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Introduction This document provides information concerning potential advantages of ART over other trauma-focused therapies, clinical considerations, safety, and information concerning informed consent for prospective ART clients being treated in…

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This chapter presents favorite activities for the preparation stage of the protocol that interweaves EMDR principles into art, play, and storytelling to build safety, develop affect tolerance, and engage children in their own healing. Therapists who…

This uncontrolled prospective cohort study evaluated the use of accelerated resolution therapy (ART) for treatment of comorbid symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and major depressive disorder. Twenty-eight adult subjects, mean age of…

Provides an outline of the differences between EMDR and ART.

Participants will learn to: 1) select patient who could benefit from this method; 2) treat school-aged children with diffuse worries; 3) use narrative therapy techniques to externalize "The Worries," and to desensitize targets with EMDR; and 4)…

This research examines how symbolic expression in the form of written autobiographical stories, dream images, and original art can heal the survivor of complex childhood trauma. Chronic neglect, witnessing and/or experiencing physical and sexual…

Participants will learn: 1) how to best integrate EMDR into their work with sexual abuse survivors; 2) how to use imagery techniques throughout EMDR treatment of sexual abuse survivors and in the beginning, middle, and end of individual ongoing EMDR…
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