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The great contribution of EMDR to our clinical work is to make episodic memories associated with traumatic experiences and dysfunctional family dynamics and attachment figures, more functional and constructive. Through EMDR we can achieve in a more…

Since the introduction of EMD by Dr. Shapiro in 1987, which led to the development of EMDR Therapy, clinical experiences and research contributed to a variety of protocols and procedures. While this dynamic evolution within EMDR Therapy is offering…

People with Autism-Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are distinctive in terms of lifestyle, behavior and capabilities due to their characteristic brain development. Thus, they are often viewed as strange and different, and, as a result, are frequently treated…

The information presented in this article intends to assist clinicians in developing effective treatment goals for clients with bipolar disorder by integrating interpersonal social rhythm therapy (IPSRT) and eye movement desensitization and…

This workshop is developed in response to the needs of EMDR therapists who grapple with questions about when to use EMDR, with whom to use it, and how to use it with diverse clinical presentations and caseloads. The workshop will offer a…

This workshop will benefit CITs, newer Consultants, and Consultants who have not been updated in AIP-based case conceptualization. Participants will be able to: 1) describe and explain EMDRIA’s definition of EMDR therapy and apply it in consultation…
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