Eye movement therapy promises relief for trauma victims
"Since trauma is stored in the limbic, when you think of it, you don't get a narrative, you get a bodily and emotional experience," said Nancy Errebo, doctor of psychology and a certified EMDR instructor in Missoula who trained with Shapiro. EMDR overcomes that inappropriate reaction by linking the negative associations with positive resources, reasoning and knowledge," she added.
Original Work Citation
Kessler, N. (2010, March 12). Eye movement therapy promises relief for trauma victims. Great Falls Tribune, Great Falls, MT
“Eye movement therapy promises relief for trauma victims,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 29, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/19700.