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This study investigated the intervention effects of EMDR on the trauma and behavior symptom severity of ten children, ages 8 to 11, diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). ADD is a common childhood disorder with increasing prevalence rates…

In the late '80s, Weathers and his wife Mary, also a Spokane psychologist, discovered an odd, new form of psychotherapy in California, called Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Along with the usual talk and tears of traditional…

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A method of treating neurological disorders is provided using an EMDR device having at least two vibrating panels, where the method includes attaching a first vibrating panel to a first side of a patient's body, attaching a second vibrating panel to…

This workshop is directed at working with school age children (6-12) who are diagnosed as developmentally delayed, ADD-ADHD, or with Aspergers or Tourettes Disorders. Included will be case conceptualization, treatment-building, and skill building.

Participants will learn: 1) to understand themes common to adults with ADD; 2) to recognize these themes through case examples; 3) how to develop from these themes the "set up" for EMDR, including the development of negative and positive cognitions;…

You or your clients may be coping with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD, termed Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in the DSM IV). For reasons I will explain below, it is more likely if you use EMDR that you will encounter this condition

Understanding ADD (with and without hyperactivity) ADD throughout the life cycle: real stories The prevalence across the life cycle in males and females (why girls are rarely diagnosed) Checklists of ADD in children, teenagers and adults (those by…
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