The EMDR protocol for recent critical incidents (EMDR-PRECI)

Summary sheet:  The EMDR protocol for recent critical incidents (EMDR-PRECI) (Luber)

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Description

EMDR-PRECI was developed in the field originally to treat clients after critical incidents (e.g., earthquake, flooding, landslides) where related stressful events continue for an extended period of time (often more than six months). Although it is a modification of Francine Shapiro’s Recent Traumatic Events Protocol (see Chapter 14), it is also different in several important ways in order to accommodate the extended time frame with its continuum of stressful events, often along the themes of safety, responsibility, and choice. For Jarero & Uribe (2011; 2012) acute trauma situations are not only related to a time frame (e.g., days or months) but also to a post-trauma safety period.

Format

Book Section

Language

English

Author(s)

Ignacio Jarero
Lucina Artigas

Original Work Citation

Jarero, I., & Artigas, L. (2014). The EMDR protocol for recent critical incidents (EMDR-PRECI). In M. Luber (Ed.), Implementing Early Mental Health Interventions for Man-made and Natural Disasters: Models, Scripted Protocols and Summary Sheets (pp. 217-232). New York: Springer Publishing Co

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Citation

“The EMDR protocol for recent critical incidents (EMDR-PRECI)Summary sheet:  The EMDR protocol for recent critical incidents (EMDR-PRECI) (Luber),” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 29, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/22396.

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