Pre-, intra-, and post-treatment EEG imaging of EMDR – Neurobiological bases of treatment efficacy
Conclusions: The implemented methodology made possible for the first time to image and represent on the cortical surface the specific brain activations associated with the therapeutic actions contemplated by EMDR protocol. These findings suggest the cognitivization of traumatic events following successful EMDR therapy with the maximal neuronal firing shifting from prefrontal-limbic to parieto-occipital associative cortex. Our results also support the evidence of distinct neurobiological patterns of brain activations during bilateral ocular stimulation.
Original Work Citation
Pagani, M. (2012, March). Pre-, intra-, and post-treatment EEG imaging of EMDR ? Neurobiological bases of treatment efficacy. Poster presentation at the Scientific Programme of the 20th European Congress of Psychiatry, Prague, Czech Republic
“Pre-, intra-, and post-treatment EEG imaging of EMDR – Neurobiological bases of treatment efficacy,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed January 20, 2019, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/21275.