Consistent, robust clinical observations by a growing number of IADC® trained therapists across a broad variety of clients indicate that IADC® heals the deep sadness that is associated with death of a friend or loved one, and the results appear to hold up very well over time. Most people believe their experiential reconnection is real, but they do not have to believe in the authenticity of the experience to benefit from its profound healing effects.
The method uses EMDR, but in a quite different way from standard EMDR. The research that supports EMDR does not necessarily support the way it is used in these treatments.
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The International IADC Board
Dr. Allan Botkin, and The Center for Grief and Traumatic Loss, LLC, would like to introduce the members of The International IADC Board. In addition to Dr. Botkin, the members are as follows.
Juliane Grodhues, Dipl.-Psych. is an IADC therapist and certified IADC trainer. She is also the founder and director of the “Allan Botkin Institut Deutschland” in
Graham Maxey, MA, M.Div., LPC. is an IADC therapist and certified IADC trainer and Associate Director for the Center for Grief and Traumatic Loss, LLC. His practice is in Arlington Texas. He is also very involved in establishing IADC in Europe.
Mo Hannah, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at Siena College in New York and an IADC therapist. She also serves as the Director of IADC Research and has authored peer reviewed journal articles on IADC.
Cesar Valdez, MSW, is an IADC therapist, certified IADC trainer, and serves as the liaison between the EMDR and IADC communities. Cesar is in Ann Arbor Michigan.
Gary Beaver, MA, licensed psychologist, is an IADC therapist and certified IADC trainer in the Twin Cities area in Minnesota.
Contact information for each member is provided in the Trained Therapists section of this web site.