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The phenomenon of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is a violation of women’s human rights and involves fundamental domination over and discrimination against women. This presentation will focus upon the issue of GBV within the context of trauma capacity…

Suicide and suicidal behavior are major public health concerns and affect 3-9% of the population worldwide. Despite growing evidence, there are still few effective interventions available to reduce suicide risk. In this article, we describe…

Various studies suggest that visual mental representations or imagery play an important role in the development and maintenance of psychopathology. Generally, the higher the vividness of the imagery, the more credible or truthful it is perceived.…

Dieser Artikel stellt die „Flashforward-Technik“ vor, eine spezielle Anwendung von Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Sie wird zur Behandlung irrationaler Angst eingesetzt; beispielsweise wenn eine andauernde Angst auch nach…

U kent ze ongetwijfeld ook: jongeren die veel gamen. Proberen met ze in gesprek te raken over de emoties, beweegredenen en de effecten ervan, kan snel leiden tot fricties in de werkrelatie. De jongere vindt dat hij een zeurende ouder tegenover zich…

In het boek ‘EMDR Scripted protocols’ van Luber (2010) staan enkele protocollen van Jim Knipe, onder de titel ‘Het behandelen van patiënten met disfunctionele positieve affecten’. Knipe heeft deze protocollen ook in Nederland geïntroduceerd…

Over the recent years we have learned a great deal about how EMDR therapy should be applied to get the best results in resolving disturbing memories and other mental representations that are critical in the development and maintenance of clients’…

It is estimated that more than 40% of the general population suffers from one or more fears of a specific object or situation at some times in their lives. Since EMDR is capable of resolving disturbing memories of events that are critical in the…

The “Flashforward” procedure (Logie & De Jongh, in press) will be introduced as a treatment for ‘worst case scenario’ irrational fears, for example, when a persisting fear continues after the core memories of past events have been fully…

This article introduces the “Flashforward procedure,” which is a specific application of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). It is used for the treatment of irrational fears, for example, when a persisting fear continues after…

The “Flashforwards” procedure will explained as a sub category of the existing concept of the “Future Template”. Situations in which the use of Flashforwards might be appropriate will be explained. The use of Flashforwards for various…

Several studies have found that making eye movements while retrieving visual images about past negative events reduces their vividness and emotional intensity. A working memory account states that eye movements tax working memory and interfere with…

An appointment at the dentist’s is not what most people look forward to. For some people, however, even the mere thought of having to undergo dental treatment causes them to feel extreme fear and panic. Between 5 and 15% of the world population…

Earlier studies have shown that eye movements during retrieval of disturbing images about past events reduce their vividness and emotionality, which may be due to both tasks competing for working memory resources. This study examined whether eye…
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