A new way to treat stress: Trauma responds to moving-finger-therapy
Jeffries' psychologist used eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing. EMDR therapy is based on the principle that traumatic memories are stored differently in the brain --- recorded as bits and pieces. EMDR tries to create "cohesive images" by adding clinician-guided eye movements and tactile stimulation to the traditional intellectual approach.
Original Work Citation
Dees, L. (2006, November 10). A new way to treat stress: Trauma responds to moving-finger-therapy. Biloxi, MS: Sun Herald, Your Life, B1
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