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But there is help. An unconventional therapy developed in 1989 called EMDR is proving to be effective. EMDR is short for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. It’s taking thoughts and reprocessing them. It works by having the patient recount…

Şizofreni hastalarının öykülerinde travmatik yaşam olayları sık görülmektedir. Bu durum hem hastalığın ortaya çıkışına hem de var olan hastalığın gidişinin kötüleşmesine yol açabilir. Göz Hareketleri ile Duyarsızlaştırma ve Yeniden İşleme (EMDR)…

Depresyon yineleyici ve süregen bir süreci olan mortalite ve morbidite açısından ciddi sonuçlara yol açabilen yaygın bir bozukluktur. Depresyon hastalarının yaklaşık yarısının ilk tedaviye yanıtı yetersiz olmakla birlikte hastaların %20’si herhangi…

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) – Psychotherapie kann eine bedeutende Rolle in der phasenorientierten Behandlung von komplexen traumabezogenen Störungen spielen. In einem vorangegangenen Artikel wurde die Behandlungsphase 1 im…

Depression is a frequent disorder that may have a recurring and chronic course with a potentially serious impact on morbidity and mortality. While around half of the patients show an inadequate response to initial antidepressant therapy, as many as…

Centre du trauma et de la perte de Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, Etats-Unis La psychothérapie EMDR (désensibilisation et retraitement par les mouvements oculaires) peut jouer un rôle majeur dans le traitement orienté par phases de troubles complexes…

Why patient-reported outcomes in PTSD treatment matter. Patient reports on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) tell us more than clinician-based reports alone, and may predict how patients will cope after treatment. PTSD and modern psychological…

Objective: This study investigated the effects of standard eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) protocol in chronically dependent patients. We propose that reprocessing traumatic memories with EMDR would lead to measurable changes of…

The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of EMDR use to juvenile delinquents, such as improvements in the area of maladaptive physical and mental symptoms, emotional control, self-recognition and attitudes toward others. It also examines…

Traumatic events are frequent in bipolar patients and can worsen the course of the disease. Psychotherapeutic interventions for these events have not been studied so far. Twenty DSM-IV bipolar I and II patients with subsyndromal mood symptoms and a…

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) psychotherapy can play a major role in phaseoriented treatment of complex trauma-related disorders. In terms of the theory of structural dissociation of the personality and its related psychology…

Los trastornos de personalidad se han asociado a problemas de apego y trauma temprano, siendo de todos ellos el trastorno límite el que presenta unos porcentajes más elevados. La aplicación de terapias orientadas al trauma como EMDR…

This report describes a female client with phantom limb pain (PLP), who was successfully treated by eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) using a PLP protocol, as well as her cerebral activities, measured by near-infrared spectroscopy…

Asclepia, produced a documentary in 2007, in French, filmed by Michel Meignant and edited by Mario Viana. During the “The Art of EMDR”, an advanced training workshop, psychologist Roger Solomon, asked Michel Meignant to think of a traumatic memory so…

This fact sheet presents an overview of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). EMDR is a therapeutic approach designed to treat individuals who are dealing with the aftermath of a traumatic life event, including children exposed to…

Background: A wide array of experimental studies are supportive of a working memory explanation for the effects of eye movements in EMDR therapy. The working memory account predicts that, as a consequence of competition in working memory, traumatic…

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) representa unha nova modalidade de tratamento de traumas e lembranzasemocionais desenvolta plola doutora Francine Shapiro, Ph.D., nos fins dos década de 80, nos Estados Unidos. Trátase dun método…

Este trabalho foi realizado numa Clínica Pediátrica, CLIAP, em São Paulo, Brasil, com 450 crianças na idade de 0 a 12 anos. Estas crianças vieram para tratamento psicológico com queixas de fobias e traumas simples e complexos. Foram utilizados 2850…

Este trabalho foi realizado numa Clínica Pediátrica, CLIAP, em São Paulo, Brasil, com 128 pais na idade de 28 a 56 anos, numa amostra de 2.560 atendimentos individuais, sendo 20 atendimentos para cada pai. Estes pais vieram para tratamento…

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR) is a psychotherapy that uses rapid eye movements to alleviate traumatic memories. This experiment examined two working memory hypotheses proposed to explain how performing rapid eye…

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This protocol was developed to help clients with childhood-onset complex PTSD who have difficulty moving from the Negative Cognition (NC) to the Positive Cognition (PC) and instead, experience persistent looping. This is most likely to occur with…

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The Constant Installation of Present Orientation and Safety (CIPOS) method is helpful in assisting children to overcome their fear of their traumatic memories. With the help of a strong, basic feeling of security and stability, the child focuses on…

This article examines the use of EMDR in a rehabilitation center to deal with traumatic experiences associated with serious incapacitating disease. Through clinical examples, the author describes the utility and function of EMDR treatment in helping…

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The "Blind to Therapist Protocol" (B2T) is, essentially, that. It allows a client to go through the Standard EMDR Protocol, without revealing the content of the problem. This protocol is often used in conjunction with any client group in which…

We previously reported on the outcomes of a controlled study of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) effectiveness in the treatment of traumatic memory (Wilson, Tinker, & Becker, 1994; Wilson, Becker, & tinker, in press). In…

Discusses eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR)--a controversial new treatment for psychological trauma. Talk of EMDR has been sweeping through the popular press over the past few months. Headlines have called the treatment…

Eye Movement desensibilización y reprocesamiento [EMDR] fue desarrollado originalmente para el tratamiento de recuerdos traumáticos. Este procedimiento incluye la exposición imaginación, el reprocesamiento cognitivo y estimulación bilateral…

The mental health of children is severely compromised by war and consequent displacement. Nations have a duty under various UN agreements to alleviate the effects of war on children’s mental health. This paper argues that fostering mental health in…

The present study examined assimilative integration, i.e., when techniques from various therapeutic approaches are imported into a single, consistent theoretical framework. Specifically, the aim of this study was to investigate how Eye Movement…

Responds to H. Lipke's critique of J. Lohr, D. Tolin, and S. Lilienfeld's study which reviews 17 studies on the effectiveness of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) and the conceptual analysis of its mechanisms of action. The authors…

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a therapeutic method that was developed in the late 1980s by Shapiro. EMDR is based on specific and repetitive rapid eye movements similar to those experienced naturally in rapid eye movement…
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