Treating disordered sleep with EMDR
Evidence from sleep laboratories shows that disordered sleep is a prominent feature of PTSD. The Pittsburg Sleep Quality Index will be illustrated. Evidence will be presented for the hypothesis that a third state of brain activity, neither waking nor sleeping is accessed during the eye movement portion of EMDR. How best to facilitate a positive outcome by changing the story line of nightmares and intrusions will be illustrated, and finally a review of other current therapy for sleep disorders will be given.
Original Work Citation
Ferrie, R. (2009, May). Treating disordered sleep with EMDR. Presentation at the EMDR Canada Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC
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