1. Participants can identify one advantageous aspect of the IFS concept of Self that is not explicitly included in EMDR’s Adaptive Information Processing (AIP) system.
2. Participants can explain the relationship between Functional Dual Attention and Self-Presence.
3. Participants can describe the concept of energy as it applies to Protective Parts and how this can be measured and processed within EMDR.
4. Participants can describe the concept of energy as it applies to qualities of Self and how these can be measured and installed as a resource within EMDR.
5. Participants can identify at least one way that IFS language can used in obtaining a NC, PC or VOC.
6. Participants can compile an IFS-Informed Assessment Phase target.
7. Participants can describe shifting targets from exile to protector, using IFS-Informed scales in Desensitization Phase.
8. Participants can describe & practice at least 3 IFS Interweaves in Desensitization Phase.
9. Participants can identify a third type of processing (beside resources and desensitization) with bilateral stimulation named after a stage of Coherence Therapy.
10. Participants can describe and practice obtaining precise negative cognitions in the Assessment Phase using Coherence Therapy concepts.
11. Participants can discuss their relationship with their parts-as-therapist based on the IFS model.