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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…

The sexual consequences of dysfunctional memory networks may be difficult to treat using the standard EMDR Protocol. Where indicated, the Blind 2 Therapist Protocol offers the client the option for full resolution with minimal disclosure- hugely…

Background:Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is prevalent in children, adolescents and adults. Without adequate intervention PTSD is likely to harm wellbeing of patients. A broad range of treatment modalities have been developed for treatment of…

Introductions:Au cours de notre pratique nous avons constaté que l’activité onirique pouvait être améliorée lors des prises en charge en EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing), notamment chez les sujets atteints d’une pathologie…

Cilj rada je prikazati protokol EMDR-a kao mogućeg prvog izbora načina liječenja postpartalnog PTSP-a. Postpartalni PTSP najčešće je uvjetovan traumatskim događajima u vrijeme trudnoće, poroda ili neposredno nakon poroda. Najčešće se radi o ozbiljnim…

An innovative approach that integrates the use of near-infrared (NIR) incoherent light for reducing pain and intractable physiological/body sensations during EMDR processing is described. A series of case studies where LED source of non-coherent…

The term stalking represents a form of aggression carried out by a persecutor who breaks in a repetitive, unwanted and destructive way into the private life of another individual, causing the latter serious physical or psychological consequences…

Objectives The present study aims: To validate the group protocol for this one-week program which deals with the resolution of traumatic memories for pre-adolescents and adolescents.To present the pilot study protocol which is going on for low age…

Making repetitive saccadic eye movements has been found to increase subsequent episodic memory retrieval and also to increase subsequent top-down attentional control. We tested this idea by examining the effect of saccade execution on retrieval…

There has a controversy concerning the need for stabilization with clients with complex trauma and dissociative disorders. This controversy just points out to the need to adapt the process to each client according to level of therapist experience;…

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), through all the research that has taken place until now, has been demonstrated to be an effective bilateral stimulus (hereinafter referred to as BLS) in the desensitization and reprocessing of…

Positive psychology (Seligman et Csikszentmihalyi,2000) is "the study of the conditions and processes that contribute to the optimal development or functioning of individuals, groups and institutions" (Gable and Haidt, 2005). From its birth, some…

EMDR and 3D Therapy were applied to 5 children with different problems: somatization, phobias of insects and places, attachment dysfunctions and loss. EMDR promotes in the immediate the process of neuronal connection in the brain according to the AIP…

Premise. The aim of this pilot study is to assess the effect of the restoration of the occlusal and postural disorders and the effect of the EMDR therapy on the Corpus Callosum functioning. Corpus Callosum is the interhemispheric conjunction ring…

Introduction Treatments for Head and Neck cancer (H&N-C) are often complex and burdensome, involving a 6- to 7- week radiotherapy (RT) regimen that may be augmented by concurrent chemotherapy1. Receiving RT can cause discomfort and anxiety to…

To present the effectiveness of a specific application of EMDR Therapy utilising a remotely controlled software program (REMDR) that allows the therapist to utilise telehealth to deliver EMDR Therapy to a client in a remote location. EMDR Therapists…

For a number of years, sport coaching has largely been developed to help athletes improve their performance. The coaches aim to optimize the technical elements, to manage the approach of an event or to improve the collective relationship. Several…

Background:Up to 20% (1) of patients presenting at an Emergency Room (ER) after a stressful event will suffer durably of various very diverse long-lasting symptoms (headaches, memory problems, concentration problems, personality changes,…

The possibility of assigning control of psychotherapeutic processes to children, allows, when supervised, to create conditions for the resolution of traumatic events in a more natural and structured way. In this context was developed a new protocol…

La découverte en 1987 de l’EMDR par Francine Shapiro a révolutionné l’approche des traumatismes psychiques, et par voie d’extension celle de toute la pathologie mentale. Les études concernant différentes applications sont aujourd'hui nombreuses. On…

Psychoeducation is the set of interventions intended to help the patient to be an actor of his psychic health, by being informed of his disorders and possible therapeutic actions, by developing self-care skills, and by knowing how to use resources in…
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