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  • Tags: Adjunctive Therapy

Background: Treatment of recurrent depressive disorders is currently only moderately successful. Increasing evidence suggests a significant relationship between adverse childhood experiences and recurrent depressive disorders, suggesting that…

Non-EMDR-trained clinicians sometimes ask if “a little EMDR” might help some of their clients. When painful feelings about a single incident continue to intrude or interfere with otherwise productive psychotherapy, a short trial of EMDR may indeed…

This session reviews results of a pilot project at a community health agency where EMDR was successfully used as an adjunctive therapy. The Adaptive Information Processing model of EMDR and its relatedness to these results are discussed. Subjects…

This clinical practice article describes how to provide eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) as an adjunctive treatment. It outlines the process used in developing an EMDR adjunctive therapy program in a nonprofit community agency…

A pilot study was conducted to assess the effectiveness of brief adjunctive EMDR treatment, in the naturalistic setting of an outpatient clinical office. All clients referred for adjunctive EMDR were considered for this study. A total of 14…

Question: How can I provide brief adjunctive EMDR as a consultation service to other therapists’ clients? ANSWER FROM SUZANNE S. BORSTEIN: Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) has been demonstrated to be an effective treatment for…

For the past several years, in addition to my work as an EMDR trainer and private practitioner, I have provided consultation to many EMDR clinicians. During these consultations, one of the most frequently asked questions has been how to handle…
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