The recent traumatic episode protocol (R-TEP): An integrative protocol for early EMDR intervention (EEI)

Summary Sheet:  The recent traumatic episode protocol (R-TEP): An integrative protocol for early EMDR intervention (EEI) (Luber)

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Description

The question of how early to intervene with EMDR in the face of natural and man-made disasters has been an important part of the dialogue of those working in this field. As a result of the human beings suffering in the wake of these catastrophes, a number of ideas have ensued and new ways to work with the pain and anguish explored. Whereas the majority of people who experience a significant trauma will recover spontaneously, there is often prolonged suffering and about one-third may be left with enduring distressing clinical or subclinical symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other psychiatric disorders (NICE, 2005). [Excerpt]

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English

Author(s)

Elan Shapiro
Brurit Laub

Original Work Citation

Shapiro, E., & Laub, B. (2015). The recent traumatic episode protocol (R-TEP): An integrative protocol for early EMDR intervention (EEI). In M. Luber (Ed.), Implementing EMDR Early Mental Health Interventions for Man-Made and Natural Disasters: Models, Scripted Protocols, and Summary Sheets (pp. 193-215). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co

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“The recent traumatic episode protocol (R-TEP): An integrative protocol for early EMDR intervention (EEI)Summary Sheet:  The recent traumatic episode protocol (R-TEP): An integrative protocol for early EMDR intervention (EEI) (Luber),” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed July 10, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/22505.

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