Psychotherapeutic interventions for emotion regulation:  EMDR and bilateral stimulation for affect management

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The present work represents a new phase in a profound revolution in psychotherapy, in which affects take their rightful place of equality with cognitions, drives, and behavior among the modalities that must be interpreted by theory and embraced by therapy in understanding both normal and pathological personality development (Cicchetti, Ackerman, & Izard, 1995). The book synthesizes experimental and theoretical advances regarding the primacy of affect in both human psychological health and dysfunction. These advances are translated into practical clinical applications the clinician can immediately utilize. The clinical interventions presented here are solidly grounded in recent experimental advances in understanding the developmental neurobiology of affect (Schore, 1994). These skills and concepts lay the foundation for a new approach to treating psychopathology that begins with the affects.

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Book

Language

English

Author(s)

John Omaha

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“Psychotherapeutic interventions for emotion regulation:  EMDR and bilateral stimulation for affect management,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed November 18, 2019, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/17282.

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