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EMDR can be used to help process traumatic events linked to diabetes mellitus (DM) and to improve regimen adherence and quality of life. We present the EMDR and DM service for AGAD (Young Diabetics’ Association) at San Matteo hospital in…

Background and aimsAtopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic inflammatory pruritic disease characterized by erythematous, dry, egzematous lesions. Up to 70% of patients may experience stressful life events before onset of AD and close relationship between…

In eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), patients receive bilateral alternating stimulation while recalling trauma. The most common bilateral alternating stimulus is eye movement, but other bilateral alternating stimuli such as…

Safe/calm place is an imagery stabilization exercise, an important resource the child can use during trauma processing when emotions become too distressing. Safe place can be viewed as a form of controlled dissociation [1]. However, children in…

According to Perez and Johnson [1], Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is a public health problem that has a major impact on the physical and psychological health of women worldwide. Specialized interventions with this population could work to protect…

Military actions in the East of Ukraine have been continuing many years. Approximately 200,000 people reside within 5 kilometres of the 500-kilometre of the demarcation line and in the situation of protracted traumatic events due to ongoing military…

IntroductionEMDR therapy is successfully applied in treatment of posttraumatic stress disorders (Shapiro, 1989). Some recent researches provide promising results in pregnancy and post-partum anxiety treatment (Zolghar et al., 2019, Zimmerman, 2017,…

Background and aimsComplex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD) was introduced in the ICD-11 as a syndrome resulting from sustained, repeated, or multiple forms of traumat-ic exposure (e.g, sexual and/or physical abuse during childhood, severe…

Previous study suggested that bilateral stimulation may reduce attentional bias with high anxious group[1]. However, two methodical problems can be pointed. Dual task (memory and attention) may be too complicated for participants. Duration of the…

Background and aimsEye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a widely used treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. The idea behind EMDR is that lateral eye movements may mitigate the emotional impact of traumatic memories. Given…

BackgroundPsychological trauma is a silent epidemic which presents as a global public health issue, often in the form of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). EMDR Therapy is an empirically supported treatment intervention for PTSD and has been used…

Background For many clients, there are "internal-taboos" - issues they avoid rather than dealing with them [1]. Clients experience "phobic" responses when they approach these topics. They fear they will "fall-apart" [2][3]. Clients need security…

Background and aimsThe poster outlines the state of the research on EMDR therapy's efficacy for anxiety disorders. MethodsThe studies in the review were selected by searching the following databases: EBSCO Psychology and Behavioral Sciences…

Desensitization, processing and fast resolutions, which give the illusion of easy healing, are often defenses. I have observed patients with complex PTSD who have difficulties in awareness of internal states (e.g., avoidance clients) or dissociative…

In this work, the effectiveness of the EMDR technique, applied to mothers in the postnatal and antenatal phase and to minors in the 0-3 age group, was analyzed through the use of different tools such as DES-II for adults (EB Carlson & FW Putnam…

Background and aimsThe application of EMDR is currently expanding to the treatment of several psychological and psychiatric conditions1,2. Research into the underlying mechanisms of EMDR and comparison with other therapies is still in infancy,…

BackgroundSince its introduction in early 1990s, EMDR has become established as one of the leading evidence-based treatments for PTSD and other trauma-related conditions. The growing body of research explores its applicability and effectiveness…

Background and aims The psychoeducational phase in EMDR therapy is important because detailed information is provided to the patients concerning the possible causes of their functioning. This information can help patients understand the origin of…

Bilateral eye movement (EM) has been the modality of the first choice as bilateral stimulation for EMDR, which has been used for the stimulation of the eyes since Shapiro [1] first developed EMDR. However, bilateral light stimulation (LS) can also be…

Background and aims Job loss is a crucial issue in society nowadays. EMDR may help process the traumatic impact of job loss, develop resilience and prevent the development of PTSD in addition to anxiety depressive symptoms [3] [8]. As a critical…

Bangladesh is a disaster prone area. The risk is increasingly high due to its geographic location, demographic nature, cultural context, religious mandate, historical heritage, political upheaval, social mobility and moral vice. Presence of visible…

Objective: To evaluate the effect of EMDR Therapy treatment in fifty-two Thai people with psychological trauma. Methods: Implementation of standard EMDR therapy protocol for fifty-two Thai people with psychological trauma who received treatment at…

The purpose of the current study is to investigate: (1) that memory bias that can be seen in depression, anxiety, and trauma in the procedure of presenting target words during eye movement, (2) that memory bias could be ameliorated by eye movement.…

EMDR psychotherapy has become the most effective way of treating traumatized clients according to WHO. The main objective of this article as a pilot project in a rural area, is to show that EMDR therapy can have an extensive influence on reprocessing…

When used within a group set-up, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), is a key intervention to enhance psychological healing and resilience. Used with children, adolescents and adults, in its original and adapted formats, EMDR has…

The multidisciplinary team experience daily exposure to cases of child abused, which is likelihood to develop vicarious trauma and do not seek for therapy.Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of eye movement…

In the present study a comparison was made between two groups of clients where two different strengthening techniques were used: the Absorption Technique and Positive Self Image. At the time of the study none were EMDR clients. The beauty of the…

Abstract: Eye movement desensitization is a therapeutic approach by Dr Fracine Shapiro, developed to resolve the symptoms resulting from unresolved trauma, distressing events, exposure to natural disaster, or childhood trauma .This is found to be a…

Objective: Study the use and unique features of EMDR therapy in clinical outcomes of complex trauma caused by target killing in a persecuted community. Study design: Descriptive study. Place of study: BIPBS, Quetta, Baluchistan Pakistan. Methodology:…

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) developed by American psychologist Francine Shapiro in 1989 based on Adaptive information processing model and there are 8 phases in a full standard protocol to treat people with psychological…

Objective: Study the peculiarities of EMDR Therapy in PTSD consequent to Bomb blasts in a terrorist attack. Study Design: Descriptive study Place of Study: Baluchistan Institute of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences (BIPBS), Quetta, Baluchistan.…

Background and aims: Bangladesh faces numerous developmental challenges. Starting from pressing poverty, discrimination, disparity, domestic and political violence to liberation war, recurring natural and man-made disasters left none to get away from…

Clients’ internal resources and their capability to use them for growth is the emphasis of EMDR therapy (Oren & Solomon, 2012). The client’s contribution is the most crucial ingredient in creating therapeutic change (Bohart, 2000; Bohart &…

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Background and aims: Bangladesh faces numerous developmental challenges. Starting from pressing poverty, discrimination, disparity, domestic and political violence to liberation war, recurring natural and man-made disasters left none to get away from…

The randomized controlled trials that investigated the efficacy of EMDR therapy for Anxiety disorders are six over a span of 20 years (1997-2017). Three RCTs focused on Panic disorder, with or without Agoraphobia (Feske and Goldstein, 1997; Goldstein…

In EMDR therapy bilateral stimulation (BLS) while recalling a memory can be presented in three ways: by tactile, tone and eye movement (EM). The neural mechanisms and the role of BLS in EMDR remain unknown. EMDR treatment employees two strategies:…

EMDR psychotherapy is not really applied to the recidivism assessment in criminology. Goals between therapy and rehabilitation are separated, but these two fields may intersect in the conceptualization.The specificites of radicalization involve that…

Posited advantages of intensive trauma-focused therapy include treatment efficiency, rapidity of results, reduced risk of treatment-related destabilization, reduced risk of treatment disruption, and reduced total treatment cost (Greenwald, Camden et…

From an exhaustive literature search, 40 studies were identified which featured a comparison of EMDR to another treatment, A team of three blind rates selected those 19 studies that featured random assignment as well as active comparison treatment.…

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocess (EMDR) therapy was developed by Francine Shapiro, PhD, USA, 1987; it has successfully helped over a million individuals to treat psychological reactions to trauma; a number of other complaints including…

The goal of the project is to integrate Virtual Reality (VR) with the bilateral stimulation used in EMDR as a tool to relieve stress. We created a 15 minutes relaxation training program for adults in a virtual, relaxing environment in form of a walk…

It is proposed that early intervention is important in order to prevent the development of more serious mental health problems (e.g. PTSD, depression) as well as to increase women’s resilience and even prevent conflict in community (Slobodin and de…

Our results suggest that there are at least some reasons to be uncertain about the EMDR therapeutic outcome in the case of spider phobia.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is characterized by dysfunction and structural alteration of several discrete brain regions. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a psychotherapy that has been found to effectively resolve the…

Background: EMDR is a brain-based standardized psychotherapy protocol that utilizes bilateral stimulation (BLS) to relieve affective distress, reduce physiological arousal, and reformulate negative self-schema. BLS can be visual (eye movements),…

The psychotherapy treatment named “eye movement desensitization and reprocessing” (EMDR)[1] suggests that bilateral eye movements, auditory and tapping stimuli may enhance eliciting episodic memories. In this preliminary study, wedesigneda face…

In this study a resource protocol was used to help in one session a population of students to face future anxiety-inducing exams. The aim of the study was to compare the efficiency of a resource protocol used with eye movements and the same protocol…
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