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In the U.S., LGBT persons attempt and complete suicide at substantially higher rates than non-LGBT persons. For LGBT youth, 90% reported being bullied in school during the past year. The developmental experiences of LGBTQ youth and adults includes…

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Compassion-focused therapy was developed to enhance physiological systems related to well-being, safeness, and connectedness in people where shame and self-criticism inhibited progress in therapy (Gilbert, 2000; Gilbert & Irons, 2005). This…

Le protocole “opaque pour le thérapeute” (blind-to-therapist) (Blore & Holmshaw, 2009a, 2009b) a été conçu pour contourner les réticences du patient à décrire le contenu de ses souvenirs traumatiques au cours de la désensibilisation…

Compassion-focused eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR) can play a role in healing the wounds of repressed trauma memories, shame and grief. No one therapy is a panacea for all, and the developments of approaches such as…

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This case study examines the contribution of compassionate mind training (CMT) when used as a resource in the eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) treatment of a 58-year-old man, who presented after a recent trauma with psychological…

The blind to therapist (B2T) protocol (Blore & Holmshaw, 2009a, 2009b) was devised to circumvent client unwillingness to describe traumatic memory content during eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). It has been used with at least…

Within the AIP model, psychological defense can be defined as the part of the trauma-based dysfunctionally stored memory network that blocks access to other parts of the network. For many clients, an essential first step in therapy is to identify and…

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Shame is often a key component of post-traumatic stress and one that can inhibit processing because the person concerned feels no compassion for the self that was shamed. Shame may lead to despising or hating that self so that allowing the self to…

Olfactory reference syndrome (ORS) is an illness currently considered a delusional disorder under the DSM-IV criteria. Patients believe that they emit a foul odor, causing them great emotional distress and negative social consequences. Its etiology…

13 subjects were administered the Internalized Shame Scale (ISS) before and after EMDR therapy to determine whether Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) significantly reduced internalized shame and increased self-esteem as measured by…

This workshop will present a comprehensive approach to EMDR case formulation and treatment planning for complex posttraumatic stress disorder in adults based on an integration of affect-script theory (Nathanson, Tomkins), dissociation theory (Janet,…

One of the most difficult issues in an EMDR session is when a patient is not able to "let go" and experience the process. There are a variety of reasons for this happening, one of which involves the shame patients sometimes feel in both…

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Background After exposure to traumatic stressors, a subgroup of survivors (20-30%) will develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Aims: Since the incidence and prevalence rates for PTSD in the community are significant, it is important that…
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