The link between trauma and personality disorders.

Dolores Mosquera
21 de enero de 2017
Turin, Italy
Turin School of Psychotherapy

Treating Somatoform Dissociation with EMDR

Dolores Mosquera
10 de marzo de 2017
Hilden, Germany
PIE. Psychotraumatology Institute Europe

ISSTD 34th Annual Conference. The Ripple Effect: Trauma & Dissociation in the Mainstream

Plenary Panel: The Borderline Question (Julian Ford, Warwick Middletown & Dolores Mosquera) Workshop 1. Working with voices regardless of diagnosis (Andrew Moskowitz & Dolores Mosquera) Workshop 2. Working with Positive Emotion and Experience in the Treatment of Chronic Trauma (Kathy Steele & Dolores Mosquera)

March 30-31, April 1-3, 2018
Washington DC
International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation

3rd EMDR Asia Conference. Treating Trauma through EMDR for Peace

Development of EMDR has set up a very effective approach to psychological trauma therapy. As a psychiatrist, who was a member of the first group in China that started post-traumatic psychological intervention at the end of 20th century, I have collaborated with other Chinese psychologists; our aim has been to identify a more efficient treatment for post-traumatic crisis intervention and recovery. We have been very delighted to learn and embrace EMDR. Since its introduction to China in 2002, EMDR has drawn substantial attention among Chinese mental health professionals. Through persistent effort, along with support and help from Trauma Aid Germany, HAP-German, HAP Europe, EMDRIA and HAP International, we have succeeded in implementing and developing EMDR practice and education. One effect of this movement has been the establishment of the EMDR-China Society, which is affiliated with the Chinese Association for Mental Health Psychotherapy and Psycho-consultation Committee in 2009; its goal has been to promote the process of training, clinical application, post-traumatic aid and research. With its guidance and coordination, EMDR-China psychologists and psychiatrists not only have actively participated in EMDR-Asia Conferences and trainings, including the first and second EMDR–Asia Conferences, but also successfully bid for and will host the Third Asian EMDR meeting in Shanghai. We are determined to promote EMDR training, implementation, and research and contribute to the state of mental and emotional well-being.

Gary Quinn, Derek Farrell, Ignacio Jarero, Dolores Mosquera, Natalia Seijo and many more
April 21-23, 2017
Shangai, China

3rd Virtual Summit of Complex Trauma, Dissociation & EMDR Therapy

Kathleen Martin, Farnsworth Lobenstine, Dolores Mosquera & Colin A. Ross
April 28-29, May 5-6, 2017
Ana Gomez

Workshop for EMDR supervisors

Dolores Mosquera
11 de mayo de 2017
Paris, France
Association EMDR France

Working with traumatic memories. Phase 2 treatment in dissociative disorders

Dolores Mosquera, Natalia Seijo & Giovanni Tagliavini
19 de mayo de 2017
Venice, Italy
Center for mind-body integration in psychotherapy

Workshop 1: Work with victims of Intimate Partner Violence Workshop 2: Borderline Personality Disorders, complex trauma and Dissociation

Dolores Mosquera
June 2-4, 2017
Brasilia, Brazil
Espaço da Mente

18th EMDR Europe Conference

30 de junio 2017
Asociación EMDR España

Borderline Personality Disorder and Complex Trauma

Dolores Mosquera
7 de julio de 2017

EMDRIA Conference. Creating Global Healing, Health and Hope.

24 de agosto de 2017
Seattle, Washington
EMDR International Association.

Workshop: Treating dissociative disorders with EMDR Therapy: The Progressive Approach

Dolores Mosquera
22 de septiembre de 2017
Denver, Colorado
Mentor Books

Trauma Congress CELEVT

Plenary lecture: The Treatment of Dissociative Disorders due to emotional abuse and neglect in childhood

11 de octubre de 2017
Amersfoort, The Netherlands
The Center Late Effects Early Childhood Traumatization (CELEVT)

Workshop over het model “Progressive approach” bij dissociatieve stoornissen en complexe PTSS

Dolores Mosquera
12 de Octubre de 2017
EMDR Nederland

Three days of learning with Dolores Mosquera in Boston

Dolores Mosquera
October 20-22, 2017
EMDR Advanced Training and Distance Learning

The impact of attachment in EMDR therapy

Andrew M. Leeds & Dolores Mosquera
30 de octubre de 2017
Oakland, Los Angeles
Sonoma Psychotherapy Training Institute

Workshop 1: EMDR Therapy for Narcissism | Workshop 2: Treating Hostile voices and parts in dissociative disorders

Dolores Mosquera
1 de noviembre de 2017
Tel-Aviv, Israel
EMDR Israel Association

Trauma Conference Bad Honnef

Keynote: Repairing attachment trauma in severely traumatized patients Post-conference workshop: Therapeutic tools for working with trauma and dissociation

Dolores Mosquera and many more
17 de noviembre de 2017
Bad Honnef, Germany
The Rhein-Klinik. Hospital for Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy

ESTD 2017 Conference

Karl Heinz Brisch, Dolores Mosquera, Ellert Nijenhuis, Wolfgang Berner and many more
November 9-11, 2017
Bern, Switzerland
European Society for Trauma and Dissociation

EMDR for Dissociative Disorders. The Progressive Approach. 2nd edition

Dolores Mosquera
20 de noviembre de 2017
Oslo, Norway
EMDR Norge

Workshop 1: EMDR Therapy with Borderline Personality Disorder

Dolores Mosquera
November 24, 2017
Cologne, Germany
EMDR Institut Deutschland

EMDR Therapy for Narcissism

Dolores Mosquera
November 26, 2017
Cologne, Germany
EMDR Institut Deutschland

Treating Dissociative Disorders with EMDR Part II

Dolores Mosquera
30 de noviembre de 2017
Aalst, Belgium

Practical Strategies for Working with The Challenging Trauma Client

This workshop is intended for therapists who already have a basic understanding of trauma informed treatment and who wish to increase their skills in working with more complex issues. First prognostic factors will be explored, with implications for planning treatment. Then, we will demonstrate practical approaches to some of the more challenging treatment issues, such as resistance, dependency and relational avoidance, suicidality, self-harm, boundary problems, and sadomasochism. Participants will learn practical and compassionate ways to understand, recognize and effectively work with resistance, which is best understood as protection. Specific interventions to maintain a collaborative therapeutic relationship with clients that does not evoke overwhelming dependency needs will be demonstrated. Therapists will learn how to accept and process dependency needs in their clients while maintaining healthy boundaries. We will discuss how to work with rage and sadistic tendencies in a safe and containing manner, while managing intense countertransference feelings. Therapists will learn effective strategies to resolve chronic self-harm and suicidality. Video excerpts will be used to demonstrate specific approaches.

Kathy Steele, Dolores Mosquera
8 de diciembre de 2017
Atlanta, GA

EMDR with Dissociative Clients: The Progressive Approach

This workshop is open only to clinicians who have completed the full EMDR basic training . After many early cautions about the potential dangers of using EMDR with individuals suffering from dissociative disorders, limited proposals have been offered for adapting EMDR procedures to this specific population. In this workshop, clinical case examples and video fragments will be used to illustrate interventions with EMDR for dissociative clients following the “Progressive Approach” (Gonzalez & Mosquera, 2012). The workshop will demonstrate how EMDR clinicians can safely utilize this model to offer a wide range of EMDR interventions beginning early in the preparatory phase of treatment for clients with dissociative disorders. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive model for applying EMDR therapy in the treatment of dissociative disorders, extending the AIP model to address the kinds of dysfunctionally stored information found in those with the most severe forms of traumatization and dissociative phobic avoidance. On Day 1, EMDR therapists will learn to implement specific clinical interventions, based on ‘progressive protocols’ for dissociative disorders. On Day 2, we will explore how to resolve avoidance and distrust, two major roadblocks to successful therapist in patients with Complex PTSD and Dissociative Disorders. A practical trauma-informed approach that emphasizes the need to identify and work with the individual’s unintegrated inner structural organization as a means to address the root causes of symptoms will be described. Steps for treatment planning and interventions will be illustrated through video examples.

Dolores Mosquera
9 de diciembre de 2017
Atlanta, GA

EMDR Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder. Enhancing emotional regulation and the Discovery of the Self

Dolores Mosquera
15 de diciembre de 2017
New York, NY
The NY Open Center

Working with hostile voices and parts of the personality in complex trauma and dissociative disorders

Dolores Mosquera
16 de diciembre de 2017
Cheryl Kenn de Balinthazy