Come join the Northern CO EMDR Nework Meeting on January 25, 2013. The presentation will be “The Method of Constant Installation of Present Orientation and Safey (CIPOS Method): Variations that occur with clients with Complex PTSD”
Date: January 25th, 11:30 – 1:30pm.
Presenter: Jim Knipe, PhD (bio follows) will present on “The Method of Constant Installation of Present Orientation and Safety (CIPOS Method): Variations that occur with clients with complex PTSD”
RSVP: to Dorinna at [email protected] or 494-0631 by January 18.
We have consistently had a problem with people RSVPing late or RSVPing yes and then not attending. Last meeting, 11 of you didn’t make it after RSVPing. At some point Jay’s may not allow us to use their room, as we RSVP for 30 and only 20 come and they are staffing for a 30-person party. Also, keep in mind, our volunteer speakers make copies at their cost. We know people get sick and emergencies happen, but please make the effort to RSVP in a timely manner and then make an effort to attend. Thank you.
Registration Fee: $0.00 (FREE)
Lunch: Usually costs about $15.00 and a donation is asked to help pay for the speaker to cover gas and copies cost.
Note: This meeting is only open to those trained in EMDR.
PRESENTER JIM KNIPE, PhD
Jim Knipe, PhD, has been a licensed psychologist in private practice in Colorado since 1976 and has been using EMDR since 1992. He has written chapters for EMDR Casebook (PManfield, 2002), EMDR Solutions (RShapiro, 2005), and Healing the Heart of Trauma and Dissociation (CForgash & MCopeley, 2007), and EMDR Scripted Protocols: Special Populations(Luber, 2009).
These writings have described specific procedures that can be utilized to extend EMDR to clients who present with self-defeating psychological defenses and/or dissociative symptoms.
Dr. Knipe is an EMDR-HAP Trainer, an EMDRIA Approved Consultant and Instructor, and was designated a “Master Clinician” by EMDRIA in 2007. He was a Keynote speaker at the 2010 EMDRIA conference, and since 2006 has been an invited guest speaker at annual conferences for EMDRIA, EMDR Europe and EMDR Asia. He has been involved with the EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs, serving on the Board of Directors and as Research and Training Director, and has also been involved in HAP programs in Oklahoma City, Turkey, New York (following 9/11), the Palestinian Territories, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. In addition, he is a co-author of published outcome research documenting the effects of EMDR with survivors of 9/11 and with those traumatized by the 1999 Marmara earthquake in Turkey.