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Participants will: 1) gain an understanding as to the formation and consolidation of emotions and memory; 2) understand the pathways of trauma in the brain and their respective psychological symptoms; 3) become more knowledgeable about the…

Participants will be able to: 1) learn the language of affect, feeling, emotion, mood, disorders of mood, and script; 2) identify the affect that has precitated someone into patient status; and help the patient identify and understand that affect;…

The difficulty of the management of overwhelming emotions aid dissociative reactions are challenging for any EMDR therapist dealing with complex traumas. As a complement to the strategies already used in EMDR, drawing gives form to The inner…

La presente investigación enmarcada en el campo de la ciencia cognitiva de la emoción, se llevó a cabo en la práctica clínica mediante estudios de caso longitudinales con dos pacientes diagnosticadas con depresión mayor. Ellas participaron en un…

La presente investigación se llevó a cabo con personas que fueron diagnosticadas con depresión mayor y que participaron en un proceso terapéutico EMDR (por sus siglas en inglés -Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing-). La recolección de datos…

Background and objectives: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an effective therapy in reducing the impact of emotional autobiographical memories, in particular trauma memories. Effects of EMDR have been reproduced under…

Memories that are recalled while working memory (WM) is taxed, e.g., by making eye movements (EM), become blurred during the recall + EM and later recall, without EM. This may help to explain the effects of Eye Movement and Desensitisation and…

The mechanism of psychotherapy is explained by the recent developments in neuroscience and neuroimaging. The purpose of this study is to understand the nature of psychotherapy and to discuss the future of psychotherapy improvement with the help of…

Jessica Phillips-Silver and colleagues recently introduced a new concept, neuroentrainment, to refer to the human tendency for synchronization in time and affect through coordinated rhythmic movements. Entrainment, from French entraîner, originally…

Introduction: Hyper-vigilance as well emotional hyper-reactivity to trauma-related cues are major facets of the emotional deficits frequently described as being part of the dysfunction causing aetiology and maintenance of post-traumatic stress…

L’EMDR (Shapiro,1989) pour Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing a démontré toute son efficacité dans la prise en charge des Etats de Stress Post Traumatiques. En Sciences de l’Education, aucune étude n’a jusqu’alors été développée dans…
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