the MAM10 Prix David Servan-Schreiber award in 2021 to a foreign researcher who has made a notable international contribution, having advanced research in the field of EMDR.

Michelle Richardson
Michelle Richardson

Michelle Richardson is co-founder of Syzygy Institute and owner of Mindful Soul Center for Wellbeing, a thriving group practice located in southern New Jersey. There, she specializes in the treatment of complex trauma and dissociation in addition to providing clinical supervision and consultation to clinicians in varied stages of their professional journey. As an EMDRIA Approved Consultant and Certified IFS Therapist, Michelle helps therapists wade through the often murky and complex waters of psychotherapy towards clarity and confidence in their work. At the Syzygy Institute, it is Michelle’s mission to introduce therapists to the ease of which IFS and EMDR integrate and generate lasting healing for their clients, even with some of the most complex client systems.

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Bruce Ecker

Bruce Hersey is an Approved Consultant in EMDR (EMDRIA) and Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy (IFS-I). He has taught numerous introductory and advanced IFS workshops over the past 20 years. He has presented at the EMDRIA, EMDRAA, EMDR UK AASECT, & IFS International conferences, and has been teaching workshops on the integration of EMDR & IFS since 2013. He has presented internationally in Australia, Italy, Russia (virtual), & Kazakhstan (virtual). He has served as an individual or group consultant to hundreds of therapists around the world. His prerecorded workshops are available at emdrifs.com. He is co-founder of Syzygy Institute along with Michelle Richardson, where his integrated methodology is taught live by trainers trained by them. His teaching and consultation are deepened by previous experience as a consultant & supervisor in clinical hypnosis (ASCH) and sex therapy (AASECT).

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Bruce Ecker

Bruce Ecker, MA, LMFT, a licensed psychotherapist residing in New York City, is co-originator of Coherence Therapy, co-founder and co-director of the Coherence Psychology Institute, and coauthor of Unlocking the Emotional Brain: Memory Reconsolidation and the Psychotherapy of Transformational Change; the Coherence Therapy Practice Manual & Training Guide; and two other books and numerous peer-reviewed journal articles. Since 2006 he has driven the clinical field’s recognition of memory reconsolidation as the core process of transformational therapeutic change, and has developed the application of this brain research breakthrough for major advancements in therapeutic effectiveness and psychotherapy unification. He has taught in clinical graduate programs, is a frequent presenter at conferences and workshops internationally, and leads the Institute’s team of research associates.

Michał Jasiński
Michał Jasiński

Michał Jasiński, PhD, is a licensed psychotherapist, cinema expert, philologist, and guest lecturer at the SWPS University (Poland) and the University of Barcelona (Spain). He has a private therapeutic practice in Barcelona and specializes in constructivist psychotherapies, his main approach being Coherence Therapy.  He is a certified trainer and research associate of the Coherence Psychology Institute, on behalf of which he conducts workshops in Europe (mostly in Poland, where he introduced Coherence Therapy in 2013) and online.  He is also trained in Personal Construct Psychotherapy, Brief Strategic Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and AEDP, all of which he integrates with Coherence Therapy in his work. He is also a consultant for the Polish Psychedelic Society and works as a psychedelic integration specialist in the Hermanosis Association in Spain.

Hannah Emery
Hannah Emery

Hannah Emery, PhD, is a licensed psychologist in private practice in St. Louis, Missouri, USA and an assistant clinical professor at the Southern Illinois University in the Edwardsville School of Dental Medicine. She is a certified trainer and research associate of the Coherence Psychology Institute, and greatly enjoys coaching each trainee through their unique learning process. She is a certified advanced practitioner of Coherence Therapy and utilizes that approach as her main modality in counseling. Her research interests include LGBTQ+ issues, gender identity, trauma, and applied clinical research, with a particular focus on the design of research methodology and statistical analysis, a set of skills that she contributes to the Institute’s research program.

🪙 48 CPD/CE credits included in the price, no extra fees! 🪙
Whether you practice in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, or any other country, our credits are valid for all the organizations. (Read more). Please note that the CPD/CE credits will be available 15 days after the event has ended.

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