Group EMDR with child survivors of the earthquake in Turkey

Description

This study was structured under emergency conditions to support and help children psychologically, just after the acute period of the earthquake that took place on 17 August 1999 in Turkey. EMDR, healing stories and artwork were administered to 16 children (10-11 years old) on a group basis in the tent city. Their symptoms were restlessness, not being able to stay alone, fear of the dark, fear of loud noises and anxiety. The children enjoyed the opportunity to express and reprocess their traumatic experiences with the help of EMDR and artwork, which became apparent when their SUDs level went down from 9/10 to 10.

Format

Book Section

Language

English

Author(s)

Umran Korkmazlar-Oral
Seniz Pamuk

Original Work Citation

Korkmazlar-Oral, U., & Pamuk, S. (2002). Group EMDR with child survivors of the earthquake in Turkey. In J. Morris-Smith (Ed.), OP19: EMDR: clinical applications with children (pp. 47-50). London: The Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry

Collection

Citation

“Group EMDR with child survivors of the earthquake in Turkey,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed May 14, 2021, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/16019.

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