The EMDR integrative group treatment protocol (IGTP) for children

Summary sheet for each participant:  The EMDR integrative group treatment protocol (IGTP) (Luber)

Summary sheet for clinicians:  The EMDR integrative group treatment protocol (IGTP) (Luber)

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Description

The effectiveness of EMDR with trauma survivors has been widely reported (e.g., Gelinas, 2003; Ironson, Freund, Strauss, & Williams, 2002; Korn & Leeds, 2002; Lee, Gavriel, Drummond, Richards, & Greenwald, 2002; Manfield & Shapiro, 2003; Mc-Cullough, 2002; Perkins & Rouanzoin, 2002). Studies support the use of EMDR in the treatment of symptoms caused by trauma in children and adolescents (Cocco & Sharpe, 1993; Greenwald, 1994, 1998, 1999, 2000; Johnson, 1998; Lovett, 1999; Pellicer, 1993; Puffer, Greenwald, & Elrod, 1998; Russell & O'Connor, 2002; Scheck, Schaeffer, & Gillette, 1998; Shapiro, 1991; Soberman, Greenwald, & Rule, 2002; Stewart & Bramson, 2000; Taylor, 2002; Tinker & Wilson, 1999).

Format

Book Section

Language

English

Author(s)

Lucina Artigas
Ignacio Jarero
Nicté Alcalá
Teresa López Cano

Original Work Citation

Artigas, L., Jarero, I., Alcalá, N., & Cano, T. L. (2014). The EMDR integrative group treatment protocol (IGTP). In M. Luber (Ed.), Implementing EMDR Early Mental Health Interventions for Man-Made and Natural Disasters: Models, Scripted Protocols, and Summary Sheets (pp. 237-251). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co

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“The EMDR integrative group treatment protocol (IGTP) for childrenSummary sheet for each participant:  The EMDR integrative group treatment protocol (IGTP) (Luber)Summary sheet for clinicians:  The EMDR integrative group treatment protocol (IGTP) (Luber),” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed December 4, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/22510.

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