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ৱ  Format Kindle @Getting Past Your Past: Take Control of Your Life with Self-Help Techniques from EMDR Therapy ఖ Book Author Francine Shapiro ኯ ৱ Format Kindle @Getting Past Your Past: Take Control of Your Life with Self-Help Techniques from EMDR Therapy ఖ Book Author Francine Shapiro ኯ CHAPTER1RUNNING ON AUTOMATICWhy would a beautiful, intelligent woman keep picking the wrong men, and then when they try to break up with her, throw herself on the floor clutching their legs, begging them not to leave Ben is a successful businessman Why is he hit with anxiety whenever he has to make a presentation Stacey has been trying one therapist after another for years to discover why she has an almost constant feeling of dread, fears of abandonment and an eating disorder Strangest of all, she has repeated images of the color red and a candle It makes no sense to her, but it has been going on for as long as she can remember.Interestingly, there is a simple explanation for their problems that involves how the brain itself functions In this book, we will explore both the reasons for suffering and what we can do about it.WHY WE SUFFERThe truth is we all suffer at one time or another Situations arise all the time that affect us negatively But when we continue to have pain long after the experience itself has passed, it is because the hardwiring of our brains influences our minds Let s try the following experiment so you can see for yourself I ll give a single sentence and you just notice the first thing that pops into your mind Roses are redThe odds are that the first thing to come up was Violets are blue For people born in the United States, it s basically the equivalent of a knee jerk response This is an important concept, since mental responses are based on physical reactions Your brain is programmed to respond in the same way as the rest of your body Regardless of age or gender, when your knee is hit in a certain way your leg will jerk Similarly, regardless of intention, your mind also reacts automatically For instance, when is the last time you heard that rhyme You probably learned it in childhood So, if you don t live with young children, it was likely many, many years ago But it came up automatically nonetheless These types of automatic responses can be wonderful and useful, and show the power of our minds, but they don t always serve us.Take a look at the sentences themselves Your response to Roses are red wasn t a critical evaluation of its meaning Your mind just moved along with a response as if it was true But roses aren t always red They are also yellow, pink, purple and most any color you can think of However, that unexamined sentence looks just fine at first glance And how about the second one Violets are blue Are they really No, actually they are purple But the line will come up whether it s true or not Now, probably the sentence didn t cause you any kind of distress But that same type of automatic response also causes a wide range of problems that disrupt happiness, families and communities The same mind brain processes that allow us to recognize a rhyme, or sing along with a tune we haven t heard in 20 years, are the ones that can also drown us in the misery of anxiety, depression, heartache and at times physical pain.The nursery rhyme has even to offer Remember the line that comes after Violets are blue Sugar is sweet and so are you Lovely sentiment, and it also comes to mind automatically But as we all know, while sugar is surely sweet, people are lots complicated Everyone is a mixture of sweet, sour and every flavor and variation under the sun At some point, everyone is angry, sad, jealous, bitter, hurt, insecure, happy or sweet And when we are, we act accordingly One moment we cherish the one we are with and cover them with kisses A day later we may explode and yell at them in frustration So, basically, some of what we ve learned growing up is true, but just as with all the other experiences we ve had through childhood, other things are not Often as youngsters we can t tell the difference, and what we take to be real such as believing we are inferior because we are bullied or rejected, or thinking we are responsible for our parents divorce are really just misperceptions Nevertheless, these experiences can have effects that come up automatically throughout the rest of our lives, outside our conscious control.Every experience we ve had in our lives has become a building block in our inner world, governing our reactions to everything and every person we encounter When we learn something, the experience is physically stored within networks of brain cells called neurons These networks actually form our unconscious mind, determining how our brain interprets the world around us and governing how we feel from moment to moment These memories include experiences that took place years ago, and our conscious mind is often unaware that they have any impact on us at all But since the memories are physically stored in the brain, they can pop up outside our control in response to Roses are red, just as they color our view of every new situation we encounter They can cause us to feel unattractive when we re not Depressed when everyone else around us is happy And they can leave us feeling heartsick if someone leaves us even if we know consciously that the person is terrible for us and continuing the relationship would be a big mistake Basically, many of the feelings and actions that undermine our happiness are symptoms that stem from this memory system that forms the unconscious.Let s take the first case from page 1 Why would a beautiful, intelligent woman keep picking the wrong men, and then when they try to break up with her, throw herself on the floor clutching their legs, begging them not to leave Justine has no problems getting boyfriends Her problem is keeping them Now 25 years old, she generally picks men with an edge who are emotionally unavailable Then every time she gets into a relationship, she begins acting clingy and her boyfriend eventually breaks up with her When this happens, she begins to cry hysterically, falling to her knees and putting her arms around the man s legs, pleading with him not to leave her In therapy, the cause of this was tracked back to something that happened on a Sunday evening when she was 6 years old Justine was living with her parents in a two story house On that night there was a severe thunderstorm, causing her to become very frightened Upstairs in her bedroom, she began crying and yelling for her mommy and daddy to come to her However, they were in the kitchen on the first floor The storm drowned out her screams, and they didn t hear her They never came to her rescue and she eventually cried herself to sleep.How could something as common as this be responsible for her problems All of us have experienced loud storms sometime in childhood, but only some of us will remain negatively affected by it We ll go into the detailed reasons for this in later chapters For now, it s sufficient to know that when negative reactions and behaviors in the present can be tracked directly back to an earlier memory, we define those memories as unprocessed meaning that they are stored in the brain in a way that still holds the emotions, physical sensations and beliefs that were experienced earlier in life That stormy night Justine was intensely frightened as a child, and had the belief that she was in danger Her parents didn t come when she cried for them, which also gave her the feeling that she would be abandoned if she really needed them This memory, stored in her brain with the intense fear she experienced at 6 years old, is stimulated whenever a boyfriend breaks up with her At this point, she no longer functions as a mature and successful 25 yearold, but instead as a frightened little girl left alone in the dark We can see the connection, given that the storm and a breakup are both associated with aloneness and abandonment As such, she unconsciously experiences the breakup as being in danger.We experience these types of connections all the time It s generally the reason for all of the characteristics we love or hate in ourselves and the people around us It s simply part of the way the brain functions in order to make sense of the world But identifying the memory connections is just the first step in changing how we think, act or feel It s not just understanding where something comes from, but also knowing what to do about it that s important In the course of this book we will be exploring how to identify the memories that underlie personal and relationship problems what we can do to help manage them on our own and how to recognize when further professional help would be useful.We ll also explore the workings of the mind the intricate connections that form our consciousness through stories contributed by some of the than 70,000 clinicians worldwide who practice a form of therapy known as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing EMDR Millions of people have been helped by the therapy over the past 20 years, and many of them are giving detailed reports in this book in order to help demystify the change process As research has shown, major changes can take place within even one EMDR reprocessing session The clients reports allow us a window into the brain, since the connections they made answer so many questions about why we react to the world in different ways.EMDR therapy targets the unprocessed memories that contain the negative emotions, sensations and beliefs By activating the brain s information processing system which will be explained in Chapter 2 , the old memories can then be digested Meaning what is useful is learned, what s useless is discarded, and the memory is now stored in a way that is no longer damaging For instance, Justine s clinician focused on the thunderstorm along with the feeling she had of being alone and in danger Once the memory of the thunderstorm was processed, the childhood sensations of terror disappeared and were replaced by the feeling of safety, and the belief that as an adult she could take care of herself Along with that, the boyfriend problem resolved as her new sense of self resulted in her making different romantic choices Of course there would be memories that might have to be dealt with if Justine s parents had been generally abusive or neglectful But regardless of the number of memories involved, basically we are entering into the person s unconscious mind with this form of therapy, in a way that can allow insights, connections and change to occur rapidly within the reprocessing sessions.WHAT IS THE UNCONSCIOUS MIND When most people think of the unconscious, they think of psychoanalysis and movies that involve a Freudian view of psychic conflicts, and symbolic dreams and gestures From the psychoanalytic perspective it generally takes years of talk therapy and working through to gain insight and mastery over forces that are hidden from view This form of therapy can have great value But Freud published first in 1900, and many things have changed since then In the past century there have been new advances in neurobiological technologies that have expanded our understanding of what these forces actually are The examination of the unconscious we are dealing with in this book is one that is based on the workings of the brain itself Through an understanding of how experiences lay the physical groundwork for our emotional and physical reactions, we can determine how our stuck points and knee jerk mental responses came about and what to do about them.For instance, let s take the second case Ben is a successful businessman Why is he hit with anxiety whenever he has to make a presentation Here s how he described it As long as I can remember, I ve had anxiety about doing any performance in front of a group of people My palms sweat, my voice becomes unpredictable, my heart beats fast and I have thoughts like, I m an idiot I can t do this Everyone will hate me It sometimes felt as though my life was at risk Sounds ridiculous, but it was so true As I went through school, there were many times in the normal course of events when I had to make public presentations In my professional career the same thing happened I always made it through these events, but not happily In fact, I suffered before and after every event, and tediously went over every detail with my loved ones, which, as you might imagine, did not delight them No matter what I tried, nothing seemed to fix this problem I tried many types of therapy Sometimes it seemed a little better, but it always came roaring back.Ben entered into EMDR therapy and used a variety of procedures that we ll learn in this book to identify the source of his problem and change his reactions Here s what he discovered It turns out the cause was something that happened to me when I was no than 3 1 2 years old I was walking with my grandfather on his farm in western North Carolina My memory here is as if I was looking up, like a very small child I don t remember chattering away to my grandfather, but if family stories can be trusted, I probably was We met a strange man on the road He was old, bent, angry looking, with very hairy nostrils He said to my grandfather in his mountain drawl, Well, howdy, if I had a youngun talked as much as that un, I d drown him in the creek I slipped behind my grandfather s denim covered leg, peered up the man s nostrils and shut up I knew that unwanted kittens were in fact drowned in the creek It did not seem safe to chatter in front of strangers.Real People, real life stories, and real emotional healing of past hurts and traumas In this book, Dr Shapiro offers a collection of self help techniques facilitating emotional healing based on EMDR therapy, used by thousands of clinicians and proven successful Her true stories depict how stressful, painful or traumatic experiences influence our lives and block our potential and how they can be changed and even resolved An eye opener to the layperson Ruth Colvin Recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom Co Founder of ProLiteracyDr Francine Shapiro presents a panoply of practical and powerful methods for processing unresolved memories and thus overcoming the anxieties that hold us back A treasure trove of research supported and EMDR inspired techniques for achieving self change and moving forward in life Read it, try it, and reap the rewards John C Norcross, PhD, ABPP Distinguished University Fellow, University of Scranton Editor, Journal of Clinical Psychology In SessionDr Shapiro is a pioneer in the field of helping people overcome trauma and negative past experiences Getting Past Your Past is a powerful book that will help people understand their own behavior and importantly give them a set of tools to immediately help them be happier and effective I highly recommend it Daniel G Amen, MD Author of Change Your Brain, Change Your LifeFrancine Shapiro has given a life transforming gift to the world by her rigorous development of a science validated approach to soothing the suffering of our small and large life traumas Through case examples and clearly articulated instructions within Getting Past Your Past our skillful guide takes us through the powerful and practical steps, derived from the treatment of literally millions of people, that can transform trauma into triumph Explore this book with someone you lovebeginning with yourself Daniel J Siegel, MD Clinical professor of psychiatry at UCLA School of Medicine Author of The Developing Mind and MindsightIn Getting Past Your Past, Dr Francine Shapiro, the developer of EMDR and one of the leading clinical innovators in psychotherapy, translates her groundbreaking method into practical suggestions for those who have been stuck in past events from which they have been unable to free themselves Eminently readable, Dr Shapiro has written a volume that is a wonderful resource for those in psychotherapy, as well as those seeking to help themselves This is a valuable companion for anyone who seeks an understanding of how the past can be carried in our memory networks influencing how we perceive the world, as well as offering practical strategies for growth Jeffrey J Magnavita, Ph.D., ABPP Past President of the Division of Psychotherapy of the American Psychological Association Founder of the Unified Psychotherapy ProjectFrancine Shapiro s discovery of EMDR is one of the most important breakthroughs in the history of psychotherapy Having used it as part of my practice for the past 15 years, I, and many of my patients, still marvel at the depth and speed with which it can help heal and change the minds and brains, and even bodily symptoms of people who have been locked in, and suffering from trauma, often for decades Getting Past Your Past is a wonderful place to begin to understand how such mental healing can occur, filled with case histories of people that are so transformed that these accounts may seem exaggerated They are not This book has all the sobriety of a master clinician who has worked in the field of trauma for decades, and is clear, serious, helpful, as it shares with the reader a method of healing trauma that has already helped millions Norman Doidge, MD Author of The Brain That Changes ItselfIn Getting Past Your Past, Francine Shapiro takes her innovative therapy, EMDR, to people everywhere, making the insights and strategies of EMDR treatment available to a broad audience The transformation of EMDR treatment strategies into self help techniques is yet another step in Shapiro s journey to make healing from trauma available to all This book will be a valuable resource for therapists and clients alike, as well as for the many individuals who struggle with the effects of painful life experiences but who do not seek formal treatment Laura S Brown, Ph.D ABPP Past President, APA Division of Trauma Psychology Director, Fremont Community Therapy ProjectI am forever indebted to Francine Shapiro and EMDR therapy, which helped me to heal from a terrifying panic disorder People in pain will now be able to read this groundbreaking book and understand how disturbing memories can be reprocessed Our lives can become joyful instead of fearful We can live in the present instead of the past Priscilla Warner, author of Learning to Breathe and coauthor of The Faith Club Getting Past Your Past provides readers with powerful new insights to understand how traumas and disturbances of all kinds disrupt human potential, and how they can deal with their own distress Through well chosen case studies the reader shares the profound experiences of a wide range of individuals and learns the EMDR treatment strategies that have enabled clients to strip visceral feelings from memories as a turning point on their path to self regulation and personal safety Stephen W Porges, PhD Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Brain Body Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago Author of The Polyvagal Theory Neurophysiological foundations of emotions, attachment, communication, and self regulationI am grateful to Francine Shapiro for having written Getting Past your Past, a lucid and practical book for transforming people s lives and helping them to savor living in the moment EMDR is a powerfully effective treatment for overcoming the traumatic imprints of the past Bessel van der Kolk MD Medical Director Trauma Center, Justice Resource Institute Director, National Complex Trauma Treatment Network Professor of Psychiatry Boston University School of MedicineIt appears that Dr Francine Shapiro has discovered a profound linkage between the mind and body so that each might be healed These stories of the rebalancing and revivifying of our dynamic nature reminds us that there are successful approaches to healing that are presently offering remarkable cures Stephen and Ondrea Levine, authors of Who Dies An Investigation of Conscious Living and Conscious DyingAre you painfully enslaved by emotional roadblocks and or poor relationship choices Unprocessed memories could be the problemand EMDR could be the answer EMDR is a powerful, scientifically validated process that has helped millions of people reclaim their freedom In Getting Past Your Past, Francine Shapiro makes her practical methods available to the public for the first time This is self help at its finest Jeffrey K Zeig, PhD Director, The Milton Erickson Foundation Director, Evolution of Psychotherapy ConferenceThis self help book is a cause for tremendous optimism With EMDR the world finally has a therapy against the damaging effects of trauma, one that is scientifically proven to be effective and quick, low cost, and widely applicable in a range of settings and cultural milieus The future of the human potential and the world looks so much brighter for Francine Shapiro s discovery of EMDR Rolf C Carriere, former UN 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    • Getting Past Your Past: Take Control of Your Life with Self-Help Techniques from EMDR Therapy
    • 2.1
    • 95
    • Format Kindle
    • 354 pages
    • Francine Shapiro
    • Anglais
    • 22 October 2016

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