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This cursory presentation may help the clinician recognize domestic violence clients and inspire interest in further training, promoting safer integration of EMDR in the treatment of domestic violence. Definitions, statistics, and examples of…

Homicide perpetrators present a high prevalence of major mental disorders, particularly major depression associated with a substance diagnostic, and schizophreny (Cote & Hodgins, 1992). Recently, it has been suggested that the homicide behaviour…

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is gaining acceptance as efficacious treatment for PTSD for individuals but not for couples. This article reports three case studies of couples in which EMDR is combined with Gestalt therapy in a…

In this presentation, we explore the hope that EMDR can provide for male survivors who have been charged with domestic offences. The presenter’s hypothesis that these men require an approach tailored to their trauma histories. Many of the current…

Participant will: 1) become familiar with theoretical models of urge reduction that have proved effective; 2) learn how to use their skills in EMDR to implement these models; 3) learn other ways of employing EMDR with perpetrators; and 4) be able to…

Homicide perpetrators have been observed to report symptoms of PTSD directly related to involvement in the offense itself. A single-case study is presented, which describes the application of eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing for a male…

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) resulting from perpetration, is highly prevalent in forensic populations and has been associated with future risk of anger, aggressive behavior, and criminal recidivism. Since forensic psychiatry aims at reducing…

Als GZ-psycholoog bij de Waag behandel ik daders van seksueel grensoverschrijdend gedrag. De doelgroep bestaat uit patiënten met veelal persoonlijkheidsproblematiek uit het B- en C-cluster, met moeilijk te bewerken opvattingen en schadelijk gedrag…

Participants will: 1) understand the subtleties and complexities of abusive relationships; 2) be able to assess children for subtle signs of abuse and coercion, including brainwashing; 3) be taken through a case of successful treatment of a…

A literature review of current treatment models for child molesters and contemporary theories of etiology suggests a gap between theory and practice. Despite emerging recognition of the importance of addressing etiological issues in sexual offender…

Child sex abuse is probably the most taboo subject in Britain despite the increased reporting and publicity given to it. And those who are involved with treating child sex offenders are inevitably faced with a difficult task, but there are rewards,…

L’obiettivo di questa presentazione è di aiutare il terapeuta a riconoscere la vasta influenza che la violenza domestica ha sui nostri pazienti, sebbene non esista la diagnosi di “violenza domestica”. Successivamente, un secondo obiettivo è quello di…

This paper is based upon a qualitative study which investigated the experiences of survivors of sexual abuse perpetrated by Roman Catholic Priests. The premise of the research was based upon a perceived assumption that such a distinct form of sexual…

In using EMDR with early childhood abuse suwivors, I often find more resistance and denial than with clients who experienced later abuse. Also, the weakened egoof the patient allows for slower progress through intensely affect-laden work.
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