Case formulation:  Strategies and criteria for selection of negative and positive cognitions in EMDR, adapted and updated

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Originally a paper entitled "Case formulation: selecting positive and negative cognitions" at the Annual meeting of the EMDR Conference, Sunnyvale, CA March 1994, presented at the The process of selecting appropriate negative and positive cognitions can be a smoothly flowing preamble to an EMDR treatment session or it can be a complex search for an elusive quarry. In this paper, I will review the principles and rationale underlying the selection of cognitions in EMDR and will consider procedures to guide us safely past common problems. Most importantly, I will introduce the idea that the process of selecting cognitions can be greatly simplified and enriched when it is integrated into a case formulation approach.

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English

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Andrew M. Leeds

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“Case formulation:  Strategies and criteria for selection of negative and positive cognitions in EMDR, adapted and updated,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 22, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/16745.

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