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EMDR is a controversial kind of therapy meant to help patients get over different kinds of trauma. It stands for “Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.” And while some doctors don't believe in it, others, and survivors of accidents,…

Post-traumatic stress disorder affects 7.8 million people at some point in their lives. Anyone who has suffered through an accident, war, natural disasters or sexual assault can develop post-traumatic stress. This week on “Take Care,” Dr.…

Yes, I view it as a means of peace and connectedness. I see EMDR therapy as a way of being able to bring people together and being able to eliminate those negative boundaries that keep people apart. That is a part of the reason we have the EMDR…

The preparation phase is working strongly within the experiential tradition because you’re making the person fully able to deal with the processing that needs to arise. And bringing in different self-control techniques also which come from the…

If you learn about the accomplishments of Francine Shapiro, you will quickly discover that she is a humanitarian who cares deeply about the well being of people. In addition to all of these great successes, she also offers various different…

Is there something from EMDR that could be generalized to helping people live more mentally healthy, even if they don’t have a PTSD concern? Recent research has shown that certain types of life experiences can cause more PTSD symptoms than major…

This article discusses a once-in-a-lifetime meeting of living legends in psychology and psychotherapy held on February 22-24, 2002. Included will be Drs. James F.T. Bugental, Albert Ellis, Alvin R. Mahler and Rachel Hare-Mustin. In addition to the…

Presents an interview with Dr. Francine Shapiro, the originator and central figure associated with Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). In this interview, Dr. Shapiro discusses the experiences that influenced and gave rise to her…

FS: ¡En realidad fue por casualidad! Cuando empecé a desarrollar EMDR y noté sus efectos quise probar si pudiera tener resultados positivos en una población clínica. Repasé los síntomas con los que había funcionado bien hasta ese momento.…

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a complex treatment approach that combines salient elements of the major therapeutic schools (e.g., cognitive, behavioral, psychodynamic, physiological, and interactional). Although the eye…

Insightful interviews with a Who’s Who of the world’s foremost therapists.  Therapy’s Best is a lively and entertaining collection of one-on-one interviews with some of the top therapists and counselors in the world. Educator and…

This interview originally appeared in the Fall/Winter, 2000 Edition of Trauma Response.

In this second installment of our interview Dr. Shapiro discusses the clinical issues in the use of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, the phenomenon of the EMDR movement, the mind/body relationship and her thoughts on the nature of EMDR.

Francine Shapiro, Ph.D., is the internationally recognized orginator and developer of the Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) method which is rapidly gaining attention for its direct and thorough ability to reprocess diverse types of…

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When I think of EMDR, I think of Francine Shapiro. This is because the beginning of EMDR is the extraordinary story of the multiple forces that came together and transformed the life of Francine Shapiro when she took a walk in the park one…
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