Power therapies: Evidence vs. miraculous claims
Poole, de Jongh and Spector ask for empirical research rather than emotive arguments when evaluating EMDR. When one applies this standard, Poole et al.s remaining points are devoid of substance. EMDR, like other Power Therapies, is a miracle cure that has failed.
Original Work Citation
Rosen, G., Lohr, J., McNally, R. J., & Herbert, J. D. (1999, January). Power therapies: Evidence vs. miraculous claims. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 27(1), 9-12
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