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Aim. To investigate the efficacy of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing for postoperative pain management in adolescents. Background. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is an inexpensive, non-pharmacological intervention that has…

Mobile technology is one of the fastest growing areas of disease management. This case describes the use of a mobile phone app to overcome pain and disability associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS). Case Study: Based on EMDR the app uses…

Physical pain has always been a significant challenge for both clinicians and therapists, whether arising from a disease/ injury or being a part of convalescence, and even more difficult when it has no physiological grounds. This study presents the…

If you suffer with pain, have you considered EMDR therapy? This book shows how it can alleviate pain related to somatic issues, medical procedures, surgeries, high-risk diagnoses and living with chronic illnesses. In these case studies you will find…

This workshop will illustrate aspects of combating pain utilising case studies, a demonstration on work with client engagement, and practical exercises. The focus will be on the different ways in which a client will engage with the therapy, and how…

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Introduction: Burn is an injury that can results in pain in patients. On the other hand, burn treatment measures also lead to pain and anxiety among these patients. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of eye movement with…

Nonpharmacologic therapies for phantom limb pain (PLP) that have demonstrated some success include motor imagery therapy (SOR C, extrapolated from a randomized controlled trial [RCT] that enrolled a heterogeneous patient sample); Farabloc® (SOR C,…

L’approche EMDR est caractérisée à la fois par une démarche thérapeutique rigoureuse et une grande créativité dans l’utilisation des outils cliniques. Lors de l’application du protocole en 8 étapes, il est souhaitable que nous…

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Pain is a frequent by-product of trauma, and having a range of EMDR skills for pain management is very helpful. By using the client’s own imagination, and their individual language, it is possible to encourage the client to take responsibility for…

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This paper describes the utilization of EMDR for physical pain and tension suffered by three tsunami survivors. Physical pain can be conceptualized as caused by trauma, a reaction to trauma, may be exacerbated by trauma or a cause of trauma. Even if…

L'Eye Movement Desensitizaton (EMD) fu descritto in un primo tempo da Shapiro (1989) come uno specifico metodo di cura dei ricordi traumatici; successivamente venne perfezionato e applicato anche nel trattamento di altri disturbi psichici (Shapiro,…

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The Pain Protocol workshop will focus on the practical application of the Pain Protocol (based on Grant and Threlfo 2002); in the context of evidence available regarding its effectiveness. The emphasis of the workshop will be on clinical work using…

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Long time pain in the low back and neck is often difficult to diagnose and treat. We have known for a long time that patients’ personality and motivation are crucial for progress in treatment. Patients treated by physiotherapists in southern…

The whiplash syndrome is a complex, poorly understood and controversial cluster of symptoms including spinal pain, cognitive dysfunction, neurologic symptoms and emotional complaints consistent with posttraumatic stress disorder. Perhaps its most…

The important elements of the EMDR and Phantom Pain Research Protocol are the following: (a) Client history taking and relationship building; (b) Targeting the trauma of the experience; and (c) Targeting the pain. This protocol is set up to follow…

Chronic physical or emotional pain is one of the most overwhelming problems we ever have to face. It often fails to respond to normally effective treatments such as medication and counselling. Time doesn't heal some wounds, and sufferers are faced…

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This workshop will give participants an introduction to using EMDR with people who have persistent pain. The EMDR protocol (Grant and Threlfo 2002) can be used to promote more successful management of pain, and can change pain sensations. Targets…

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Weil Emotionen direkt mit dem Körper in Verbindung stehen, treten bei starken emotionalen Belastungen regelmäßig körperliche Störungen auf, beispielsweise Magersucht, Bulimie, Allergien, Schmerzen, Tinnitus, Süchte und Kopfschmerzen. Mit…

An "information-processing" approach to the psychological management of pain, utilizing EMDR. Includes theory, assessment and clinical application of specialized protocols.

Objective: to illustrate the EMDR usefulness within the psycho-dynamical therapy. Foreword: a type of pain exists that’s nameless and inenarrable. During our psycho-dynamical practice as EMDR specialists, we met various defensive modalities adopted…

Headaches are the most common pain-related complaint and the seventh leading ailment seen in medical practice. Yearly, over 35% of the population is affected by tension-type headaches. Migraine headaches are a common condition with one-year…

Since September 2006, more than 725 service members from the global war on terrorism have survived combat-related traumatic amputations that often result in phantom limb pain (PLP) syndrome. Combat amputees are also at high risk of developing chronic…

Pain Control with EMDR is an 'information-processing' based approach to the psychological management of pain, using Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR). The title of this manual 'Pain Control with EMDR' is meant to suggest that…

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an integrative psychotherapy approach that has been consistently evaluated as efficacious in the treatment of PTSD. The information processing model that guides its clinical application posits…

Since it inception as a treatment for trauma there have been various reports including conference presentations and case-studies of EMDR being effective in the treatment of various kinds of pain (Grant, 1999; Hekmat, Groth & Roger, 1994; McCann,…

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Explored the efficacy of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) without music vs eye movement desensitization with music (EMDM) in the management of acute pain induced by hand exposures to ice water. 30 Ss were randomly assigned to…

The focus of this 3-hour workshop will be on using EMDR to alleviate emotional distress attendant to coping with acute physical pain and living with chronic pain. Participants in this workshop will learn: (a) how to conduct a targeted assessment of…

There are two widely accepted assumptions about personality and psychopathology that influence the success of failure of our use of EMDR with patients. While the following notions have been restated in different ways by various schools of…

This article reviews the literature on EMDR treatment of somatic complaints and describes the application of Shapiro's Adaptive Information Processing (AIP) model in the treatment of phantom limb pain. The case study explores the use of EMDR with a…
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