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Golfer Steve Kittleson had practiced and practiced, but was still having problems when the golf pro at Ridgeway Country Club suggested he see an EMDR facilitator.

PTSD experts have recently pointed out that while traumatic events have been the core of cultural tales for centuries, it is highly unlikely today that any individual will avoid the direct experience of a traumatic event during a lifetime. The…

The details of a non-sport-related traumatic injury to an intercollegiate football player are presented. A multi-modal approach for treating trauma symptoms in this case history consisted of cognitive therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and…

Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) is a complex psychological methodology integrating components of therapeutic approaches (psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, experiential, feminist) in combination with a variety of bilateral eye…

The CCCRC now has 12 members and is a network of Canadian researchers designed to foster cross-disciplinary research collaboration on a variety of issues that will advance the CCA’s Research Agenda. Each issue of the JCCA will feature a Consortial…

The proposed research seeks to illuminate the impact of post-traumatic anxiety on elite level competitive cycling performance. Although there is much outcome research supporting the effectiveness of EMDR in treating post- traumatic anxiety in…

The Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) procedure, developed by Francine Shapiro, PhD, was introduced as a new rapid treatment for anxiety and related traumata. In a controlled study (Shapiro, 1989), rape victims and Vietnam veterans…

This symposium presentation focuses on Eye Movement Reprocessing and Desensitization (EMDR) as an intervention to assist an athlete in recovering from the distressing effects of a critical incident and the adverse impact that such an event can have…

Initial responses of this presenter to EMDRIA years ago were not favorable. Now there is cautious optimism that the procedure is safe, valid, and effective. While multichannel EEG wave forms do not reveal a significant change in brain state before…

EMDR is a psychotherapy and sport psychology technique that allows fears and traumas to be resolved and belief systems reframed at both the conscious and unconscious levels. This presentation will introduce a framework for when and how to combine…

There is evidence for the efficacy of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) with athletes. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the value of a trauma and performance specialist trained in EMDR as an adjunct to a multi-disciplinary…

Initial research indicated extraordinary efficacy of EMDR interventions with various forms of trauma. As more and more research was undertaken, often by researchers removed from clinical EMDR experience, contradictions emerged and EMDR samples…

The Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) procedure, developed by Francine Shapiro, PhD, was introduced as a new rapid treatment for anxiety and related traumata. In a controlled study (Shapiro, 1989), rape victims and Vietnam veterans…

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is traditionally regarded as a treatment for trauma; however, recent literature suggested that EMDR is also a promising athletic performance enhancement intervention. Sport psychology literature…

This research study seeks to illuminate the impact of post-traumatic anxiety on elite level competitive cycling performance. Although there is much outcome research supporting the effectiveness of EMDR in treating post- traumatic anxiety in general,…

This case study chronicles the application and effects of a customized combination of therapies, including neurofeedback, Interactive Metronome® (IM), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) created to help a professional athlete…

Theory and research in the area of trauma and neurobiology have shown that the EMDR treatment approach is useful in the desensitization and reprocessing of distressful and/or traumatic memories. The purpose of this study was to evaluate if EMDR…

My intention is to present a model of intervention in sport psychology that I have defined with the acronym O.R.A., using techniques of Gestalt therapy, EMDR protocol adapted to peak performance and Hypnosis Eriksoniana. The O.R.A model was conceived…

43 athletes from many kind of sport like football, wushu, shooting, tae kwon do, gymnastics, athletics and billiards complained lack of confidence and anxious related bad experience in competitions they have been followed before. In general, though…
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