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Standard EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) technique consists of repeatedly pairing recollections of the uauma with sets of eye movements. until patients' subjective levels of distress (SUDS) are dissipated for each and every…

There is considerable controversy about Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and publications, even the esteemed 'The Psychologist’ have shed very little light on EMDR or the political and professional jealousies surrounding it.…

You've experienced a loss - your parent died, your child died, your spouse died. You went through the funeral and the official mourning period. You've had family members and fiiends by your side. The casseroles appeared every morning; the invitations…

EMDR may seem innocuous, but it is not. There are well-established, validated treatments for many of the conditions for which EMDR is being recommended. Patients should not be induced to forgo established treatments for the sake of an unproven…

This workshop will focus on insider tips for healthy and practical EMDR practice issues. An effective strategy for introducing EMDR therapy and how to make it part of your initial patient interview will be described from the nitty-gritty aspect of…

Voor een tijdje nu EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is niet meer uitsluitend gebruikt voor de behandeling van directe effecten van psychologische trauma's, zoals PTSS. De behandelmethode wordt steeds toegepast in een grote…

Il y a 20 ans l’EMDR débutait en tant que technique pour aider les clients à retraiter des expériences traumatiques. Depuis, l’EMDR s’est développé et constitue une approche thérapeutique complexe utilisée pour traiter des enjeux d’estime…

In its twenty-year history, EMDR has evolved into a distinct form of psychotherapy with a wide range of clinical applications. Guided by the Adaptive Information Processing model clinicians are able to directly impact the implicit and associational…

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EMDR has been successful in treating trauma from childhood abuse in victims and survivors young and old. With more than 3 million instances of child abuse reported annually in the United States and probably many more cases going unreported, social…

Martin Zobel hat als Herausgeber ein Team von zwölf erfahrenen Autorinnen und Autoren versammelt, darunter ausgewiesene Spezialisten auf dem Gebiet der Traumatherapie wie Luise Reddemann und Oliver Schubbe. Auch der kürzlich verstorbene Klaus Grawe…

This interview originally appeared in the Fall/Winter, 2000 Edition of Trauma Response.

EMDR es un nuevo método psicoterapéutico para el tratamiento de diferentes problemas que pueden tener su origen tanto en experiencias tempranas como en cualquier tipo de situación traumática que se produzca en el curso de la vida, como abusos,…

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Insightful interviews with a Who’s Who of the world’s foremost therapists.  Therapy’s Best is a lively and entertaining collection of one-on-one interviews with some of the top therapists and counselors in the world. Educator and psychotherapist Dr.…

Theory - EMDR can be seen as working on one level of the human system - the neurobiological level. However the human brain is formed and is constantly changed by it’s interactions with others. The neurobiology of relationships is an expanding field…

Depuis sa découverte fortuite en 1987, la thérapie EMDR connait un intérêt scientifique et public grandissant, devenant le traitement le plus étudié pour la prise en charge du TSPT. Elle est aujourd'hui recommandée pour la prise en charge de…

The watch wait and wonder (www) approach to parental and infant mental health was developed in Toronto over the last 20 years. In the last few years a number of therapists have set up www clinics in the UK. We have been running a joint EMDR and www…

Since official recognition of post-traumatic stress a number of ways. These include intrusive recollections, indicated by nightmares or “flashbacks” to the event, avoidance of stimuli associated with the trauma, and increased arousal (DSM-III-R,…

Background: A substantial body of research shows that adverse life experiences contribute to both psychological and biomedical pathology. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an empirically validated treatment for trauma,…

Over the past two decades, professional psychology has witnessed a growing movement towards the utilization of psychotherapies that have empirical support. Despite this development, therapies that have not been empirically supported continue to…

The following paper deals with the problem of constructing the psychotherapeutic meaning of the basic procedure of EMDR, one of the well-known and effective therapeutic techniques for PTSD. The author generates a conceptual matrix interpreting EMDR…

Let me close with a clinical example. I thought the emergence of EMDR several years ago was an embarrassment to the field. I viewed it as wild theory and bizarre practice without an empirical basis. The data subsequently came in supporting EMDR as a…

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Who is the author of PCs? Are they constructed during the assessment phase of treatment or do empowering, calming thoughts emerge during processing? Can we think of these compassionate, confident thoughts as the Self that has been described…

What you will learn: Applications for Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing Empirical status and advantages such as EMDR therapy being considered an “A” level treatment for trauma, recommended by organizations such as the World Health…

At least in Britain, it’s official: psychotherapy works better than medication for PTSD. You shouldn’t be too surprised. The last time we covered PTSD (TCPR April 2004) we reviewed the SSRIs and found them to have evidence of only modest efficacy.…

Introduction The first paper on Eye Movement Desensitization (EMD) was published by Shapiro (1989a), a little over 20 years ago. Since that first paper, it would be fair to say that EMDR has been mired in controversy (Russell, 2008). Many…

If you learn about the accomplishments of Francine Shapiro, you will quickly discover that she is a humanitarian who cares deeply about the well being of people. In addition to all of these great successes, she also offers various different…

Kotbe: (Voiceover) In April of 1998, Mike reached a breaking point. He thought about committing suicide and was desperate for help. He was willing to try anything. But could this possibly be the answer to 30 years of misery? It's called "EMDR" and…

This week, readers of the Consults blog posed questions about eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, or E.M.D.R., a psychological therapy pioneered by Francine Shapiro that uses eye movements and other procedures to process traumatic…

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) took me by surprise in the fall of 1994, when a person we'll call Ann told me how she had recovered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) symptoms in one two-hour session. While in a foreign…
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