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This book is intended for fully-trained EMDR therapists that have already completed the EMDRIA-Approved training titled "The Artistic Flow Approach to EMDR Therapy." It provides options for clients, as they can browse the 50 images of…

Breastfeeding is one of the main manifestations of the bond that a mother builds with her newborn baby. Literature on psychological support for mothers in the early stages of breastfeeding is limited and interventions often do not pinpoint the actual…

When working with clients who present with complex trauma we often encounter people who have ‘blind-spots’ in their emotional development and who subsequently lack the ability to self-soothe. Laurel Parnell has devised a plethora of techniques, based…

In EMDR, as in Pyschotrauma Therapy in general, it is important neither to ask too much of the client, which leads to re-traumatization and a breakthrough of necessary dissociative barriers, nor to ask too little of the client, which in turn could…

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The Absorption Technique for Children is a protocol that was derived from the work of Arne Hofmann (2003) who based his work on an adaptation of "The Wedging Technique" (Kiessling, 2009). The Absorption Technique for Children is a resource technique…

The present review examines how resources have been used in trauma-focused psychotherapy with an emphasis on their use in eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). Current practices of EMDR-trained clinicians are presented in a historical…

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Some clients may be able to talk about their trauma; however, the thought of processing it with the Standard EMDR Protocol may seem too overwhelming. In cases such as these, having the client develop a resource to address the "fear of the fear" may…
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