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The method used is EMDR Therapy - eye movement desensitization re-processing - to get rid of triggers that may promote PTSD. [Excerpt]

Whether it is bearing witness to the death of a child or of a fellow police officer — or some other heinous tragedy — cops frequently are exposed to incidents and images that haunt them for a long time to come. Having experienced either a one-time…

This workshop will provide opportunity for Canadian EMDR clinicians working with military, veterans & paramilitary to gather together. We will discover our common problems, share solutions, and develop ways to remain connected & be resources…

In addition to small group sessions, Operation Restore uses a powerful therapy called EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) that uses rapid eye movements to process emotional trauma that won't heal. EMDR is also used to treat soldiers…

I trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), a specialised treatment for trauma, and began practising in 1998. I work with police officers, ex-military personnel and civilians who have been traumatised in the Troubles.

The effects of “lethal contact” (i.e., close range firefights) in both the military and law enforcement populations can render long-standing psychological impairment. In this study we evaluated the effectiveness and physiological effects of EMDR in…

The purpose of this study was to observe the changes that occurred with five clients diagnosed with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder through an entire course of treatment that included the use of EMDR. Special interest was given to two points of…

Traumatic events can occur and adversely affect people during their lifetime. Natural disasters such as the earthquake in Pakistan in 2005 or the Tsunami in Asia in 2004, terrorist atrocities around the world, or personal events such as physical or…

In the past 18 years as a Marriage & Family Therapist, I have obtained continuing education in a variety of therapeutic modalities. I have used them all. Never before have Iseen such significant, efficient and lasting change in people than Ihave…

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) has been shown to be an effective treatment for PTSD. In this study, the authors evaluated the effectiveness and physiological effects of EMDR in police officers involved with on-duty shootings and…

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.

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.
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