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53% of the 62 participants of the two Istanbul EMDR training organised by HAP were Syrian. We felt it is a unique opportunity to assess the needs of Syrian refugees they are working with. We asked all the participants who are all mental health…

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This paper looks at a practical and creative application of the EMDR Child group protocol, as described by Korkmazla and Kurt at the 2016 EMDR Europe Conference. The development of the pilot programme in line with the needs of Syrian Refugees in the…

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Background: Previous research indicates a high prevalence of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression among refugees. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is an effective treatment for PTSD for victims of natural…

The sudden influx of traumatized refugees and migrants into Europe presents acute challenges to the whole field of public and private trauma therapy. But the challenge is greater than Europe alone. There is a huge and increasing global burden of…

However, almost all of them had serious war traumas in Syria. The aims of the project were training and supervision of local therapists and as a result of this provide early intervention to the refugees who live in the camos. The early intervention…

The Group Traumatic Episode Protocol (G-TEP) is developed recently by Elan Shapiro. He defines G-TEP as “An attempt to answer the challenge of how to construct a group protocol that contains more of the depth and power of the EMDR protocol and the…
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