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PTSD and CPTSD often involve feeling-states of shame and associated self-loathing. Traditional exposure-based protocols, which are effective for fear-based PTSD, are sometimes limited in effectiveness when working with clients with high levels of…

Compassion is related to a care-giving motivation towards oneself and others. It is supported by social safety and forms the basis of emotional resilience and moral courage. This will paper will discuss the value of compassion within EMDR practice,…

Compassion-focused therapy was developed to enhance physiological systems related to well-being, safeness, and connectedness in people where shame and self-criticism inhibited progress in therapy (Gilbert, 2000; Gilbert & Irons, 2005). This…
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