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Torture is used to create fear, destroy individuals and communities, and to suppress unwanted political or religious views. The survivor of torture often endures significant physical and psychological trauma. The basis for treating this trauma varies…

This preliminary study sought to evaluate the potential effectiveness of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) as a treatment modality for generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Using a singlecase design with multiple baselines across…

Generalized anxiety disorder is characterized by excessive and difficult to control worry which is accompanied by symptoms of anxiety. This presentation will show how to use EMDR to treat this anxious disorder. Following a review of GAD and its…

Behavioral and cognitive psychotherapies are the most widely studied psychological interventions for anxiety disorders. In the present article, the results of ten years of meta-analytic studies on psychotherapies for the various anxiety disorders are…

Cette étude préliminaire a tenté d’évaluer l’effi cacité potentielle de l’EMDR ( Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing: désensibilisation et retraitement par les mouvements oculaires) en tant que modalité de traitement du trouble anxieux…

This doctoral dissertation in clinical psychology sought to investigate the potential efficacy of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) in treating generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). It consists of two articles. The first article,…

Aims. The current study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) in reducing pathological worry in patients with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Method.Three women with GAD were selected using…

This article reports preliminary evidence for the effectiveness of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing psychotherapy (EMDR) therapy, applying bilateral alternating tactile stimulation in treating cognitive symptoms in patients with…

Anxiety is generally defined as a response of the human body to danger or threat. It usually occurs when, on the one hand, a person does not expect that in the future everything will be alright, and on the other hand, does not feel ready for such a…

IntroductionAlthough biological factors may predispose some people to anxiety, the main ‘culprit’ is generally some early life experience or experiences that triggered a problem and remained ‘trapped’ in a person's nervous system. ObjectiveThe aim of…
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