EMDR: Research prompts acceptance

Description

For skeptics, Wheeler points to the research. She indicates that more than 27 randomized clinical trials have shown EMDR to be effective for PTSD and adds that the American Psychiatric Association, the Veterans Administration Department of Defense (VA-DOD) and many other national and international practice guidelines have approved EMDR as a Level A treatment for this disorder. “A Kaiser Permanente study found that after six sessions, 100 percent with a single trauma and 77 percent with multiple trauma events no longer had PTSD,” she says. “This is a well researched treatment and compares favorably to other treatments for PTSD. It’s good to be skeptical, but people should read the research.”

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Newsletter

Language

English

Author(s)

Phyllis Hanlon

Original Work Citation

Hanlon, P. (2012, November 1). EMDR: Research prompts acceptance. New England Psychologist. Retrieved from http://www.nepsy.com/articles/leading-stories/emdr-research-prompts-acceptance/ on 1/2/2012

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Citation

“EMDR: Research prompts acceptance,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed July 3, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/21733.

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