On science, orthodoxy, EMDR, and the AIP, H. Lipke, invited response
Thank you for the invitation to respond to Dr. Lipke’s letter. I will confine myself to statements regarding the adaptive information processing (AIP) model and my text. However, I would like to begin by stating that I applaud the free exchange of ideas regarding the model. I formulated the principles in 1990 because the effects I was observing with “EMD” could not be explained by my original behavioral orientation. These AIP principles were pivotal in the development of the current procedures and protocols of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), moving it from a technique to a psychotherapy approach, offering a comprehensive view of the clinical picture and successful treatment applications. [Excerpt]
Original Work Citation
Shapiro, F. (2009). On science, orthodoxy, EMDR, and the AIP, H. Lipke, invited response. Journal of EMDR Practice and Research, 3(2), 110-111. doi:10.1891/1933-322.214.171.124
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