Trauma therapy’s new focus
Watching a therapist's hands move back and forth in front of your face while recalling painful memories may seem an unlikely way to alleviate trauma. Blut hundreds of thousands of people have reportedly tried the technique, and some psychologists--and theiir patients--say it works. The therapy, called eye-movement desensitization reprocessing, involves
Original Work Citation
Marsa, L. (2002, March 25). Trauma therapy?s new focus. Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles Times
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