Unconsolidated sensory triggers and desensitization: running the tape; Running the tape with triggers that occur after processing; Script for running the tape to identify and process unconsolidated sensory triggers

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Based on clinical observation over many years, this author has found that processing an event using the Standard EMDR Protocol may leave effect-laden sensory material associated with the event unprocessed. The initial observation came from the treatment of a Vietnam veteran who reported being triggered by a noise following the completed processing of a combat trauma. Initial work developed into two different uses of running a tape to look for arousal. {Excerpt]

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Book Section

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English

Author(s)

Gene Schwartz

Original Work Citation

Schwartz, G. (2009). Unconsolidated sensory triggers and desensitization: running the tape; Running the tape with triggers that occur after processing; Script for running the tape to identify and process unconsolidated sensory triggers. In M. Luber (Ed.), Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) scripted protocols: Basics and special situations (pp. 431-435). New York, NY: Springer Co

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“Unconsolidated sensory triggers and desensitization: running the tape; Running the tape with triggers that occur after processing; Script for running the tape to identify and process unconsolidated sensory triggers,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 28, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/19977.

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