EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs:  Outcome research, models of training, and service delivery in New York, Latin America, Turkey and Indonesia

Description

Since 1995, there have been many programs to provide EMDR humanitarian assistance throughout the world, and from these programs, several lessons have been learned. In this presentation, we will describe four recent programs, which, viewed together, define an emerging model of how to best initiate and structure programs of EMDR therapist training and direct service. In addition, EMDR outcome research from three of the sites will be presented.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Jim Knipe
John Hartung
Emre Konuk
Gina Colelli
Michael Keller
Susan Rogers

Original Work Citation

Knipe, J., Hartung, J., Konuk, E., Colelli, G., Keller, M., & Rogers, S. (2003, September). EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs: Outcome research, models of training, and service delivery in New York, Latin America, Turkey and Indonesia. Symposium conducted at the 8th EMDR International Association Conference, Denver, CO

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Citation

“EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs:  Outcome research, models of training, and service delivery in New York, Latin America, Turkey and Indonesia,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed August 14, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/15676.

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