When the war is over: Sian Morgan reports on an international project to bring EMDR to war-torn peoples

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The trauma is also having a knock-on effect on younger generations. Many younger people, although only indirectly affected by the impact of the war through their parents’ experiences, are also presenting with psychological problems such as anxiety and depression. Although EMDR is known primarily as a treatment for trauma, as Robin Logie’s article in Therapy Today explained, it can also be used for a wider range of other psychological presentations. Our Bosnian colleagues are already using EMDR successfully to treat these conditions as well. [Excerpt]

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Magazine

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English

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Sian Morgan

Original Work Citation

Morgan, S. (2013). When the war is over: Sian Morgan reports on an international project to bring EMDR to war-torn peoples. Therapy Today, 24(1), 24-26

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“When the war is over: Sian Morgan reports on an international project to bring EMDR to war-torn peoples,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 26, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/22128.

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