On science, orthodoxy, EMDR, and the AIP, H. Lipke, Invited response
In the letter to the editor titled “On Science, Orthodoxy, EMDR, and the AIP,” the writer criticizes the EMDRIA’s defi nition of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). This defi nition affects EMDR training requirements, EMDRIA continuing education credits, the programs selected for the annual conference, and the work of the Journal for EMDR Practice and Research. The defi nition was put into place in 2003 in order to set the professional standard for the community. It has been revised once and, like all policies, is subject to further revision based on new information.
Original Work Citation
Hoffman, S. (2009). On science, orthodoxy, EMDR, and the AIP, H. Lipke, Invited response. Journal of EMDR Practice and Research, 3(2), 111. doi:10.1891/1933-318.104.22.168
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