What about eye movements?  A research update for EMDR practitioners

Description

In 2004, fifteen years after Dr. Shapiro first published on EMDR, the role of eye movements (and other stimulation) in EMDR continues to be a subject of much debate. An overview of what practitioners need to know to understand the research that addresses this issue will be provided. Following this, the research investigating the role of eye movements will be presented and the theories that currently have the most research will be described.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Nancy J. Smyth
Susan Rogers
Loiuse Maxfield

Original Work Citation

Smyth, N. J., Rogers, S., & Maxfield, L. (2004, September). What about eye movements? A research update for EMDR practitioners. Plenary presented at the 9th EMDR International Association Conference, Montreal, QC

Collection

Citation

“What about eye movements?  A research update for EMDR practitioners,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed July 10, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/17027.

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