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The purpose of this White Paper is to encourage the further development of EMDR Early Intervention (EMDR EI), to describe its uses and advantages, to identify questions and topics for priority research, and to identify strategies to expand its use in…

The Very First Responders, the telecommunicators, experience some unique stressors and traumatic impacts. This presentation suggests ways to effectively reach and collaborate clinically with them, and with their leaders. Preliminary recommendations…

A depiction of the presenter’s agency which provided comprehensive EMDR-based services to over 1000 airport employees in the wake of the 2016 airport bombing in Istanbul. This agency is a model of an established and sustainable EMDR EI service…

The availability of trauma-informed practitioners (both mental health clinicians and medical/health workers without mental health specialism) varies significantly from country to country. Projects to build local capacity using EMDR-based EI and…

Early Trauma Intervention is one of the most important topics especially when there is a large number of people affected by disasters. Turkey shares about 1200 km of border with Syria, Iran and Iraq. During the war in Middle East, especially in…

Although the study of early intervention has accelerated greatly in the last decade, and this acceleration has increased following September 11, 2001, the early intervention evidence base remains very limited. Early intervention is defined here as…

PTSD can be reduced or prevented if treated during the first month after a trauma when a person displays Acute Stress Disorder (ASD). Although usually used later, EMDR has also been used effectively in the immediate period following trauma. Victims…

The accessibility of EMDR therapy in emergency and disaster situations is often limited by the shortage of trained clinicians immediately available when relatively large numbers of trauma victims are involved. Inspired by Rolf Carriere's call for…

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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a method of psychotherapy that has been extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of trauma. It is a set of standardized protocols incorporating elements from many different…

Presenter: Filiz KayaThe present study is carried out within a psychological counseling project which is governed by Istanbul metroplitan Municipality. The study was designed to assess the effects of Early EMDR Intervention (EEI) on the victims of a…

EMDR is a well-established therapy for the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). PTSD can be reduced or prevented if treated during the first month after a trauma when a person displays Acute Stress Disorder (ASD). Although usually used…

In recent years, parents, teachers, and other professionals have specifically requested help from Educational Psychologists in supporting children affected by trauma. Educational Psychologists are ideally placed to intervene quickly and effectively…

Considerable professional debate exists regarding the role of mental health professionals in the early intervention following disasters. Emotional first aid is a natural part of disaster response in western countries, while the active involvement of…

The U.K. armed forces are currently involved in a number of military operations throughout the world. Offering structured psychological interventions such as eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) in theater has a number of potential…

Some of the earliest applications of EMDR were with military veterans (Shapiro 1995, Shapiro & Forrest 1997). EMDR is now widely used to treat UK military personnel suffering from combat related PTSD. This presentation will consider extending the…
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