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El tratamiento del trauma y el TEPT complejo presentan una multitud de retos para el terapeuta EMDR infanto-juvenil. La activación de la arquitectura sináptica de estos niños/niñas que contiene material traumático arraigado recluta patrones de…

Independientemente de los modelos teóricos explicativos, en la experiencia de nuestros pacientes la disociación cumple una función protectora. Ésta, sin embargo, se vuelve desadaptativa cuando la exposición al peligro terminó. El reprocesamiento de…

The transmission of trauma from one generation to the next is an issue that motivates many clinicians to address trauma in their adult clients. Few approaches directly address the impact of childhood maltreatment on current parenting. This workshop…

The prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is high among Syrian refugee children. Depression is another pathology whose symptoms are often seen associated with vulnerability to PTSD and decreasing life satisfaction in refugee children.…

BackgroundTrauma is at the origin of scientific support for the use of EMDR1,2,3,4,5,6,,8. In the hierarchy of trauma and especially in complex trauma, we must deal with situations where their intensity, lack of resources and extension in time…

Background and AimsWHO estimates that globally one billion children are affected by physical, sexual and/or emotional violence and neglect [1]. Studies, esp. the Kaiser study have shown that direct or vicarious exposure to violence as in adverse…

This review systematically examined the literature on group protocols of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy for treating a range of mental health difficulties. After a database searches on PsychINFO, EMBASE, MEDLINE, Web of…

BackgroundTicks are a common clinical manifestation of discomfort in children and adolescents. Characterized by the need of involuntary movements or sounds it as a potential implication in the developed of the youngers, especially because it affects…

Background and aimsThere is currently a limited number of studies into the efficacy of EMDR with children and adolescents with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and similarly few rigorous literature reviews and meta-analyses. MethodsThe current…

Dunia konseling saat ini semakin berkembang. Perkembangan tersebut diimbangi dengan munculnya berbagai strategi baru, salah satunya ialah Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). EMDR merupakan terobosan inovatif dalam strategi konseling…

Purpose of Review Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is recognized as an excellent approach to the treatment of trauma in clinical and academic contexts by several national and international organizations. The purpose of…

Certain dysfunctional behaviors at early ages are normal phenomena in childhood and mild and moderate fears are part of normal development. Typically, at age 7-8 months children first become anxious when separated from their mothers or when facing…

Self-help treatments are an important intervention tool, with high accessibility and ease of application. To our knowledge, no research has previously been conducted on any self-help intervention derived from eye movement desensitization and…

This review systematically synthesised existing literature on group protocols of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy for treating a range of mental health difficulties in adults and children. We conducted database searches on…

The main purpose of this systematic review was to compare the effectiveness of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) in children and adolescents who experienced trauma. Empirical studies suggest…

Child abuse is increasingly known to be a risk factor for health in children across any nationality worldwide. Studies in this area have shown that child abuse, as a traumatic event, can lead to symptoms of PTSD, mind‐wandering and also suicidal…

EMDR はPTSD の治療として現在では世界 的に広く認められている手法である。しかし, 臨床の現場でEMDR を使っていると,EMDR が効果をもつのは,DSM におけるPTSD の診 断基準A にあるような「実際にまたは危うく死 ぬ,重傷を負う,性的暴力を受ける出来事への (中略)暴露」にかぎらないことを痛感する。 神田橋が「PTSD とは,ある心理的な外傷体験 の記憶,その記憶の再生に関連して起こってく る,不安状態が,現在「here and now(ヒヤ…

虐待を受けた子どもへの効果的な治療方法は 探索段階にある(村松,2013)。EMDR,眼球 運動の脱感作と再処理(Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, 以下EMDR と略記)は,治療効果を証明されたトラウマ回 復処理技法の心理療法の一つである。本研究で は,情緒障害児短期治療施設の被虐待児童を対 象とし,EMDR を含めた動物介在療法(ドッ グプログラム:以下DOG-P と略記)を行い, 愛着形成という側面から臨床的に検討した。What…

Objectives: The purpose of this study is to explore whether eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR) is an effective therapy and to investigate whether EMDR affects anxiety levels for children and adolescents. Methods: We conducted this…

Treating Post-traumatic stress disorder: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing versus Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Background: The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing…

Limited research exists on mental health professionals combining EMDR and play therapy. This generic qualitative research study explored the experiences of 10 mental health professionals who described their experience using a combination of EMDR and…

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) was developed by Shapiro (1989). EMDR is an integrative evidence-based therapy, that for over twenty years, has been used to treat disorders relating to traumatic stress and distressing life…

Background: Paediatric illness, injury and medical procedures are potentially traumatic experiences with a range of possible negative psychosocial consequences. To prevent psychosocial impairment and improve medical adherence, evidence-based…

Cross-culturally effective, low-threshold therapies for refugees that can be carried out quickly are urgently required. Worldwide, therapies are lacking, particularly for preschool refugee children, which support coping and prevent chronification of…

The Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Group Protocol with Children (EMDR-GP/C) was first developed by Korkmazlar following the Marmara earthquake in Turkey in 1999 and can be adapted for different populations. This study focused on…

When used within a group set-up, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), is a key intervention to enhance psychological healing and resilience. Used with children, adolescents and adults, in its original and adapted formats, EMDR has…

The multidisciplinary team experience daily exposure to cases of child abused, which is likelihood to develop vicarious trauma and do not seek for therapy.Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of eye movement…

Trauma with children creates individual and family wounds. EMDR with children will therefore be about integrating the treatment of the child’s wound within the context of the family wounded relationships. It will require adaptation of the generic…

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A specific phobia is any kind of anxiety disorder that amounts to an unreasonable or irrational fear related to exposure to specific objects or situations. As a result, the affected person tends to avoid contact with the objects or situations and, in…

Flash Technique (FT) is a new protocol for use in the preparation phase of EMDR to quickly reduce the emotional intensity of stressful memories before full processing with EMDR. This presentation is about the use of FT in groups with parents whose…

This presentation will focus on practical and creative strategies for working with children with severe dysregulation or constriction of the affective system. These include children exhibiting insecure patterns of attachment, developmental and…

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There is currently a limited number of studies into the efficacy of eye movement desensitization reprocessing (EMDR) therapy with children and adolescents with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The current study utilizes a systematic narrative…

Trauma has been documented for hundreds of years. Anyone can experience symptoms of trauma. Wamser-Nanney and Vandenberg (2013), discuss different types of trauma including, physical, sexual, domestic, medical, natural disaster, and terrorism…

A high proportion of patients in child and adolescent psychiatry with significant dissociative symptomatology after early childhood traumatization may go undiagnosed, be wrongly diagnosed and/or inappropriately treated. The diagnostics and treatment…

Background: ImRs and EMDR, two promising techniques in treatment for childhood trauma-based PTSD, were compared in a randomized controlled study (Boterhoven de Haan et al., 2017), the IREM. For ImRs; the predominant explanation is that it works by…

Background:Despite availability of effective trauma focused psychotherapies, treatment non-response in youth with (partial) posttraumatic stress disorder remains substantial. Studies in adult PTSD have suggested that cortisol is associated with…

A possibilidade de atribuir o controle dos processos psicoterapêuticos às crianças e adolescentes permite, quando supervisionado, criar condições para a resolução de eventos traumáticos ou fragilidades no vínculo, de forma mais natural e estruturada.…

Uvod: U prikazu slučaja opisana je primjena terapije desensitizacije i reprocesiranja uz pomoć pokreta očiju - EMDR-a (eng. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reproccesing – EMDR), u tretmanu rane traume kod adolescentice kojoj je dijagnosticirana…

Given the significant growth in the migration flow of refugees who are fleeing from persecution, terrorism, and war-torn countries to Europe, there is an urgent need for effective interventions for the treatment of this highly traumatized population.…

Dr. Ricky Greenwald, a pioneer in developing EMDR therapy for children and teens, describes EMDR as “a non-drug, non-hypnosis psychotherapy procedure. The therapist guides the client in concentrating on a troubling memory or emotion while moving the…

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With interest we read the article by Lewey and colleagues describing the results of a meta-analysis, entitled “Comparing the Effectiveness of EMDR and TF-CBT for Children and Adolescents: A Meta-Analysis” (Lewey et al. 2018). In this article, the…

Children are innately drawn to play. Fred Rogers, 1968-2001 PBS television host of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” was a vocal advocate of play: “Play allows us a safe distance as we work on what’s close to our hearts” (Rogers, 1994, p. 59). Children…

When a traumatic event occurs, parents can serve as partners in the reprocessing and integration of trauma content. Self-regulation develops as an outgrowth of co-regulation as attuned caregivers raise children. Practitioners of both play therapy and…

Making safe therapeutic space for the activation and the adaptive processing of traumatic memories has long been a central theme in play therapy literature. [Excerpt]

This qualitative case study explores using eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy informed by attachment and neuroscience research about the importance of safety (trust) and relationship (attunement). This was chosen to enable a…
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