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EMDR Therapy for Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia, and Irritable Bowel Disorder (2 credits)

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This is a 123 minute video which discusses the application of the basic EMDR Therapy Three Pronged approach (Past, Present and Future) to Panic, Agoraphobia and Irritable Bowel Syndrome.  We describe how to incorporate the in-vivo component for Panic, Agoraphobia and Excoriation Disorder.  The use of interoceptives and bilateral stimulation will be explained and demonstrated.  Interoceptives are exercises such as intentional hyperventilation or breathing through a straw combined with EMDR Therapy bilateral stimulation to rapidly reprocess internal triggers of Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia and Irritable Bowel Syndrome.  Case Examples will be provided.  This protocol is based on research regarding Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia and the clinical experience of Dr. Sprowls and Dr. Marquis.

For your continuing education credits, please download and complete the attached test and evaluation. For your convenience you can download the test (PDF or Word Doc) and the course evaluation (PDF or the Word Doc). Then email the completed form to Priscilla Marquis, Ph.D. <priscilla.marquis@earthlink.net> and the test will be graded and CEU's assigned.

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Please email Dr Marquis with course questions at priscilla.marquis@earthlink.net.

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