EMDR: An evolving therapy

Description

In simple words, information processing takes place in EMDR therapy. The three-pronged ap-proach of EMDR addresses the past, the present and the future . In EMDR, a therapist assists the client to transform negative experiences or dis-turbing thoughts to adaptive learning expe-riences. In fact, the Adaptive Information Processing Model is based on the observa-tions from EMDR treatment effects. When we go through the eight phases of EMDR treatment, it reflects the many major psychological orientations followed by EMDR, like psychodynamic ther-apy, behaviour therapy, cognitive therapy, experiential therapy, hypnotic therapy and client centered therapy. Hence, EMDR is a fine example of an eclectic model. [Excerpt]

Format

Newsletter

Language

English

Author(s)

Devi Nandakumar

Original Work Citation

Nandakumar, D. (2012, May). EMDR: An evolving therapy. UAE Psychologist Newsletter, 1(2), 18, 38

Collection

Citation

“EMDR: An evolving therapy,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 29, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/22134.

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