Clinician experiences with EMDR: Factors influencing attrition and retention

Description

Over 70,000 clinicians worldwide have participated in extensive EMDR training in the past 20 years, but, as with other therapies, not all trained clinicians continue to practice newly acquired techniques.

Whether or not a clinician uses a given treatment modality seems to be a complicated issue, the literature can be organized along the lines of five themes:
(a) therapists' pre-training factors,
(b) the training itself,
(c) clients' experiecnes before and during EMDR,
(d) post-training skill development, and
(e) socio-enviromental contributors to therapist attrition and retention

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Jackie Grimmett
John Hartung
Michael D. Galvin
Steven Gray

Original Work Citation

Grimmett, J., Hartung, J., Galvin, M. D., & Gray, S. (2012, October). Clinician experiences with EMDR: Factors influencing attrition and retention. Poster presented at the 17th EMDR International Association Conference, Arlington, VA

Collection

Citation

“Clinician experiences with EMDR: Factors influencing attrition and retention,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed August 6, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/21726.

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