Meditation integrated EMDR as an effective technique for post trauma stress: An empirical study

Description

It is essential to adapt EMDR to the culture specific complex demands of family trauma among Asian Indians. This presentation highlights empirical data on the effectiveness of an innovative technique i.e. Meditation Integrated EMDR (MIE) (Vipassana Mindfulness meditation + pranayama + EMDR) with those undergoing post trauma disorders after a family trauma. It introduces the participants to the theoretical basis and techniques of both MIE and EMDR, its adaptations and trains participants to apply to clients. The impact of therapy on SE, LOC, coping styles and overall QOL and their role as predictors of recovery is emphasized. Thus, participants gain a powerful strategy for the holistic treatment of familial trauma like divorce, infidelity, grief, domestic violence.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Lakshmipriya Kannan

Original Work Citation

Kannan, L. (2008, September). Meditation integrated EMDR as an effective technique for post trauma stress: An empirical study. Presentation at the 13th EMDR International Association Conference, Phoenix, AZ

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“Meditation integrated EMDR as an effective technique for post trauma stress: An empirical study,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed February 25, 2021, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/18195.

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