EMDR as accelerated information processing therapy: Research and Practice

Description

An exchange of views on the efficacy of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. [Pilots] ...The California Psychologist, October 1998 Point/Counterpoint Feature: Point: Shapiro, F. (1998, October). EMDR as accelerated information processing therapy: Research and Practice. The California Psychologist, 31(10), 25-27. Counterpoint: Rosen, G. M., McNally, R. J., Lohr, J. M., Devilly, G. J., Herbert, J. D., & Lilienfeld, S. O. (1998, October). A realistic appraisal of EMDR. The California Psychologist, 31(10), 25, 27.... [Reprinted in: Oregon Psychological Association's Newsgram, 1998, 17, 10-13; Washington Psychologist, 1998, 52, 9-10; Virginia Psychologist, 1999, 42, 11; Massachusetts Psychological Association's Quarterly, 1999, 42, 10-11; Georgia Psychologist, 1999, 53, 25; Missouri Psychologist, 1999, 11 (2), 7-8; Arkansas Psychologist, 1999, 1, 9-10; New York State Psychological Association Notebook, 1999, 11(3),19]

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Magazine

Language

English

Author(s)

Francine Shapiro

Original Work Citation

Shapiro, F. (1998, October). EMDR as accelerated information processing therapy: Research and Practice. The California Psychologist, 31(10), 25-27

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Citation

“EMDR as accelerated information processing therapy: Research and Practice,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 28, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/19044.

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