"In an era marked by devastating natural disaster and human violence, we are increasingly being drawn to the treatment of traumatized individuals. Catastrophic fear results in a variety of clinical symptoms which depend on pre-existing autonomic and cognitive coping strategies and the subjective meaning of trauma itself.In this program presenters discuss the neurobiology of interpersonal experience, affect regulation, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), and share research finding. "


Conference Recordings
format mp3 audio
Presenter(s) Daniel Siegel, Allan Schore, Francine Shapiro, Leigh McCullough
Series Legacy
Time 7 hoiurs
Year 1999
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