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Existing literature on co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and addictive disorders suggests improved outcomes when both diagnoses are treated concurrently. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) using the 8-phase protocol…

The Feeling-State Addiction Protocol (FSAP) has been shown to be an effective treatment for behavioral addictions and is being used by many EMDR clinicians for substance abuse treatment. The FSAP is informed by Feeling- State Theory (FST) that…

This workshop presents a guide to the Feeling State Addiction Protocol, focusing on when and how to use the protocol, with: detailed discussion of the steps involved; videotaped case illustrations; contributions from local therapists also using the…

Background: Compulsions and cravings for smoking have been the subject of behavioral treatment. EMDR [1] is an established, effective treatment of trauma-based disorders [2]. Its use in the treatment of addictions and compulsions is relatively new.…

The Feeling-State Addiction Protocol, developed by Robert Miller, Ph.D., is a cutting edge EMDR approach to substance and behavioral addictive and compulsive behavior. This modified EMDR protocol targets the desire for the positive feeling-state…

Substance and behavioral addictions such as gambling compulsions, sex addictions, and smoking have been notoriously resistant to treatment. The Feeling-State Theory (FST) of Addiction presents a new understanding of the etiology of addiction. FST…

This article proposes a new treatment for behavioral addictions, which are commonly treated with some form of cognitive behavioral therapy. The Feeling-State Addiction Protocol (FSAP), based on the feeling-state theory of behavioral and substance…

The Feeling-State Theory (FST) of Addiction presents a new understanding of the etiology of addiction. FST hypothesizes that addictions are caused by a fixation of a positive feeling event. Afterwards, whenever the person wants to feel that…

The Feeling-State Theory of Behavioral and Substance Addictions postulates that addiction (both behavioral and substance) are created when positive feelings become rigidly linked with specific objects or behavior. This linkage between feeling and…
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