What do you believe? An investigation of therapists' beliefs about how EMDR works

Description

The aim of this study is to explore how EMDR trained Therapists explain to themselves and their clients, how EMDR words in clinical practice, in their view. A second aim of the study is to examine how EMDR trained Therapsts’ explanations relate to their clinical training. DO CBT trained Therapists differ in the explanation they give about the therapeutic mechanisms of EMD from, say, Anaytically oriented Therapists? A third aim of the study is to examine how Therspists from different backgrounds incorporate EMDR into their clinical practice. Do Therapists from some backgrounds such as CBT find it easier to incorporate EMDR into their everyday clinical work than Therapists from different theorectical orientations or visa versa?

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Timothy P. Dunne

Original Work Citation

Dunne, T. P. (2008, September). What do you believe? An investigation of therapists' beliefs about how EMDR works. Poster presentation at the York Regional Meeting of the EMDR Association UK & Ireland, York, UK

Collection

Citation

“What do you believe? An investigation of therapists' beliefs about how EMDR works,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 19, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/20995.

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