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  • Tags: Law Enforcement

Crime victims, police officers, fire fighters, and field workers who are no longer disturbed by the aftereffects of violent assaults and/or the stressful nature of their work.

Participants will be able to describe: 1) an EMDR protocol that can be used with police officers; 2) the elements of the research design; and 3) the effective use of EMDR with specific stressors in law enforcement.

Pseudoscience and questionable science are largely neglected problems in police and other law enforcement work. In this primer, the authors delineate the key differences between science and pseudoscience, presenting 10 probabilistic indicators or…

EMDR has been shown to be effective for treating posttraumatic stress disorder, but its efficacy as a stress management tool for normal individuals in highly stressful occupations has not been demonstrated. Sixty-two police officers were randomly…

This doctoral project and brochure is meant to provide an understanding of the effects of trauma on law enforcement officers in order to provide insight and treatment strategies for this population. Effects of culture and diversity within the law…

The occupational demands of law enforcement officers (LEOs) subject them to the possibility of extreme risk on a daily basis. LEOs have a great potential for exposure to traumatic events in their type of work, and research supports that these…
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