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The sexual consequences of dysfunctional memory networks may be difficult to treat using the standard EMDR Protocol. Where indicated, the Blind 2 Therapist Protocol offers the client the option for full resolution with minimal disclosure- hugely…

The phenomenon of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is a violation of women’s human rights and involves fundamental domination over and discrimination against women. This presentation will focus upon the issue of GBV within the context of trauma capacity…

Le protocole “opaque pour le thérapeute” (blind-to-therapist) (Blore & Holmshaw, 2009a, 2009b) a été conçu pour contourner les réticences du patient à décrire le contenu de ses souvenirs traumatiques au cours de la désensibilisation et du…

The Blind to Therapist (B2T) EMDR protocol is now well-established (e.g. Blore & Holmshaw 2009, Blore et al 2013). It allows clinicians to conduct EMDR without knowing any of the visual or cognitive details of distressing memories and as such…

The blind to therapist (B2T) protocol (Blore & Holmshaw, 2009a, 2009b) was devised to circumvent client unwillingness to describe traumatic memory content during eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). It has been used with at least…

The Blind to Therapist (B2T) Protocol (Blore & Holmshaw 2006, 2009), is aimed at helping provide EMDR in special circumstances – particularly where the client is unwilling to describe a target image either because the client fears that the…
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