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This article is an excerpt from the book Integrating EMDR Into Your Practice (Royle & Kerr, 2010), which is a hands-on guide to facilitate the successful integration of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) training into…

A new therapy using a saccadic eye-movement desensitisation. EMD procedure has recently been introduced to treat posttraumatic stress disorder, a disorder that has been difficult to treat in the past. This paper reports the treatment of a woman with…

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This protocol was developed to help clients with childhood-onset complex PTSD who have difficulty moving from the Negative Cognition (NC) to the Positive Cognition (PC) and instead, experience persistent looping. This is most likely to occur with…

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At certain points in my clinical practice, after I began using EMDR consistently, I would have clients come in who could not describe a specific scene or image for us to use as the target, yet, they would usually have a clear negative cognition that…

The negative cognition-generating question! "What does that say about you? can be used at any point in the process, when the movement turns in a positive direction. For example, a male client was working On the beatings he received his older brother…

Before we proceed with EMDR processing, we select a Negative Cognition (NC and a more desirable Positive Cognition (PC) that we will install after we have desensitized the client’s presenting material. Clinical observations indicate that appropriate…
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