EMDR in the treatment of specific phobia
Aims: To test the hypothesis that one session EMDR is more effective for the treatment of specific (animal) phobia than relaxation immediately after treatment and at follow-up. Secondly to test whether an additional one-session exposure therapy offered to both treatment groups (EMDR patients and relaxation patients) improves outcome in the EMDR-group and results in equal outcome for both treatment groups.
Original Work Citation
Kaiser, L. (2005). EMDR in the treatment of specific phobia. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, St. Olavs Hospital, Trondheim, Norway
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